Oracle Smart View for Office 11.1.2 for Essbase
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In this course, you learn how to use Oracle Smart View 184.108.40.206, a common Microsoft Office (Excel, Word and PowerPoint) add-in to query, analyze, and share data stored in Essbase databases. In this course, you learn how to connect to data sources and create ad-hoc queries and free-form grids.
- Query and analyze data stored in Essbase.
- Create advanced reports.
- Set Smart View options.
- Create reports using Smart Query, Query Designer, and functions.
- Embed dynamic data points into Microsoft Office documents.
- Create reports with smart slices.
- End users
- Reports Developer
This program will be conducted with interactive lectures, PowerPoint presentations, discussions and practical exercises.
- Familiarity with Essbase
- Familiarity with Microsoft Excel, Word, and Power Point
- Familiarity with multidimensional data storage and terms
Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to:
- Explain the multidimensional analysis and database outline hierarchy
- Create ad hoc queries and advanced reports in Smart View
- Set Smart View Options
- Use Smart Query and Query Designer
- Embed dynamic data points into Microsoft Office documents
- Create reports with smart slices
- Multi-Dimensional Analysis Overview
- Smart View Architecture
- Smart View Excel User Interface
- Connecting to Data Sources
- Creating Ad Hoc Grids
- Performing Ad Hoc Operations in Multiple Cells
- Creating Member Selections
- Associating Data Sources with Worksheets
- Creating Multiple Grids on One Worksheet
- Creating Free-form Grids
- Working with the Essbase Ribbon
- Working with Document Contents Pane
- Setting Global and Sheet-Level Options
- Setting Data Navigation and Retrieval Options
- Setting Number and Cell Formatting Options
- Setting Administrative Options
- Displaying Aliases for Member Names
- Creating Queries using Query Designer
- Creating a Smart Query
- Creating Reports using Functions
- Executing MDX Queries
- Retrieving Data for DTS Members
- Retrieving Data for Attribute Dimensions
- Working with Excel Formulas
- Replacing Data with Numeric Zeroes or Text
- Creating Reports with Smart Slices