Avoiding Common Pain Points When Migrating to XI — Vol 5 A 2007 user conference presentation by Tim Nightingale, Strategic Technology Architect Are you experiencing little tribulations with your migration project, or are you trying to discover all the “gotchas” before you dive in? Overwhelmed by the differences between versions and don’t know where to start? Then, this session is for you! Examine the common areas that cause issues and delays during a migration project. Identify the pain points, understand why they come up, and how they can be avoided in advance. Hear best-practice recommendations on how to plan, test, and implement the move to BusinessObjects XI R2. Both IT managers and technical staff can gain a better understanding of the tasks involved, and how to make the migration as seamless as possible. Download the slide deck at: www.bobjects.com (1MB) Need more information? Visit: www.businessobjects.com Need to speak with some one today contact Jeffrey Michaels directly through this channel.
XML Schema is the new language standard from the W3C and the new foundation for defining data in Web-based systems. There is a wealth of information available about Schemas but very little understanding of how to use this highly formal specification for creating documents. Grasping the power of Schemas means going back to the basics of documents themselves, and the semantic rules, or grammars, that define them. Written for schema designers, system architects, programmers, and document authors, Modeling Business Objects with XML Schema guides you through understanding Schemas from the basic concepts, type systems, type derivation, inheritance, namespace handling, through advanced concepts in schema design.
*Reviews basic XML syntax and the Schema recommendation in detail.
*Builds a knowledge base model step by step (about jazz music) that is used throughout the book.
*Discusses Schema design in larg. . . More >>
Manage data integration and data quality, to help you build an agile and trustworthy data foundation, underpinning any type of business or IT initiative. More at: www.businessobjects.com
I’m not sure how the two are different. Could someone please explain the application of Cognos BI toolset and its functionality VS Business Objects and it’s applications and functionality.