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DIETLOraWB Data Integration and ETL with Oracle Warehouse Builder

Oracle Course Description:
In addition, extraction of data from non-Oracle sources using code templates, usage of the Warehouse Builder ETL and data integration features of the Enterprise ETL Option of the Oracle database are discussed. This functionality requires the Oracle Warehouse Builder Enterprise ETL/ODI EE option. This course is a combination of Data Integration and ETL with Oracle Warehouse Builder: Part 1 and Data Integration and ETL with Oracle Warehouse Builder: Part 2 courses.
Oracle Course Duration:
5 Days Training
Oracle Course Target Audience:
Business Intelligence Developer,Data Warehouse Administrator,Data Warehouse Analyst,Data Warehouse Developer,Developer,Support Engineer
Oracle Course Prerequisite:
Experience in basic use of Oracle RDBMS, including SQL DDL and DML, and PL/SQL,Oracle BI Warehouse Builder 11g R2: Getting Started (OBE),Introduction to Business Intelligence Products (eStudy)
Course Content:
Installing and Setting Up the Warehouse Builder Environment
  • What Is Oracle Warehouse Builder?
  • Basic Process Flow of Design and Deployment
  • Oracle Warehouse Builder Licensing and Connectivity Options
  • Installing Oracle Warehouse Builder 11.2
  • OWBSYS Schema
  • Using OWB 11.2 with Database 10g R2
  • Using the Repository Assistant to Manage Workspaces
  • Supported operating systems (OS), sources, targets, and optional components
Getting Started with Warehouse Builder
  • Logging In to OWB Design Center
  • Overview of the Design Center
  • OWB Projects
  • Overview of Objects within a Project
  • Overview of Objects within an Oracle Module
  • Organizing Metadata Using Foldering
  • Locations Navigator and Global Navigator panels
  • Setting Projects Preferences: Recent Logons
Understanding the Warehouse Builder Architecture
  • Warehouse Builder Development Cycle
  • Overview of the Architecture for Design, Deployment, Execution
  • Overview of Configurations, Control Centers, and Locations
  • Creating Target Schemas
  • Registering DB User as an OWB User
  • Roles and Privileges of Warehouse Builder Users
  • Registering an Oracle Workflow User
Defining Source Metadata
  • Data warehouse implementation: Typical steps
  • Difference Between Obtaining Relational and Flat File Source Metadata
  • Creating Flat File Module
  • Sampling Simple Delimited File
  • Sampling Multi-record Flat File
  • Creating an Oracle Module
  • Selecting the Tables for Import
Defining ETL Mappings for Staging Data
  • Purpose of a Staging Area
  • Define OWB Mappings
  • Mapping Editor Interface: Grouping, Ungrouping, and Spotlighting
  • Creating External Tables
  • Create and Bind process
  • Levels of Synchronizing Changes
  • Using the Automapper in the Mapping Editor
  • Set loading type and target load ordering
Using the Data Transformation Operators
  • Component Palette
  • Using a Joiner
  • Lookup Operator: Handling Multiple Match Rows
  • Using the Subquery Filter Operator
  • Using the Set, Sequence, and Splitter Operators
  • Pivot and Unpivot Operators
  • Using the Aggregator, Constant, Transformation, and Pre/Post Mapping Operators
  • Deploying and Executing in Projects Navigator Panel
Cleansing and Match-Merging Name and Address Data
  • Integrating Data Quality into ETL
  • Name and Address Data Cleansing
  • Name and Address Server
  • Name and Address Software Providers
  • Settings in the Name and Address Operator
  • Reviewing a Name and Address Mapping
  • Consolidating Data Using the Match Merge Operator
  • Using the Match Merge Operator in a Mapping
Using Process Flows
  • Process Flow Concepts
  • Creating a Process Flow Module, a Process Flow Package and a Process Flow
  • Types of Activities: Fork, And, Mapping, End Activity
  • Creating Transitions Between Activities
  • Some More Activities: Manual, SQLPLUS, Email
  • Generating the Process Flow Package
Deploying and Reporting on ETL Jobs
  • Logical Versus Physical Implementation
  • Setting Object Configuration
  • Deployment Concepts
