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How To Improve the Functionality of Exporting Data from Analyses, Dashboards, and other Oracle BI Presentation Catalog Objects into Microsoft Excel with OBIEE (Doc ID 1595671.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 06, 2019

Applies to:

Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition - Version to [Release 11g]
Business Intelligence Server Enterprise Edition - Version to [Release 11g]
Oracle Exalytics Software - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document updates important information that was not able to be included in the Oracle® Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition Suite Bundle Patch Readme, Release -- E49944-01

The information will be updated in the next update of the Release Notes.

This document has subsequently been updated with other relevant performance tuning tips for exports in one convenient location and to supplement the Performance Tuning Guide between releases.



Note: We now recommend moving to the Oracle Analytics Cloud, the latest 12c on-premise version or if you must stay on 11g longer.  The export code has been re-factored with optimization and file size / compression improvements that cannot be back ported to or lower.


This information is provided for OBIEE System Administrators and requires minimal expertise to implement the solution.  This is applicable to OBIEE 11g ( which is a bundle patch released after the OBIEE patch set.  See:  OBIEE 11g: Required and Recommended Bundle Patches and Patch Sets (Doc ID 1488475.1) and OBIEE 12c: Required and Recommended Bundle Patches and Patch Sets For Oracle Business Intelligence 12c (Doc ID 2070465.1) for additional information.
This also applies to Exalytics.


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 Section 5.2: Editing Settings in OracleBIJavahostComponent

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