Get yourself trained on Oracle Business Intelligence with this Online Training Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher 11g (Oracle BIP 11g).
Online Training Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher 11g (Oracle BIP 11g)
In this Business Intelligence course, you will learn how to get started with Oracle BI Publisher 188.8.131.52.0 and later versions, such as how to install all the required software, create simple reports and more complex reports for distribution. You will also learn how to install Template Builder for MS Word and how to troubleshoot installation issues. You will learn about creating a data model and creating and scheduling reports outside of Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) when Oracle BI Publisher is delivered as a stand-alone application. The course will also cover: Installing required software Creating a Data Model Creating Reports and Scheduling Reports/jobs Install Template Builder successfully Create an RTF template in the Offline mode Create an RTF template in the Online mode The course teaches both the basics and implementation of core Oracle Business Intelligence practices you need to work successfully with this software.
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