Oracle Essbase 11.1.2: Calculate Block Storage Databases (11.1.2.3)


Oracle Essbase 11.1.2: Calculate Block Storage Databases (11.1.2.3) Certification Training Course Overview

Oracle Essbase 11.1.2: Calculate Block Storage Databases (11.1.2.3) training course will teaches you the principal techniques and theories for the design of calculations in block storage databases with Essbase Release 11.1.2.3. In this training class, you will be taught how to review database structure and configuration and you will also learn basic calculation building blocks, including FIX and IF statements.

Target Audience:

  • Administrator
  • Analyst
  • Architect
  • Database Administrator
  • Developer
  • Implementer

Oracle Essbase 11.1.2: Calculate Block Storage Databases (11.1.2.3) (16 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.

  • Gain an understanding of the mechanisms by which Essbase stores and calculates data in block storage databases.
  • Learn the default database calculation order and investigate how it relates to block storage data structures.
  • Learn practical methods for developing and testing block storage calculations, from the simple to the complex.
  • Understand where use of dynamic calculation can improve database and calculation performance.
  • Focus calculations on specific subsets of data.
  • Compare the different calculation variables available and implement variables in calculation scripts
  • Investigate different methods for implementing and planning multidimensional allocations.