make your ex girlfriend want you back - Oracle BI 11g includes a new mapping feature. This feature is a powerful tool that allows for map-based representation of data. This blog entry includes an overview of the steps required to install
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Step 1: Import the standard spatial MVDemo schema into the Oracle Database.
Step 2: Download and install the Mapbuilder application which will enable you to create a custom map that can be used in Oracle BI. Using the Mapbuilder application, you can access the MVDemo schema which contains multiple built-in themes, Base Maps and Tile Layers.
Note: When you are previewing the custom map, make sure the MapViewer Server ‘http://hostname:port/mapviewer’ matches with the link under Web Modules in step5
Step 3: Paste this text below into the instanceconfig.xml file and restart the presentation services.
Step 4: Create a data source in the console using the following steps:
- Lock and Edit
- Go to bifoundation_domain -> Services -> JDBC -> Data Sources -> create new
- Name: map_data_source
- JNDI Name: map_data_source
- Oracle Driver: Oracle Diver (Thin) for Service connections
- Database Name: Database Name of the database where MVDemo is imported.
- Host Name: Host Name of the database where MVDemo is imported.
- Port: Port of the database where MVDemo is imported.
- Database User Name: Schema name of MVDemo. Usually ‘mvdemo’ if you follow the readme file while
- importing the MVDemo schema
- Control: bi_server
- Release Configuration
Step 5: Configure MapViewer
- Go to Enterprise Manager
- Go to Application Deployments -> mapviewer(11.1.1)(bi_cluster) -> mapviewer(11.1.1)(bi_server) and click on the link ‘http://hostname:port/mapviewer ‘ under Web Modules.
It will take a few minutes and the MapViewer configuration screen will come up.
- Click on admin, use the same login credentials you use to login into EM.
- Go to Manage MapViewer tab -> Configure tab
- Edit config content
- Search for map_data_source
- If at all it is commented make sure you remove the comments
- Edit the values in the map_data_source with the values you enter while creating the data source in the console
- Add non_map_request as shown above
- Save and Restart
- Now stop the BI services and come back to the mapvier config page where you were before
- Manage MapViewer tab -> Datasources tab and Create a dynamic data source for mvdemo
- You should see the data source you created in the Existing data sources list
- Start the BI services
- Go to Manage Map Tile Layers -> Manage tab
- Bring Online the Map Tile Layers use have created using Mapbuilder application
Step 6: Expose the maps in answers
- Login to Analytics
- Administration -> Map Data Management -> Manage Map Data
- Import Layers, Background Maps, Images
- Edit a layer and assign a BI column values to the spatial column. For example STATE in the map to the States column in the Region table
- Do the same for the background
- Go to Answers and create a simple report with a measure and a layer column (for example state) and add a map view to the analysis
- Use the layer and background you exposed and assigned a BI column
Blog author: Soumya Kancheti
Soumya is a contributing blog author on the Business Intelligence Practice team at BizTech.