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How to Use the Row Expander Visualization Plugin with Oracle Data Visualization Desktop (DVD)

May 17, 2017

Author: Margaret Motsi, Performance Architects One of the ways to enhance data visualization is by enabling a fully interactive drill up and down experience in the data hierarchy. Oracle’s Data Visualization Desktop (DVD) uses the “Row Expander” custom visualization plugin, available at the Oracle Public Store , to offer the capability to dynamically drill up and down attributes that may not necessarily belong…   Read More


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How to Implement Slowly Changing Dimensions (SCD) Type 2 in Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) 12c

March 2, 2017

Author: Margaret Motsi, Performance Architects Tracking historical changes in data (slowly changing dimensions) is a very common Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) task since many industries require the ability to monitor changes and to be able to report on historical data accurately at a point in time. Implementing slowly changing dimensions (SCD) in ODI 12c is relatively easier than in…   Read More


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How to Use the “XML Search and Replace” Tool in OBIEE

February 1, 2017

Author: Margaret Motsi, Performance Architects Every now and then, changes are made to Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) catalog objects.  For example, the column or table names may change as needed. Usually, this requires a quick fix, except when it is a change that affects multiple reports within the OBIEE Presentation Catalog. I faced this situation when some subject area…   Read More


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