I am using a Oracle Database
and was facing an error while importing metadata from the Oracle Database. I connected
via the SQL Client and works perfectly. Then while doing the step 2.b it worked
perfectly for me.
- In the
Select Data Source screen, in the Connection Type field, select the type
of connection appropriate for your data source, such as ODBC 3.5.
Make sure to choose OCI 10g/11g if your data source is an
Oracle Database. Using OCI as your connection protocol to an Oracle Database
ensures better performance and provides access to native database features that
are not available through ODBC.
For non-Oracle databases, it is
recommended that you use ODBC 3.5 or DB2 CLI (Unicode) for importing schemas
with International characters, such as Japanese table and column names.
The remaining fields and options on the Select Data
Source screen vary according to the connection type you selected:
For ODBC 2.0 and ODBC 3.5 data sources, in the DSN list,
select a data source from which to import the schema. Then, provide a valid
user name and password for the data source.
Note that when you import through the Oracle BI Server,
the DSN entries are on the Oracle BI Server, not on the local computer.
For OCI 10g/11g and DB2 CLI (Unicode) data sources,
provide the name of the data source in the Data Source Name field, then provide
a valid user name and password for the data source.
Database data sources, the data source name is either a full connect string or
a net service name from the tnsnames.ora file. If you enter a net service name, you
must ensure that you have set up a tnsnames.ora file within the Oracle Business
Intelligence environment, in
After doing this step I
could import the tables without any issues.
Cheers and have fun !!!
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