Friday, June 15, 2012

10g and 11g Major Difference





10 g
11 g
·         RPD
·         Ragged and Skip-Level Hierarchies is not supported in 10g.

·         Support for Parent-Child Hierarchies is supported but it is straight forward.

·         Creating Subject Areas for Logical Stars and Snowflakes ins not supported in 10g

·         Multicurrency not Support in this version.

·         In this version we don’t have such option.

·         MUD support in this version also.

·         SQL Function names in this version.

1.To Date
2. AGO

·         Data Source (Hyperion) not supported.

·         OBIEE supports Essbase as a data source, but it’s had a few well-known limitations in the 10g release.

·         In 10g it doesn’t have this option.

·         Multicurrency Support.

·         Multiuser development and repository lifecycle management has been improved.

·         SQL Function name standards changed like below.

1.        Period to date
2.        Period Ago

·         Data Sources (Hyperion) Supported.

·         Enhancements to Essbase Fully supported in 11g.

·         Answers
·         Hierarchy Objects in the Presentation Layer is not supported in 10g

·         KPI dashboard designs some limitations in this 10g release

·         Visual looks not that much good in 10g.

·         In this version we have such limitation graphs and dashboards like,
1.        There is no option slider in graphs.

·         In this version we don’t have this feature.

·         This ability was present in the 10g version of OBIEE in a limited form, through IBots, request navigation and guided analytics.

·         A new column called the hierarchical column in introduced

·         In OBIEE 11g we can create KPIs to represent business metrics

·         One of the most obvious changes in OBIEE 11gR1 compared to the 10g release, is around the visual look and feel of the web-based components

·         OBIEE 11g comes with a number of improvements and enhancements to graphs and dashboards. In this posting, I’ll be taking a look at some of these new features, including.

1.        Introduction of the slider control.
2.        Master-detail linking of visualizations

·         Oracle Scorecard and Strategy Management

·         Action Framework (It has been built –out into a feature in its own right.

·         Cluster
·         OBIEE and tried to set up a cluster, you’ll know it’s a fairly involved task and one that requires a lot of manual setup
·         In 11g, setting up OBIEE for high availability and clustering is a much more straightforward process, partly through improvements in manageability and partly through the move to Web Logic Server
 OBIEE Design the support technology.
·         OBIEE 10g OC4J based and Oracle application server also.
·         OBIEE 11g Web logic based.
 There is no difference in this feature.

  • IBOT have been renamed to agents (also known as intelligent agents)
Administration Tool

·         First up, as an OBIEE 10g administrator, your administration tasks were mostly performed either through the Administration tool , configuration options spread over multiple tools and configuration files, with some options (users and groups, for example) embedded in unrelated repositories (the RPD).

·         OBIEE 11g addresses these by where possible moving administration and configuration into Fusion Middleware Control (also referred to as Enterprise Manager).

Satya Ranki Reddy.

In this release, the following terminology changes have been made:
  • iBots have been renamed to agents (also known as intelligent agents) .
  • Requests (or reports) have been renamed to analyses, and the term reports now refers to BI Publisher reports .
  • Presentation columns have been renamed to attribute columns .
  • Charts have been renamed to graphs.

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