  • Invoking the Control Center Manager
  • Deploy Options and Preferences
  • Repository Browser
  • Starting OWB Browser Listener and the Repository Browser
  • Browsing Design Center and Control Center Reports
Using the Mapping Debugger
  • Overview of the Mapping Debugger
  • Initializing a Mapping Debugging Session
  • Preparing the testing environment and test data
  • Setting breakpoints and watch points
  • Evaluating the flow of data to detect mapping errors
 
Enhancing ETL Performance
  • Performance Tuning at Various Levels
  • Performance-Related Parameters in ETL Design
  • Configuring Mappings for Operating Modes, DML Error Logging, Commit Control, and Default Audit Levels
  • Enabling Partition Exchange Loading (PEL) for Targets
  • Performance-Related Parameters in Schema Design
  • Configuring Indexes, Partitions, Constraints
  • Enabling Parallelism and Parallel DML
  • Setting Tablespace Properties and Gathering Schema Statistics
Managing Backups, Development Changes, and Security
  • Overview of Metadata Loader Utilities (MDL)
  • Managing Metadata Changes by Using Snapshots
  • Using Change Manager
  • Version Management of Design Objects
  • Graphical UI for Security Management
  • Object-Level Security
  • Setting Security Parameters
Integrating with Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBI EE)
  • Business Justification: Tools Integration
  • Integrating with OBI EE and OBI SE
  • Transferring BI Metadata to OBI EE Server
  • Setting Up the UDML File Location
  • Deriving the BI Metadata (OBI EE)
  • Deploying the BI Module
  • Converting the UDML File for OBI EE
  • Oracle BI Admin and Answers Tool
Administrative Tasks in Warehouse Builder
  • Enterprise ETL License Extends Core In-Database ETL
  • Multiple Named Configurations: Why and How
  • Using Multiple Named Configurations
  • Using Configuration Templates
  • Steps for Setting Up OWB in a RAC Environment
  • Creating an OWB Schedule
Managing Metadata
  • Using Lineage and Impact Analysis Diagrams
  • Invoking Lineage and Impact Analysis
  • Using the Change Propagation Dialog
  • User-Defined Properties, Icons, and Objects
  • Using Pluggable Mappings
  • Advanced Activity Types in Process Flows
  • Native Relational Object Support
  • Heterogeneous Predefined SQL Transformations
Accessing Non-Oracle Sources
  • Extensible Framework of OWB 11g Release 2
  • Benefits of Extensible Code Templates
  • Location of Seeded Code Templates
  • Creating New Code Templates
  • Defining New Integration Platforms in OWB
Designing Mappings with the Oracle Data Integration Enterprise Edition License
  • Traditional Versus Code Template (CT) Mappings
  • Execution Units in a CT Mapping
  • Execution View Versus Logical View
  • Assigning a Code Template to an Execution Unit
  • Convert a Classic Mapping to a CT Mapping That Utilizes Data Pump
  • CT Mappings Deploy to Control Center Agents
Right-Time Data Warehousing with OWB
  • What Is Meant by Real-Time Data Warehousing
  • What Refresh Frequency Does OWB Support
  • Building a Trickle Feed Mapping
  • Using Advanced Queues in Trickle Feed Mappings
  • Using CDC Code Templates in Mappings for Change Data Capture
  • Starting CDC Capture Process
Defining Relational Models
  • Defining Dimensions Using Wizards and Editors
  • Defining Dimension Attributes, Levels, and Hierarchies
  • Binding Dimension Attributes to the Implementation Table
  • Using the Create Time Dimension Wizard
  • Defining a Cube
  • Specifying a Cube's Attributes and Measures
  • Designing Mappings Using Relational Dimensions and Cubes
More Relational Dimensional Modeling
  • Initial Versus Incremental Data Warehouse Loads
  • Updating Data and Metadata
  • Capturing Changed Data for Refresh
  • Setting Loading Properties
  • Choosing the DML Load Type
  • How OWB Manages Orphans
  • Support for Cube-Organized Materialized Views
  • Creating a Type 2 Slowly Changing Dimension
Modeling Multidimensional OLAP Dimensions and Cubes
  • What Is OLAP
  • Multidimensional Data Types
  • Analytic Workspace
  • Dimensional Modeling Using OWB
  • OWB Calculated Measures
  • OWB Calculated Measures