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Explore Angles for Oracle-Generator for Tableau

Overview

This chapter provides information about the Angles for Oracle Generator user interface and how the metadata for NoetixViews and Noetix Analytics is organized in the presentation layer of the Angles for Oracle Generator.

In This Chapter

The topics available in this chapter are as follows:

About Angles for Oracle Generator Interface

This topic provides information about the Angles for Oracle Generator user interface.

User Interface Elements

This section contains an annotated screen shot of the Angles for Oracle Generator user interface.

  1. File menu: Displays the Edit Filters, Open, Close, Save, Open in Tableau Desktop, and Exit commands. The Open in Tableau Desktop command will be available only after you save a Tableau data source file.
  2. Data source list: Enables you to view the NoetixViews or Noetix Analytics data source that you selected when you accessed the Angles for Oracle Generator. You can select a different data source from the list to load the corresponding metadata.
  3. Left pane: Displays the NoetixViews or Noetix Analytics metadata objects in a tree structure. You can expand the folders to display the Noetix views and columns or Noetix Analytics relationship sets, field definition folders, and fields. You can right-click in the left pane to access the Expand All, Collapse All, Unselect All commands on the shortcut menu.
  4. Right pane: Displays the entity-relationship diagram (ERD) for the selected metadata objects. Information about the associated hierarchies and applied filters is also displayed. A filter icon will appear on the object corresponding to a Noetix view or Noetix Analytics table when one or more filters are applied to the view or table.
  5. ERD: Shows a Venn diagram that is used to indicate the type of join between the selected metadata objects. The join type can be left outer join, right outer join, or inner join.
  6. Bottom pane: Displays the description of the current metadata object. You can move the pointer over an object to display the description of the object.
  7. Edit Filter: Enables you to specify the data filters for the selected NoetixViews columns or Noetix Analytics fields in the Data Filters window.
  8. Save: Allows you to save the selected metadata objects in a Tableau data source file.
  9. Open in Tableau: Allows you to open a saved Tableau data source file in the Tableau Desktop. The button is available only after you save the Tableau data source file.

Representation of Noetix Metadata

Representation of NoetixViews Metadata

This section contains annotated screenshots that show how the NoetixViews metadata is organized in the Angles for Oracle Generator. The descriptions of the annotated objects are provided at the end of the section.

Screenshot 1

Screenshot 2

  1. The top-level node that contains a group of global roles that corresponds to NoetixViews modules.
  2. The child node that contains the views pertaining to a global role.
  3. The child node that contains the global key flexfield views associated with the global roles for the top-level node.
  4. The child node that contains the nodes for parent-child hierarchies and parent-child essentials views for an Accounting Flexfield structure. You can use these views with only global views that support parent-child hierarchies out of the box.
  5. The top-level node that contains a group of standard roles pertaining to NoetixViews modules for an Oracle E-Business Suite organization.
  6. The child node containing the views for a standard role.
  7. The child node pertaining to a global view.
  8. The child node pertaining to a key flexfield view.
  9. The child node pertaining to a parent-child hierarchies view for a segment of an Accounting Flexfield structure.

Representation of Noetix Analytics Metadata

This section contains annotated screenshots that show how the Noetix Analytics metadata is organized in the Angles for Oracle Generator. The descriptions of the annotated objects are provided at the end of the section.

Screenshot 3

Screenshot 4

  1. The top-level node that contains one or more Noetix Analytics modules.
  2. The child node corresponding to a Noetix Analytics module.
  3. The child node that contains the NOETIXDM relationship sets for a Noetix Analytics module.
  4. The child node for a NOETIXDM relationship set.
  5. The child node that contains the NOETIXODS relationship sets for a Noetix Analytics module.
  6. The child node for a NOETIXODS relationship set.
  7. The child node for a field definition folder.
  8. The child node for a field definition folder that provides hierarchy information for customers or parties.
  9. The child node for a field definition folder that provides hierarchy information for an Accounting Flexfield segment.

