Tag Archives: Endeca

Setting up OEID 3.x as a Windows Service

Sorry for the long absence. I’ve been working less with EID in the past while and found myself too busy to post things. However I recently had a task at a client to setup their installation of Oracle EID 3.1 … Continue reading

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Safe High Performance Sandboxes

Recently I attended a TDWI presentation to hear about some trends being seen within one of the Canadian government ministries. Largely I was hearing a success story for a traditional BI warehouse. Data was being well governed, actively analyzed, and … Continue reading

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Multi-Assign Attributes – What they are and how they’re loaded

Oracle Endeca Server can support “Multi-Assign Attributes”. This means records can have one or more values assigned to the same attribute. All data domain records are stored as name value pairs, so in effect you end up with a record … Continue reading

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OEID 3.1 Installation Issues

localhost If you are installing OEID 3.1 on a Windows box using WebLogic, you may encounter an issue with localhost. The installation of OES will appear to go correctly, and there is a degree of Endeca Server functionality that might … Continue reading

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What’s New and Exciting with OEID 3.1?

OES Starting with Oracle Endeca Server the sample data domain is now called Sales History instead of GettingStarted.  The web service numbers have moved from 2 to 3 so any Integrator graphs will need to be updated. There’s a large … Continue reading

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Installing or Upgrading to OEID 3.1

Oracle Endeca Information Discovery 3.1 has been released. Excited? If you’re working with 3.0 you probably don’t really need to be. So what’s new and improved? Well there’s a fair bit, some is improved, some may be more nuisance, but … Continue reading

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Agile BI Does Not Mean Anything Goes

Recently I was in a discussion where the capacity for OEID to rapidly ingest data was highlighted as one of its highest value items. That’s a fair point. In the spirit of “Agile BI” the turnaround time for ingesting a … Continue reading

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