Monday, June 2, 2014

Oracle Discoverer Administration and Desktop

Oracle Discoverer is a business intelligence tool to support organizational decisions and data will show in the form of excel format.
Components of discoverer:-

1.Discoverer Administration Edition
2. Discoverer Desktop Edition

Architecture Of Discoverer Administartion Edition:-

i.End User Layer
ii.Business Area
iii.Business Folders

Overview of Business Areas:-

-A business area is a collection of related information in the database.
-A business area is a set of related information with a common business purpose
-For example, information about Sales may be stored in one business area, while
information about Cops is stored in another business area.
-In simple words it can be termed as collections of objects in a particular module

Overview of Business Folders:-

-Simple Folders – Folders that are based on a database table (e.g.: ITEM)
-Custom Folders – Folders that contain a custom SQL query.
-Complex Folders – Folders that are based on multiple simple folders.

Here are the steps for creating the ‘Business area’

Open Discoverer Administrative Edition



Logon to Discoverer Administrative Edition using SYSADMIN user


Click Connect


Choose a Responsibility and Click OK





Click Create a New Business Area and Click Next


Select Any User and Click Next


Expand the Node and Select Any Table or View And Click Next


Click Next


Name the Business Area and Description Appropriately And Click Finish

The Business Area Will be created and you would view the following screen


Close the Administrative Tasklist Window

Expand the Business Area


Delete The Folder under the Business Area


Click Yes


Now the business Area is Empty

Logon to SQL Plus and Create a View according to the requirement


Relogon to Discoverer Administration Edition to have the Schema Refreshed And Open the Business Area Created Earlier.

Right Click on the Business Area Created and Select the New Folder from Database Option




Click Next


Select the Schema APPS and Click Next as shown below



Expand the APPS Schema


Select the View Created at SQL Plus and Click Next


Click Finish

The Folder is Created

Expand the Business Area and you can view the Folder



Click Tools à Security Menu


Assign the Users/Responsibilities who can access the Business Area and Click OK

Here are the screen shots for creating the workbooks in the Discoverer Desktop:-

Logon to the Discoverer Desktop Edition to create Work Books




Login as SYSADMIN User


Select System Administrator Responsibility and Click Ok




Select Create a new workbook option


Select one of the Display Style as per the requirement and Click Next


Select the Business Area and the folder on which you would like to create the Workbook and Click Next


Check Show Page Items and Click Next


You could add the condition required by clicking New.




Select New Parameter Option from the List

You will get the following screen




Enter the Name, Prompt, Description and other Fields and Click OK


Click Ok

Click Next


You can create the Sort Condition so that the Workbook would sort the data accordingly.

Click Add


Select the Field on which you would like to sort the data and Click ok

Add as many sorts you need


Click Finish

You workbook is Created.


Go to File à Managewokbooks à Properties


Give the Identifier and Description



Click Ok


Click Yes

Go to Sheet à Rename Sheet Menu


Give an Appropriate Name and Click ok



Click Save



Select Database



Give an appropriate name and Click Save


Goto File à Manageworkbooks à sharing menu

Select the Workbook and assign it to the responsibility who can access the workbooks as shown in the screen


Click Ok


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