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I had earlier posted about column hiding in BO 3.1 using Alerters. BO 4.0 offers a more flexible means of column hiding. This is actually a component hiding feature that works for table/chart etc.
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BO 4.0 provides a lot of exciting new features. Here we will take a look into the important new features of Web Intelligence Reports.
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Since my last post, I have been asked by people about how would I be hiding a column conditionally when it is not the rightmost column of the table, rather is in the middle.
This section contains a number of articles and tutorials on SAP Business Objects™ Reporting tool.
This section deals with the fundamental concepts of Data warehousing that every DW professionals must know.
Data modeling is a process used to define and analyze data requirements needed to support the business processes
In this sub-category we discuss about Data Mining. Data Mining is an interdisciplinary subject that deals with the method and apparatus of knowledge discovery from the raw data.
Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, securing, and managing resources to achieve specific goals. A proper management of data warehousing project may lead to successful implementation whereas lousy project management can cause the project to fail inspite of best technical resources.
Tutorials on the basic concepts and theories behind ETL (Extraction, Transformation and Loading) technology.
ETL Design Pattern is a framework of generally reusable solution to the commonly occurring problems during Extraction, Transformation and Loading (ETL) activities of data in a data warehousing environment.
This section contains a number of articles and tutorials on Informatica PowerCenter™ and PowerMart™ ETL tool.
SAP BusinessObjects Data Services provides a single enterprise class solution for data integration, data quality, data profiling, and text analysis. Learn more about SAP BODS here
This section contains a number of articles and tutorials on Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services. SSIS is a platform for data integration and workflow applications.
This is a Subcategory of Database. All the articles in the category are related to the fundamentals of Database starting from ACID property, Normalisation to Advanced topic.
This section contains various Oracle database related articles, tutorials and white papers covering a wide range of areas starting from Oracle architecture to performance tuning
This is a Subcategory of DWBI Tutorial. All the articles are related to Interview specific Questons and Answers.