Users missing cache
January 26, 2009
A very good cache article by David Kwan
January 27, 2009

I’m getting close to a 100 unique visitors daily. I’d really appreciate if you could take a minute and leave a comment about yourself – how did you find the blog? do you like it? how could I improve? did you find information you were looking for? do you check it daily / weekly? Please leave a comment – and let me know (just add “don’t publish”) if you don’t want your comment to be published.

Thank you in advance.


  1. Adrian Ward says:

    Hi. Thanks for the link.
    Keep up the good work
    I was thinking of adding a Job roll for European roles. How is that going for you ?


  2. says:

    i’m a new man in the biee area,just find your blog from obiee101’s link.i will keep looking your article.lastly,my english isn’t fluent,hope you can understand.

  3. Mohan says:

    Hi ,

    I am regular vistor to all OBIEE blogs , u could be more interactive , if u could respond to user’s doubts , thats wht i guess will give more confidence in u r blogs


  4. Lokesh says:

    i found through Google, when i was searching for OBIEE Job Manager tool

  5. Bharati says:


    Get to read some very good tips here.. Iam still a fresher in the OBIEE domain and to be sincere I feel somewhat low when I read blogs of all you Gurus(John Minkjan,Andreeasnobbmann,Christian,Venkat)as I feel ther’s still soooo very much that i should learn.. :( but Iam also at the same time very thankfull that there are channels of help for us from people like you.. thank you so much.. :)
    Keep up the good work..

    Your reply would be a great encouragement to me.. :)
    In anticipation of your reply..

    Thanks again..

  6. Andriy Yakushyn says:


    Thank you for kind words. First of all, best of luck in your learning – you’re fortunate that there’re so many sources of information available.

    Second, all the people you’ve mentioned have helped Oracle to evangelize OBIEE. I think that for some time – their websites were the only source of OBIEE knowledge in public domain (before OTN forums – which they’re contributing tremendously and before Oracle by example tutorials).

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