retrieveObjectData command, which produces the data that you want to use in your report. You specify the data you are interested in using command parameters. For example, you could extract data about fault count by service, maximum response time by transaction, condition alert rate by transaction, and so on.
templates that you can use with the Oracle BI Publisher (11 g) application to create well-formatted reports in HTML, PDF, RTF, Excel, PowerPoint, MHTML, and Data formats.
retrieveObjectData commands that you can use for the type of report you want to generate.
retrieveObjectData output files that you can use to experiment with your reporting tool without having to generate data.
Material to help you create reports is found in the following directory:
The directory includes two sub-directories:
templates: this directory includes templates you can use only with the template tools provided by the Oracle BI Publisher (11 g) application. It also includes the
reports.xls file, an Excel spreadsheet that shows, for each template, the appropriate
retrieveObjectData command that will provide the output data to be combined with the template to generate the report.
For example, the
retrieveObjectData command to be used with the
AvgResponseTimeByService template is
btmcli retrieveObjectData -s sphere -l sphereLogin -type service -attributeNames friendlyName averageResponseTime -inTheLast 24h -intervalSize 1h -format xmltable > AvgResponseTimeByService.xml
the retrieveObjectData command to be used with the
FaultCountByService template is
btmcli retrieveObjectData -s sphere -l sphereLogin -type service -attributeNames friendlyName faultCount -inTheLast 24h -intervalSize 1h -format xmltable > FaultCountByService.xml
sampleData: this directory contains sample
retrieveObjectData output files that you can use to see what reports might look like without having to generate data.