OBIEE Warning: Unused Physical Tables

If you’ve ever developed an OBIEE Repository (RPD) in which you’ve configured a multi-table Logical Table Source (LTS), you’ve likely been plagued by the following warning: There are physical tables mapped in Logical Table Source “Logical Table Source Name” that are not used in any column mappings or expressions. If you’re a Type-A OBIEE Developer […]

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3rd-Party Visualizations in OBIEE Part 3

In Part 1 of this post, I wrote about why you might want to add third-party visualization capabilities for OBIEE and gave a brief explanation how to setup one approach: calling java visualization engines. In Part 2 I walked through a detailed example of how to actually do this using a visualization engine called Flot. In this post I […]

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3rd-Party Visualizations in OBIEE Part 2

In Part 1 of this post, I wrote about why you might want to add third-party visualization capabilities for OBIEE and gave a brief explanation how to setup one approach: calling java visualization engines. In this post, I’ll give a simple and a more advanced example of how to do this specifically in one of the engines: […]

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3rd-Party Visualizations in OBIEE Part 1

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything substantial, so I thought I’d blogify the presentation I gave at the BIWA Summit and also plan to give at both the 2014 BI Forum in Atlanta as well as the upcoming Kscope ‘14 in Seattle. Not your daddy’s OBIEE chart, is it? The presentation is entitled “Adding Third-Party Visualizations to OBIEE” and it […]

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