|Oracle® Fusion Middleware User's Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
Part Number E25318-05
|PDF · Mobi · ePub|
This appendix describes the Apple iOS accessibility features you can use to view and interact with your BI content.
This appendix is organized as follows:
When accessibility mode is enabled for a user in Oracle BI EE (the desktop version), BI content is accessible using the following features of the underlying Apple iOS:
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You can enable accessibility mode for a user in the user's saved preferences (navigate to My Account and select the Preferences tab). For more information, see "Accessibility Features" in Oracle Fusion Middleware User's Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition.
When you have VoiceOver set to ON in your iPad's settings, data within a graph is rendered differently in the Oracle BI Mobile application. The graph's data is rendered as a graph-converted pivot table. For more information, see "Accessing Oracle BI Mobile Using the Apple iOS VoiceOver Screen Reader."
When you have VoiceOver set to ON in your iPad's settings, access to the carousel-style display (in the Recent view and the Favorites view) is disabled. When VoiceOver is set to OFF, the carousel-style display returns.
You can use the Apple iOS VoiceOver utility to have BI content read to you and to hear the status of gestures you make as descriptions spoken to you.
To set the iPad for accessibility:
If you are currently logged in to the Oracle BI Mobile application, log out.
On the iPad's home screen, tap the Settings icon.
In the General section, scroll down and tap Accessibility.
In the Vision section, tap VoiceOver.
Tap the ON/OFF toggle to switch it to ON.
The device is now ready for accessibility using VoiceOver and you can now log back in to Oracle BI Mobile.
When using Apple iOS VoiceOver, you must restart any open applications before the VoiceOver features can be enabled successfully for those applications.