Thursday, March 7, 2013

OBIEE This is the end?

…..not really, but ….

 As most of you might have notice my activity’s in the OBIEE community have been minimal during the last year or so.
How come?
I have accepted a new challenge in becoming the team lead for Microsoft BI at Ciber in the Netherlands .
This means I have little to none time left for OBIEE blogging.  And thinks like visiting the Rittman-Mead conference in Brighton this year are sadly also out of the question.
I will be closing the possibility of adding comments / question on this blog because I don’t have any time left to filter out the spam.
I hope to pick my OBIEE and other blogging activities up in the future but for now:
Good luck and hope to see you again!

Till Next Time


Monday, January 28, 2013

We are back!

OBIEE101 has been restored! Thanks to Nitecruzr for pushing the right buttons at google!

Till Next Time

Thursday, January 24, 2013

OBIEE 101 is down

We know about the problem, I'm trying to contact google to get it resolved!

See you Soon

Sunday, May 6, 2012

OBIEE en JDev in the same FWM home

Don't do it, it screws up your OBIEE weblogic instance.........

(especially when you are preparing for the Brighton 2012 BI congress.......)


Till Next Time

Monday, April 23, 2012

OBIEE install avoid RTD license problems

If you are not going to use RTD (Real Time Decisions) uncheck the box during installation:


This avoids extremely difficult discussions with Oracle over the license fee.

Till Next Time

Friday, April 20, 2012

OBIEE 11116 repository on MS-SQL I

We had to do a POC on some MS-SQL data. Instead of bringing an extra Oracle DB we used an existing MS-SQL instance.

1. Create a repository database:

We called ours “Repositories” Winking smile


2. Enable case-sensitive collation

ALTER DATABASE Repositories COLLATE Latin1_General_CS_AS

3. Enable Row versioning