Tag: Power BI to OBIEE

[Oracle BI Data Visualization] Eliminate Bottlenecks With 9 Power BI Hacks

One of the main drawbacks of Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) is its lack of data visualization capabilities. The end-users feel forced to cross many hurdles for creating a simple bar graph or pie chart. OBIEE demands a tonne of technical know-how to create data visualization. The bottlenecks result in user frustration, as data […]

DIY solutions for common connectivity issues when connecting Power BI to OBIEE

When connecting Power BI to Oracle BI (OBIEE/OAC/OAS) via BI Connector, it is good for non-technical users to learn the 9 Best Practices recommended by BI Connector. In this blog post, we’ll touch upon just 2 best practices that will help you eliminate most showstoppers and get going with your OBIEE data analytics! To start, […]

How to Choose Between Import and Direct Query Modes When Connecting Power BI to OBIEE?

When you connect Power BI to Oracle BI (OBIEE/OAC/OAS) via BI Connector, you might wonder which connectivity mode works better – Import or Direct Query? In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to choose between Import and Direct Query modes. Choosing between both these modes depends heavily on OBIEE’s query execution time. Let’s dive into […]

3 common errors to avoid when connecting Power BI to OBIEE

Power BI is one of the market-leading self-service analytics tools, which can successfully complement the data visualization limitations of OBIEE. With BI Connector’s Power BI OBIEE Connector, the users can securely and seamlessly connect Power BI to Oracle BI (OBIEE, OAC, and OAS), in minutes! Though most users are well aware of the BI Connector […]

How to Retain Your OBIEE Joins When Connecting Power BI to OBIEE Subject Areas

Power BI is one of the leading self-service data visualization tools that can easily complement OBIEE’s data visualization limitations through BI Connector. When connecting Power BI to an OBIEE (or OAC/OAS) report, the users don’t require to retain the joins in OBIEE Subject Areas as they’re already accessing the reports as a flat table. However, […]

The Fail-safe Method to Improve Your
OBIEE Data Literacy

Organizations using Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) are connecting data visualization tools (such as Tableau, Power BI) to OBIEE for simplifying data visualization. Some organizations, despite moving to OAC/OAS, still prefer connecting Power BI to OAC or OAS as well, as many users prefer sticking to Power BI. But the question is – Will […]

The Challenges in Connecting Power BI to OBIEE and How to Overcome Them?

Many organizations using Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) complement its data visualization limitations with a self-service analytics tool such as Power BI. Connecting Power BI to OBIEE in an automated way is the best way to tackle OBIEE’s limitations with Power BI successfully, as manual data export/import via Excel is cumbersome. Challenges in connecting […]

How to Optimize Query Performance When Connecting Power BI to OBIEE?

When connecting Power BI to Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE), the users could encounter performance issues for certain queries. In this blog post, we’ll see how you can optimize the query performance when connecting Power BI to OBIEE (or Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) / Oracle Analytics Server (OAS) ) via BI Connector. Let’s dive […]

The 80/20 Rule for Connecting Power BI to OBIEE and OAC

When connecting Power BI to OBIEE or Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC), the users deal with many issues like: Users unfamiliar about how OBIEE data is organized Connectivity showstoppers Data Mismatch OBIEE Time-out errors Number of rows exported exceeding the limit set in OBIEE Missing data relationships Poor performance etc. Some of these issues have the […]

Connecting Power BI to OBIEE: How BI Connector Bridges the Gap?

Organizations using OBIEE are adopting the bimodal analytics approach to effectively complement the data visualization limitations in OBIEE with self-service analytics tools like Power BI. Some organizations have even switched to Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) but still want to connect Power BI to OAC, as a significant number of users (who are already well-acquainted with […]