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    • This set of tutorials provides useful information on getting started and extending your knowledge of Oracle Warehouse Builder 10g, Release 2.
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    • This tutorial shows you how Oracle Database Vault prevents a powerful user with the DBA role from executing basic database modifications remotely.

    • In this tutorial, you learn how to use regular expression support. This new feature is introduced in Oracle Database 10g.
    • In this tutorial, you create dimensions, configure metadata for a schema module, and create a Type 2 slowly changing dimension in Oracle Warehouse Builder 10g Release 2. Note: The screenshots in this tutorial may appear slightly different from yours depending on the order in which you perform the other tutorials in this OBE Series. You can ignore the irrelevant items you see on your screens.
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    • The goal of this tutorial is to profile a data source, derive a data rule and create a correction mapping to correct the data based on a similarity match.
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    • This tutorial shows you how to re-deploy the migrated dimensions and cube.
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    • This tutorial shows you how to migrate the runtime metadata, existing due to deployments and executions of Warehouse Builder objects in the OWB 10gR1 repository, to the OWB 10gR2 unified repository.
    • This demo shows how to migrate design metadata to OWB 10R2
    • In this tutorial, you set up the project environment for migrating a Oracle Warehouse Builder 10gR1project to Oracle Warehouse Builder 10g Release 2 (OWB 10gR2). This tutorial also discusses some of the new architectural and configuration concepts introduced in Oracle Warehouse Builder 10gR2.
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    • To complete your business intelligence application, you should enable your data warehouse for querying, which is one of its main purposes. By implementing the concept of business intelligence objects, Oracle Warehouse Builder integrates with reporting environments, specifically Oracle's, more seamlessly. The Business Intelligence node on the Project Explorer panel enables you to define sets of Warehouse Builder objects that embrace business reporting tools, for example, Oracle Discoverer and BI Beans (allowing you to build custom applications). The Business Intelligence node contains two additional nodes called Business Definitions and Business Presentations. Business Definition modules store the definitions to be deployed to Discoverer. Business Presentation modules store the report structures that you want to deploy to BI Beans. In this lesson, you perform hands-on exercises to define Discoverer intelligent objects in Warehouse Builder. Using Oracle Warehouse Builder, you move your design metadata to the Discoverer End User Layer (EUL). Discoverer uses the EUL to hide from the end users the complexity, technical naming conventions, and physical structure of the database.
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    • This lesson describes how to design mappings and process flows, and use them to define data movement and transformation in Warehouse Builder. When you design a mapping in Warehouse Builder, you use the Mapping Editor interface. There is a large set of mapping operators available to you for use within the Mapping Editor. Oracle Warehouse Builder allows you to use activities external to Warehouse Builder (such as e-mail, FTP commands, and operating system executables). External activities will not be covered in this course. Using the Process Flow Editor, you learn how to design process flows that interrelate mappings and other activities. In this lesson, you learn how to create mappings to extract data from sources, transform it, and load it into targets. It also briefly introduces the Debugging Editor to debug data flows in the Mapping Editor.
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    • Designing a relational target warehouse in Warehouse Builder constitutes modeling relational (from 3rd normal form to dimensional) schemas that provide power to your data warehouse. Alternatively, you can also design a multidimensional system providing high-end analytics. In this lesson, you model a small data warehouse consisting of a cube and two dimensions. The source of data for the target warehouse is flat files.
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    • This tutorial shows you how to use location-based analysis on current and proposed data.
    • This tutorial describes how to streamline XML generation for SQL queries with Oracle XDK 10g.
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    • This tutorial describes how to use XQuery in Oracle XML DB.


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