Updating is not supported by data source
See the Oracle Database documentation for more information.
This section contains the following topics: Database In-Memory is a high-performance, in-memory data manager.
You do not need to create a new repository if you already have an existing repository.
For an existing repository, you can use the existing data source settings in that file as a template to connect to different data sources.
After you import metadata, properties in the associated database object and connection pool are typically set automatically.
However, you may want to adjust database or connection pool settings.
In some cases, client components must be installed on the computer where the Java Host process is located.
These configuration steps are sometimes required before you can import physical objects from your data sources into your repository file, or set up connection pools to your data sources.
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It also describes how to use a standby database with Oracle Business Intelligence.
This chapter contains the following topics: After you create an Oracle BI repository file, you can import metadata from your data sources into the Physical layer of your repository.
See Chapter 7, "Setting Up Database Objects and Connection Pools" for more information.