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Announcement: BI Publisher Support on Solaris, HPIA, AIX platforms, and BI Publisher Reports Page, and BI Publisher emctl and emcli are Deprecated in Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13.4 (Doc ID 2698627.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 28, 2020

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager Base Platform - Version 13.4.0.0.0 and later
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit)
HP IA64 HPUNIX
IBM AIX on POWER Systems (64-bit)

Details

Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) Publisher is Oracle's reporting tool for authoring, managing, and delivering highly formatted documents. BI Publisher ships standard with Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c.

 

What is being Deprecated in 13.4:

Starting with Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13.4, Solaris, HPIA and AIX Platforms will be deprecated and desupported for BI Publisher because they will no longer be supported by Oracle Business Intelligence (OBIEE).

OBIEE that has been rebranded to Oracle Analytics Server (OAS) - See <Document 1664916.1>. The following is also deprecated from the Enterprise Manager

 

What will be removed in 13.5:

The following will be removed from the Enterprise Manager 13.5.0.0.0 Framework:

The following Reports will be removed from the Enterprise Manager 13.5.0.0.0:

 

What will be new in 13.5:

Oracle Analytics Server (OAS) v5.5.0 (or above) will need to be installed independently outside of Enterprise Manager and configured with Enterprise Manager to use Custom and Out of Box Migrated Reports. A white paper will be provided for the same along with a zip file for current Out of Box reports.


Impact:

Beginning with Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13.5, OAS v5.5.0 and above will need to be installed outside of Enterprise Manager and configured with Enterprise Manager to use Custom and Out of Box Migrated Reports.

 

Actions

What do you need to do?

If you are currently using BI Publisher in Enterprise Manager:

Move to Standalone OAS Installation on Oracle Linux 6, Oracle Linux 7, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

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