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OracleAS Discoverer 10g: Create Queries and Reports
Overview
This class is applicable to Oracle 9iAS (9.0.4) Discoverer users. This course introduces students to the querying and analytical capabilities of OracleAS Discoverer. Students will learn how to view data stored in a relational database, and analyze and create reports based upon that data using OracleAS Discoverer Plus. In particular, students will learn how to create, modify, and refine ad hoc queries using Discoverer's intuitive and easy-to-use Workbook Wizard. They will learn how to present data graphically and how to format query results to create customized reports. Students will learn how to create simple and advanced calculations to perform data analysis and create reports that answer a variety of business questions, such as year-to-year comparisons and ranking. In addition, students will learn how to schedule reports in batch mode, share workbooks with other users, and export reports to other applications, including MS Excel, HTML, and Oracle Reports. Finally, students will learn how to view and customize Discoverer portlets using OracleAS Portal. This course also provides students with the prerequisite skills necessary for the "Oracle Discoverer 10g: Develop an EUL" course.
Prerequisites
  • Display data graphically
  • Filter data by using conditions and create parameterized reports
  • Schedule reports in batch mode
  • Share workbooks with other users
  • Export workbooks to other applications
  • Open a workbook and analyze data using OracleAS Discoverer Viewer
  • Use and customize Discoverer Portlets in OracleAS Portal
  • Analyze data by using totals, percentages, and advanced calculations
  • Generate reports and ad hoc queries
  • Select default worksheet format options
  • Format data, headings and background in a worksheet
Objectives
Outlines
  • Introducing OracleAS Discoverer 10g
    • Business Intelligence Tools
    • Discoverer Components
    • Connecting to Discoverer Plus
    • Data Warehouse Versus Transactional Systems
    • Using Discoverer with a Data Warehouse
    • Online Help and Key Terminology
    • The Discoverer Administrator
    • The Training Database
  • Creating Ad-hoc Queries
    • Creating a Query: Workflow
    • Using the Workbook Wizard
    • Editing a Query
  • Managing Queries
    • Building and Executing Queries
    • Controlling Query Execution
    • Managing Worksheets
    • Managing Workbooks
    • Setting Query Management Options
  • Customizing Display Properties
    • Result Set Display Options
    • Setting Default Worksheet Display Options
    • Customizing Display Properties for The Current Worksheet
  • Applying Conditions and Using Parameters
    • Selecting and Applying Predefined Conditions
    • Selecting and Applying User-Defined Conditions
    • Creating a New Condition
    • Nesting Conditions
    • Using Parameters
    • Creating Parameterized Conditions
  • Creating Group Sorts and Applying Summary Functions
    • Sorting Output: Overview
    • Sorting and Grouping Data in Tables
    • Sorting Data in Crosstabs
    • Creating Totals and SubTotals
    • Creating and Displaying Percentages
  • Creating Calculated Items
    • Identifying Types of Calculations
    • Creating a Simple Calculation
    • Building a Complex Calculation
    • Using the Analytic Calculations Templates
    • Creating Analysis Calculations
    • Using Calculations in a Condition
    • Passing a Parameter to a Calculation
  • Scheduling and Managing Reports in Batch Mode
    • Scheduling Workbooks Using Discoverer Plus
    • The Scheduling Manager Window
  • Analyzing Data with Drills
    • Identifying the Drill Types
    • Drill Up or Down
    • Drilling to an External Application
  • Analyzing Data Graphically
    • Displaying Data Graphically
    • Creating a New Graph
    • Editing Graphs
    • Customizing Graphs
    • Using Pie Charts
  • Exporting a Worksheet to Other Applications and Printing a Worksheet
    • Exporting a Worksheet into Other Applications
    • Exporting to Excel or HTML
    • Exporting an Worksheet to an Excel Pivot Table
    • Exporting to Oracle Reports in XML Format
    • Printing a Worksheet Using the Print Wizard
  • Introducing Oracle9iAS Discoverer Viewer
    • Connecting to Oracle9iAS Discoverer Viewer
    • Using the Main Features of Discoverer Viewer
    • Setting Query Execution Options
    • Setting Presentation Options
    • Creating a Bookmark to a Worksheet Using Discoverer Viewer
  • Introducing OracleAS Discoverer Viewer
    • Connecting to Oracle9iAS Discoverer Viewer
    • Discoverer Portlets
    • Customizing Discoverer Portlets
 
