Create a Presentation Layer Objects
1 . In the Presentation layer, right-click the Sample Sales subject area and select New Presentation Table to open the Presentation Table dialog box.
2 . On the General tab, enter Customer Regions in the Name field.
3 . Click OK to close the Presentation Table dialog box. Confirm that the Customer Regions presentation table is added to the Sample Sales subject area in the Presentation layer.
4 . In the BMM layer, expand Sample Sales > D3 Customer.
5 . Drag the following logical columns from D3 Customer to Customer Regions in the Presentation layer: Address 1 Address 2 Area City Country Name Estab Name Postal Code Region
State Province State Province Abbrv Your column names may be slightly different depending on how you renamed them.
6 . Reorder the Customer Regions presentation columns in the following order, from top to bottom: Region Area Country Name State Province
State Province Abbrv City Postal Code Address 1 Address 2 Estab Name
7 . Double-click the Sample Sales subject area in the Presentation layer to open the Subject Area dialog box.
8 . Click the Presentation Tables tab.
9 . Reorder the presentation tables so that Customer Regions appear after Customers.
10 . Click OK to close the Subject Area dialog box. Confirm that the presentation tables appear in the expected order.
You now have two presentation tables, Customers and Customer Regions, mapped to the same logical table, D3 Customer. The D3 Customer logical table is mapped to two physical sources: D3 Customer and D4 Address. 11. Save the repository and check global consistency when prompted. You should receive a message that there are no errors, warnings, or best practice violations to report.
If you do receive any consistency check errors or warnings, fix them before proceeding.
12. Click OK to close the consistency check message.
13. Close the repository. Leave the Administration Tool open.
For an in-depth understanding of OBIEE click on
- OBIEE 11g Tutorials
- New Features in OBIEE11g
- Checking Out a Project in OBIEE 11g
- Making Changes to the Repository in OBIEE
- Setting Up a Multiuser Development Environment in OBIEE