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Explore Angles for Oracle-Generator for Tableau

Overview

This chapter provides information about the Angles for Oracle Generator user interface and how the metadata for NoetixViews and Noetix Analytics is organized in the presentation layer of the Angles for Oracle Generator.

In This Chapter

The topics available in this chapter are as follows:

About Angles for Oracle Generator Interface

This topic provides information about the Angles for Oracle Generator user interface.

User Interface Elements

This section contains an annotated screen shot of the Angles for Oracle Generator user interface.

  1. File menu: Displays the Edit Filters, Open, Close, Save, Open in Tableau Desktop, and Exit commands. The Open in Tableau Desktop command will be available only after you save a Tableau data source file.
  2. Data source list: Enables you to view the NoetixViews or Noetix Analytics data source that you selected when you accessed the Angles for Oracle Generator. You can select a different data source from the list to load the corresponding metadata.
  3. Left pane: Displays the NoetixViews or Noetix Analytics metadata objects in a tree structure. You can expand the folders to display the Noetix views and columns or Noetix Analytics relationship sets, field definition folders, and fields. You can right-click in the left pane to access the Expand All, Collapse All, Unselect All commands on the shortcut menu.
  4. Right pane: Displays the entity-relationship diagram (ERD) for the selected metadata objects. Information about the associated hierarchies and applied filters is also displayed. A filter icon will appear on the object corresponding to a Noetix view or Noetix Analytics table when one or more filters are applied to the view or table.
  5. ERD: Shows a Venn diagram that is used to indicate the type of join between the selected metadata objects. The join type can be left outer join, right outer join, or inner join.
  6. Bottom pane: Displays the description of the current metadata object. You can move the pointer over an object to display the description of the object.
  7. Edit Filter: Enables you to specify the data filters for the selected NoetixViews columns or Noetix Analytics fields in the Data Filters window.
  8. Save: Allows you to save the selected metadata objects in a Tableau data source file.
  9. Open in Tableau: Allows you to open a saved Tableau data source file in the Tableau Desktop. The button is available only after you save the Tableau data source file.

Representation of Noetix Metadata

Representation of NoetixViews Metadata

This section contains annotated screenshots that show how the NoetixViews metadata is organized in the Angles for Oracle Generator. The descriptions of the annotated objects are provided at the end of the section.

Screenshot 1

Screenshot 2

  1. The top-level node that contains a group of global roles that corresponds to NoetixViews modules.
  2. The child node that contains the views pertaining to a global role.
  3. The child node that contains the global key flexfield views associated with the global roles for the top-level node.
  4. The child node that contains the nodes for parent-child hierarchies and parent-child essentials views for an Accounting Flexfield structure. You can use these views with only global views that support parent-child hierarchies out of the box.
  5. The top-level node that contains a group of standard roles pertaining to NoetixViews modules for an Oracle E-Business Suite organization.
  6. The child node containing the views for a standard role.
  7. The child node pertaining to a global view.
  8. The child node pertaining to a key flexfield view.
  9. The child node pertaining to a parent-child hierarchies view for a segment of an Accounting Flexfield structure.

Representation of Noetix Analytics Metadata

This section contains annotated screenshots that show how the Noetix Analytics metadata is organized in the Angles for Oracle Generator. The descriptions of the annotated objects are provided at the end of the section.

Screenshot 3

Screenshot 4

  1. The top-level node that contains one or more Noetix Analytics modules.
  2. The child node corresponding to a Noetix Analytics module.
  3. The child node that contains the NOETIXDM relationship sets for a Noetix Analytics module.
  4. The child node for a NOETIXDM relationship set.
  5. The child node that contains the NOETIXODS relationship sets for a Noetix Analytics module.
  6. The child node for a NOETIXODS relationship set.
  7. The child node for a field definition folder.
  8. The child node for a field definition folder that provides hierarchy information for customers or parties.
  9. The child node for a field definition folder that provides hierarchy information for an Accounting Flexfield segment.

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