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Oracle BI Discoverer Administrator 11g: Develop an EUL
Overview
Prerequisites
  • Control user access to EUL, and business areas
  • Create item classes, analytical and aggregate items, and drills
  • Create summaries to improve query
  • Manage multiple EULs
  • Design, create, maintain, and customize the EUL
Objectives
Outlines

Introduction to Oracle BI Discoverer Administrator: Develop an EUL

  • Oracle's BI Solution
  • Oracle's BI Solution Components
  • Oracle BI Discoverer Components
  • Discoverer Administrator
  • Role of the Discoverer Administrator
  • Key Terminology
  • Building a Business Area
  • Data Model

Creating the End User Layer and Business Areas

  • Discoverer Connections
  • Creating the EUL
  • Creating Folders and Business Areas
  • Importing and Exporting the EUL
  • EUL Security and Privileges

Creating Lists of Values (LOVs), Alternative Sorts, and Conditions

  • Creating Item Classes
  • Creating LOVs
  • Creating Alternative Sorts
  • Creating Conditions
  • About Optional Conditions
  • About Mandatory Conditions
  • Creating Advanced Conditions

Customizing Properties, Creating Calculated Items, and Registering PL/SQL Functions

  • Formatting Folders and Items
  • Customizing Folder Properties
  • About Indexed Item Properties
  • Creating a Simple Calculation
  • Creating a Complex Calculation
  • About PL/SQL Functions

Creating Complex and Custom Folders

  • Creating Joins
  • Creating Multi-item Joins
  • About Join Options
  • Creating Complex Folders
  • Assigning Items to Complex Folders
  • Complex Folder Reach-through
  • Creating a Custom Folder
  • Creating Custom LOVs

Creating Analytical and Aggregate Items

  • About Analytical Items
  • Using Analytical Functions
  • Administration Calculations
  • Types of Calculations
  • Derived Items
  • Aggregate Calculations
  • Derived Aggregate Calculations
  • Nested and User-defined Aggregates

Creating Drills

  • About Drill Structures
  • Creating Drills
  • Filtering Drills
  • Designing an Item Hierarchy
  • Creating Drill to Detail
  • About Date Hierarchies
  • Creating and Maintaining Date Hierarchies
  • Nonstandard Calendars

Creating and Managing Summary Folders

  • About Materialized Views
  • Summary Management
  • Creating Summary Folders Using EUL Items
  • About Database Storage
  • Creating Summary Folders Using Query Statistics
  • About External Summary Tables
  • Creating Summary Folders Using External Summary Tables
  • Summary Combination Strategies

Automated Summary Management (ASM)

  • About ASM
  • ASM Process
  • Executing ASM
  • Running ASM After Bulk Load
  • ASM Advanced Settings

Managing Batch Scheduling

  • Scheduling Workbooks
  • Managing Workbooks
  • About the Batch Reports Process
  • Creating a Batch Repository
  • Managing Scheduled Workbooks

Maintaining the EUL

  • Effects of Database Changes on Queries
  • Refreshing the Database and Business Areas
  • Managing Folders
  • About Orphaned Folders
  • Deleting Business Areas
  • Migrating from Development to Production
  • Support for Multiple Schemas
  • Workbooks for EUL Analysis

Administering Multiple EULs and Automating Tasks

  • Creating an EUL for a New User
  • Deleting an EUL
  • Installing the Sample Data
  • About Multiple EULs
  • Discoverer Administrator Command-line Interface
  • Using a Command File
  • Discoverer EUL Command-line for Java

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