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Wednesday May 16, 2012
By user554629 on May 16, 2012
Dick Dunbar is an escalation engineer for the Oracle Business Intelligence product (obiee). I live and work in Santa Cruz, California. The tips I'll be sharing on this blog have been collected from multiple customer incidents.
I'll explain the techniques I use to detect, avoid, and repair obiee problems reported to Oracle.
I've been collecting these issues since 2003 when I was an IBM onsite support engineer to Siebel.
The first few entries will come quite slowly as I struggle to find the "proper voice" to explain common technical issues that relate directly to obiee.
I believe the best documentation is read and followed by a machine ( executable scripts); few of us have the time to read, understand and implement everything related to our work.
Update: This is harder to get started than I thought; "No one who reads can clean an attic" -anon
These are my own views, not necessarily the views of Oracle.
is an escalation engineer working in the Customer Engineering & Advocacy Lab (CEAL team)
for Oracle Analytics and Performance Management.
I live and work in Santa Cruz, California.
I'll share the techniques I use to detect, avoid and repair problems.
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- Deploying the OBI Sample Virtual Machine
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- obiee memory usage
- AIX Checklist for stable obiee deployment
- Active File Sparsing
- Browser Alert -- cannot download links using Internet Explorer
- Data Mining Email with Thunderbird