Is this similar to BICS Oac setup. If yes, then i i know a couple of ways where you can access the objects using admin tool.
Let me know if its the same thing and i will post the steps down below.
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No, you do not have access to the RPD and no, you will not get access to the RPD. Oracle owns the OTBI RPD.
Christian, I'm going to tag your answer as the correct one. A follow-up question, please: There are some OTBI Analyses that work just fine until we add another attribute column, at which time the fact columns all become null. The reason for wanting to see the RPD is to potentially track back through the joins and see where things might be going wrong. Without the RPD, is there any means of identifying where the problem might be found?
There are some OTBI Analyses that work just fine until we add another attribute column, at which time the fact columns all become null
OTBI just like OBIA have RPDs which aren't of the best quality in terms of precision and correctness.
Without the RPD, is there any means of identifying where the problem might be found?
Sure - if you're adventurous you can try an SR (sorry, that was mean - it won't help you anything ;-))
Christian, that made me laugh out loud - literally!
Thanks for the feedback. I understand the OBIA correlation. Sad, but true.
Very sad. For the life of me I can't figure out how "just make sh*t work somehow" trumps "doing things properly".