Fusion SaaS – Finding The View Object You Need for Data Extracts

For other A-Team articles by Richard, click here Introduction For good reason, the database of Fusion SaaS products is not available for ETL tools to work directly against. The recommended approach to extract data for most use cases, is through the BI Cloud Connector tool.  This pulls data from ‘View Objects’ in the Business Intelligence layer […]

Extracting Data from Fusion SaaS via View Objects with Data Sync

For other A-Team articles by Richard, click here Introduction The Oracle Data Sync tool provides the ability to extract from both on-premise, and cloud data sources, and to load that data into Oracle Analytics Cloud Service (OAC), Oracle Autonomous Analytics Cloud Service (OAAC), and other oracle relational databases, or into Essbase. In the most recent 2.5 […]

Using Data Sync to Extract and Load Data from Fusion SaaS using the BI Cloud Connector (BICC) and UCM

For other A-Team articles by Richard, click here Introduction The Oracle Data Sync tool provides the ability to extract from both on-premise, and cloud data sources, and to load that data into Oracle Analytics Cloud Service (OAC), Oracle Autonomous Analytics Cloud Service (OAAC), and other oracle relational databases, or into Essbase. In the most recent release, […]

Connecting Oracle Data Sync to the Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud using OCI

Introduction This post details the steps required to create connections in Oracle Data Sync to the Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud (ADWC) using the JDBC Oracle Call Interface (OCI) driver. It is a companion and alternative to the A-Team post Data Sync and the Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud (ADWC) which uses the JDBC Thin driver. For additional details about […]

Data Sync and the Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud (ADWC) and Exadata Express Cloud Service

For other A-Team articles by Richard, click here Introduction The Data Sync tool provides the ability to extract from both on-premise, and cloud data sources, and to load that data into BI Cloud Service (BICS), Oracle Analytics Cloud Service (OAC), and other relational databases. In the latest release, the tool adds the ability to both load […]

Using Native SSH Tunnel Functionality within the Data Sync Tool to Secure Connections

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction The Data Sync tool provides the ability to extract from both on-premise, and cloud data sources, and to load that data into BI Cloud Service (BICS), Oracle Analytics Cloud Service (OACS), and other relational databases. Last year I covered an approach that could […]

BICS Data Sync – Running Post Load Procedures against a Schema Service DB

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction The Data Sync tool provides the ability to extract from both on-premise, and cloud data sources, and to load that data into BI Cloud Service (BICS), and other relational databases. In the recent 2.2 release of Data Sync, the functionality to run Post Session […]

BICS Data Sync – Running Post Load Procedures Against DBCS and Oracle RDBMS

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction The Data Sync tool provides the ability to extract from both on-premise, and cloud data sources, and to load that data into BI Cloud Service (BICS), and other relational databases. In the recent 2.2 release of Data Sync, the functionality to run Post […]

Installing Data Sync in Compute for Cloud to Cloud Loading into BICS

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction The Data Sync tool provides the ability to extract from both on-premise, and cloud data sources, and to load that data into BI Cloud Service (BICS), and other relational databases.  In some use cases, both the source databases, and the target, may be in ‘the […]

Loading Data from Generic JDBC Sources into BICS

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction Version 2.2 of the Data Sync tool was released September 2016 and added the ability to connect to a number of different data sources via JDBC. Setting up these Data Sources in Data Sync varies by the source.  Rather than create a single article […]

Loading SalesForce Data into BICS with Data Sync

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction Version 2.2 of the Data Sync tool was released Septembert 2016 and added the ability to connect to a number of different data sources via JDBC. Setting up these Data Sources in Data Sync varies by the source.  Rather than create a single article […]

Loading Oracle Service Cloud (RightNow) Data into BICS with Data Sync

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction Version 2.2 of the Data Sync tool was released September 2016 and added the ability to connect to a number of different data sources via JDBC. Setting up these Data Sources in Data Sync varies by the source.  Rather than create a single article to […]

Using SSH for Data Sync Loads to BI Cloud Service (BICS)

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction Since this article was written, the ability to create an SSH tunnel has been added as inbuilt functionality to the Data Sync tool.  For more details of how to use that, please see this article.  The method detailed in this article can be […]

Using BICS Data Sync to Extract Data from Oracle OTBI, either Cloud or On-Premise

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction Last year I wrote about configuring the BICS Data Sync Tool to extract data from ‘On-Premise’ data sources and to load those into BI Cloud Services (BICS).  That article can be found here. In March 2016 the Data Sync Tool added the ability to connect and […]

Configuring the Data Sync Tool for BI Cloud Service (BICS)

For other A-Team articles about BICS and Data Sync, click here Introduction The Data Sync Tool provides the ability to synchronize data from on-premise sources to the BI Cloud Service (BICS).  The tool can source from both relational data, and flat files, and it can be used for one-off loads, or in an incremental fashion […]