About Daan Bakboord

I am currently working as an Oracle Business Analytics Managing (Applications) Consultant for Quistor in the Netherlands. I joined Quistor to help expanding the Oracle Business Analytics Practice within this company. Because of DNA of Quistor I will have a strong focus on Oracle Business Analytics (OBIEE, BICS and OBIA) and Oracle JDEdwards.

I am certified as Oracle Business Intelligence Foundation Implementation Specialist (1Z0-526) and Oracle BIA – Oracle Business Intelligence Applications 7 for ERP Certified (1Z0-525)  Implementation Specialist

Oracle Certified SpecialistOracle Partner Network Certified Specialist

Next to it I have strong interest in (the Architecture of – TOGAF 9, ArchiMate 2 ) …….

togaf9-certified archimate2-certified

 

……… and Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing in general (CBIP certified ).


Check my CV / Resume here.

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed on this blog are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views, official policy or position of my current employer nor Oracle.

5 thoughts on “About Daan Bakboord”

    1. Hi Carina,

      Thanks for checking out my site. I checked yours, but I will have to use Google Translate. My Brazilian is not that good…..

      If you want to divulge my blog, I can add yours to my Blogroll?

      Thanks.

      – Daan

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  1. Hi Dann,

    I have a question about Oracle EBS and Oracle BI HRMS Security Integration. Can I email you directly my question? It’s regarding an issue we have discovered with users that have assigned multiple Oracle Responsibilities with different types of Security Profiles. For example, a user will have a responsibility A (Secure by selected Organizations), responsibility B (Secure by Business Group) and responsibility C (Employee Self Service that is defined own record). We discovered that a user with this access can view everyone associated to the Organization defined on their EBS record in OBIEE. Security Profile functions as expected in Oracle EBS but apparently not being recognized in OBIEE. We think it’s due to a flaw with the security group reading the users own Oracle EBS organization and thus allowing accessing to view everyone in their Organization. How can exclude access to the users own Oracle EBS assigned Organization in OBIEE?

    Thank you for any guidance you can provide.

    Robert

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  2. Please help,How can I change the date format to a custom one in OBIEE.I want to
    see date in my user friendly format for Date Format MM/DD/YYYY to filter with
    leading zero(number) eg (01.21.2008) and not M/D/YYYY (1.21.2008).I would appreciate it if you could give me a step by step process on how to do it in RPD
    or somewhere.I know how to change the data format in my column propeties since i have more that 5000 columns that need changed.I am looking for a localised area
    that can take care of business.
    Thanks

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