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OBIA -Create ODBC Database Connections


By on August 24, 2013


Create ODBC Database Connections

Install and configure on the Developer Machine that will host the DAC Client and Informatica PowerCenter Tools

The machines that will host these components require connectivity to the Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse (target) database, transactional (source) database(s), and the DAC and Informatica repository databases.

Start up ODBC Data Source Administrator. In the System DSN table, click Add





You must use the Oracle Merant ODBC driver to create the ODBC connections. The Oracle Merant ODBC driver is installed by the Oracle Business Intelligence Applications installer. Therefore, you will need to create the ODBC connections after you have run the Oracle Business Intelligence Applications installer and have installed the DAC Client


Select the ODBC driver “Oracle Merant ODBC Driver”. Click Finish




Enter the information in the Oracle ODBC Driver Configuration Dialog Box; for example:

Data Source Name = DataWarehouse
Description = DataWarehouse
Server Name = devbi.tessco.com
 Client Version = 10gR1


Keep all other default values and settings intact. Click “Test Connection”




Enter User Name “bawdev” and Password “bawdev11”. Click OK




Click OK to return to Oracle ODBC Driver Configuration screen. Click OK




In the System DSN table, click Add




Select the ODBC driver “Oracle Merant ODBC Driver”. Click Finish





Enter the information in the Oracle ODBC Driver Configuration Dialog Box


Data Source Name = ORA_R12
Description = ORA_R12
Server Name = devr12.tessco.com
User ID = apps


Keep all other default values and settings intact. Click “Test Connection”

Enter User Name “apps” and Password “apps”. Click OK






Click OK to return to Oracle ODBC Driver Configuration screen. Click OK






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