By Mike.Hallett-Oracle on Oct 15, 2013
Build your own new BI Mobile
App, and try it on your smart-phone, or tablet, or desk-top, and the apps others have
put into the test Apps-library. BIMAD is pretty simple to use to build apps
that analyse data from an up-loadable spread-sheet, or directly from the
existing (e.g. here the sample) centralised OBI presentation data model: and
just to help you along, here is a step-by-step
guide to how you can test drive a specific BIMAD example from the hosted
Oracle’s BI Mobile Application Designer (BIMAD) allows you to quickly create great looking interactive reports and dashboard-apps to view across multiple mobile and PC devices. There are three ways you as Partners and your customers can try these out:
- Connect to the Oracle-hosted OBI-server,
and use it now, both to build and to run these
Get the latest OBI EE sample install including BIMAD within a downloadable VM, and run the entire environment on your own laptop or server. See this @ Oracle BI and EPM Demonstration SampleApp V309 on OTN.
Download the BIMAD install as an add-on to your existing 220.127.116.11.1 OBI installation.