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11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
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Editing Analyses


If you are using Oracle BI Enterprise Edition in accessibility mode, then you use the "BI Composer wizard" rather than the "Analysis editor" to edit analyses. For more information on BI Composer, see Chapter 14, "Using BI Composer to Work with Analyses." For more information on accessibility mode, see Appendix C, "Accessibility Features."

To edit an analysis:

  1. In the global header, click Catalog to display the "Catalog page."

  2. Navigate to the analysis to edit and click the Edit link. The analysis is displayed in the "Analysis editor."

  3. Make the desired changes.

  4. Save the analysis.

Editing Upgraded Analyses that Contain "Advanced SQL"

In previous releases (prior to 11g), advanced users could edit the SQL statements for analyses using the Advanced tab. In this release, you can continue to use the "Analysis editor: Advanced tab" for this purpose, if the analysis does not contain features such as hierarchical columns, selections, or groups.

For more information, see "Examining the Logical SQL Statements for Analyses." For information on upgrade, see "Upgrading Analyses that Use Advanced SQL" in Upgrade Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence.