Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher 184.108.40.206.0
Documentation for Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher (Oracle BI Publisher) on Fusion Middleware 12c (220.127.116.11.0).
Explains how to view, schedule, deliver, publish, and share reports created in Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher.
Explains how to create a report and how to design report layouts using a variety of template types to display the data from an Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher data model. Includes how to create visualizations, set run-time properties, define sub-templates, and enable translations.
Explains how to retrieve and structure data from a variety of sources to use as input to Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher.
Explains how to use Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition to organize and present data for making critical and timely business decisions.
Explains how to use Oracle Data Visualization to organize and present data for making critical and timely business decisions.
Contains information about known software issues and their workarounds for this release
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Explains how to administer Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher, including how to configure security, set up data source connections, define delivery servers, manage the scheduler and delivery server load, and configure run-time properties.
Explains how to manage Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition processes and components, including how to start and stop, configure, and extend deployments. Includes how to customize, monitor, troubleshoot, and migrate an Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise system
Explains how to build an Oracle Business Intelligence metadata repository, how to set up and connect to data sources, and how to build the Physical layer, Business Model and Mapping layer, and Presentation layer. Includes how to use the multiuser development environment
Explains how to configure Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition security, including settings for SSO, SSL, external authentication, and Presentation Services privileges
This document provides syntax and usage information for the Logical SQL statements understood by the Oracle BI Server. Oracle BI Server Logical SQL includes standard SQL, plus special functions (SQL extensions) such as AGO, TODATE, EVALUATE, and others. Logical SQL queries resolve to Presentation layer objects.