Oracle - Course Details

OraBISEE10GR3:CRD-SS Oracle BI Suite EE 10g R3: Create Reports and Dashboards - Self-Study

Oracle Course Description:
This course provides step-by-step instructions for creating ad-hoc queries in Oracle Business Intelligence Answers and incorporating them into Interactive Dashboards, which compose business intelligence applications. Learn to build a simple Oracle BI Interactive Dashboard starting with basic requests created in Answers, then add more complexity as the course progresses, including pivot tables, charts, gauges, prompts, embedded content, navigation links, and Oracle BI Publisher reports. Use Oracle BI Delivers to send real-time, personalized alerts to Interactive Dashboards for subscribed users. In addition to building Interactive Dashboards, learn to configure and maintain them and how to customize their user interface using cascading style sheets, dashboard styles, and XML message files. Use Oracle BI Publisher to build reports based on Answers requests as well as Oracle BI subject areas, and use Oracle BI for Microsoft Office to integrate Oracle BI data and views in Microsoft Office presentations and spreadsheets. Finally, explore recommended design principles and best practices for presenting information in Interactive Dashboards.
Oracle Course Duration:
Self Placed
Oracle Course Target Audience:
Application Developers,Business Analysts,Business Intelligence Developer,Developer,End Users,Functional Implementer,Technical Administrator,Technical Consultant
Oracle Course Prerequisite:
NONE
Course Content:
  • 1: Working with Oracle Business Intelligence Answers

    • 1: Introduction to Oracle BI Answers
    • 2: Working with requests in Oracle BI Answers
    • 3: Using advanced formatting

  • 2: Filtering Requests in Oracle Business Intelligence Answers

    • 1: Introduction to filters in Answers
    • 2: Adding filter prompts to requests
    • 3: Using saved requests as filters

  • 3: Oracle Business Intelligence Answers: Advanced Features

    • 1: Combining request criteria using set operations
    • 2: Executing direct database requests
    • 3: Editing logical SQL generated by a request

  • 4: Building Views and Charts in Requests

    • 1: Introduction to Answers views and charts
    • 2: Creating and editing charts
    • 3: Performing common view tasks

  • 5: Showing Results with Gauge Views

    • 1: Introduction to the Gauge view
    • 2: Working with Gauge views

  • 6: Showing Results with Pivot Tables

    • 1: Introduction to pivot tables
    • 2: Formatting pivot tables
    • 3: Setting aggregation rules and building formulas

  • 7: Creating Oracle Business Intelligence Interactive Dashboards

    • 1: Introduction to Interactive Dashboards and pages
    • 2: Dashboard Editor UI elements
    • 3: Composing dashboard elements

  • 8: Configuring Oracle Business Intelligence Interactive Dashboards

    • 1: Types of dashboard content
    • 2: Embedding content in Interactive Dashboards
    • 3: Using bookmark links to distribute and save Interactive Dashboards

  • 9: Customizing the Oracle Business Intelligence User Interface

    • 1: Modifying cascading style sheets
    • 2: Modifying XML message files
    • 3: Making configuration changes using the instanceconfig file

  • 10: Configuring Guided Navigation Links

    • 1: Building guided navigation with static links
    • 2: Building guided navigation with conditional links and sections

  • 11: Administering the Oracle Business Intelligence Presentation Catalog

    • 1: Maintaining the Oracle BI Presentation Catalog
    • 2: Maintaining security
    • 3: Understanding security inheritance

  • 12: Using Oracle Business Intelligence Delivers

    • 1: Introduction to Oracle BI Delivers
    • 2: Configuring delivery devices
    • 3: Adding delivery profiles
    • 4: Building alerts
    • 5: Introduction to Oracle BI Scheduler
    • 6: Scripted jobs

  • 13: Using Oracle Business Intelligence Briefing Books

    • 1: Introduction to Oracle BI Briefing Books
    • 2: Creating an Oracle BI Briefing Book
    • 3: Adding Content to Briefing Books
    • 4: Editing a Briefing Book
    • 5: Downloading and viewing a Briefing Book
    • 6: Adding a list of Briefing Books to a Dashboard
    • 7: Using Briefing Books with Oracle BI Delivers

  • 14: Using Oracle BI for Microsoft Office

    • 1: Introduction to Oracle BI for Microsoft Office
    • 2: Working with Oracle BI content in Microsoft Office applications