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Please send your e-mail "Welcome to Oracle BI Cloud Service" with a shortcut to the cloud services. Just click on this hyperlink and register. You can also log into the Oracle Cloud at cloud.oracle.com and choose Oracle BI Cloud Services. The Oracle BI Cloud Services shows a production run at the first login.
By the end of the trip you will see your homepage with a link to all the functions available to you. To familiarize yourself with older Oracle BI Cloud Service releases and use the older home page, click Open Classic Home.
What's new for the Oracle BI Cloud Service?
When new and modified functionality becomes available, Oracle BI Cloud Server entities are updated in the datacenters where Oracle Cloud Server hosts. Here is an outline of the new functionality and improvements recently added to enhance your Oracle BI Cloud Server experiences. Administers can stop and re-start the Oracle BI Cloud Server if the server becomes unresponsive.
Refer to Rebooting the Service. Visualization user have privileged acces to extended analysis features such as prediction, clusters and runaways. In the Display Area, there are catagories that you can click to view your datasources by types, your relationships, and your dataflows. In the Create section, there are clickable hyperlinks to quickly start building datasources, joints, and dataflows.
You can specify whether you want the user to type their own logon information to gain control over the Oracle application information to which they have privileges. Creating a Resource PageThe Create New Datasource page is simpler to use and contains new functions such as the ability to apply filtering when creating databases.
Smartconvenience insightsThe Smartconvenience insight function will help you better grasp the information in your datasource and visualise it in a single work. You can use bindings to generate kurated datasources that you can use to generate a visualization. Use CSV as your primary file now.
Use CSV file as your source. The following display modes have been added: Accord, Rounded Net, Listing, Network, Multiple coordinate, Sandkey, Timeline as well asree. Enhanced colouring of visualizationsYou can use hierachical and non-repeated sequence colouring in your illustrations. Filter for VisualizationYou can apply a filter to a single view in a team. Synchronization of records version 2.
is available on the Oracle Technology Network. Utilize analysis and SQL logic statement in your Oracle application as project repositories. Refer to Establishing a Connection to Oracle Application Datasources. Update your current datasources, edit column content, and create new ones for use in your project. Refer to Modifying Uploaded Datasources.
Allow them to display and interoperate with your visualization without having to worry about how your information is compromised. Refer to Examining Interaction Only. There are new ways to display information visualizations: Kachelansichten - Power tiling is a still image based distillation of the collected information. Comments - Comment your text with text. Trending - Visualize the trending of a dataset using a trending line.
Organize datasets - Numeric or alphabetical. Filtrate Files - Create filtrations, move filtrations on the screen and just browse for items. Copying legacy reporting and Dashboards to the Cloud Uploading legacy information from another Oracle BI Cloud Service or Oracle BI Enterprise Edition 126.96.36.199.9. Create more than one modelModelers can create more than one model of their own (also known as thematic models).
Controls the DB ConnectionData Modeler can interoperate with several cloud databanks. Now, mission-critical modellers and analysts can analyse enterprise information wherever it's located. Refer to Createata Model. Improvements in the synchronization of records. Load from Excel tables and Oracle Transactional Intelligence (OTBI) tables. File upload to a dataset repository appropriate for file viewing project.
ObsoleteeData Loader available from Oracle Application Express in the schema service' Databases. Remove the header from the Oracle BI Cloud Service start page. Uploading and managing records for your information viewing projectSee REST Application Programming Interface (API) for Oracle BI Cloud Service. REST APINow allows you to clear the buffered information for all table entries in a linked table using the following procedure.
When Oracle BI Cloud Service is linked to more than one database, you can clear the table memory in all your linked database systems. New Look for Oracle BI Cloud ServiceImproved Oracle BI Cloud Service look that is easily navigated and used. Contains a new Academy to help you get the most out of Oracle BI Cloud Service.
Use a Heating Grid to see a two-dimensional representation of your measurement results, where results are presented by a color-graph. Visualise geographic information on charts Use a chart preview to show information on a chart in several different ways and how it interacts with the information.
Administer your datafilesView, retrieve and erase datafiles you have submitted for your analyses. For more information, see Administration of Sources. Improvements in the Datamodeler: Have Oracle BI Cloud Service provide fact and size charts recommended when you begin building your datamodel. Erase all interrogation information buffered for your style using new Remote Restore APIs. for example.
Refer to Oracle BI Cloud Services RFCs. In order to ensure that the models are always backed up, a copy of your models is saved whenever you make changes to the models. Discover your geospatial information with VisualizationData Visualization provides self-service analytics and seamless transition between all stages of the analytic lifecycle: information delivery, analytics, assembly, and use.
Refer to Getting Started with Visualizing Your Work. Organize your organization's ability to gain control over your information viewing capabilities through a new user named BI DiscoveryContentAuthor. For more information, see Roles of Applications pre-defined in Oracle BI Cloud Service. Add your own to analysesYou can attach your own analyzing information from an outside resource to an analyzing Oracle BI Cloud Service. The addition of your own information is sometimes described as "mash-up".
" Refer to Attaching External Source to Analyses. If you have modelled your work with Oracle BI Enterprise Edition, you don't have to begin from zero in Oracle BI Cloud Service. Just up-load your local datamodel files (.rpd) into Oracle BI Cloud Service and begin researching your information through visually rich reporting and Dashboarding.
Refer to Uploading Datamodels from Oracle BI Enterprise Edition. Integration with Oracle database Cloud ServiceConnect Oracle BI Cloud Service with any Oracle database Cloud Service entity. For more information, see Administering Database Connections. Programmed Loading Use methodologies from RTEST APIs graphically to build, administer, and upload schemata, spreadsheets, and even your own files to the Oracle BI Cloud Service.
For more information, see About the Oracle BI Cloud Service REST API. Sometimes it is faster to copy an object than to start from the beginning. Copy fact sheets, dimensions sheets, databases, and view sheets. For more information, see Copy Model Items. For more information, see Attaching a Column from Another Sources to a Dimensions Table.
Before or after calculation of the printout for a key figureYou can generate computations that contain pre-aggregated key figures. If you are adding sources with relations to other spreadsheets or view types to the models, Data Modeler asks if you want to incorporate associated fact or size spreadsheets and proposes to do so.
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