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Design Patterns and Guidelines for OBIEE 10g-Based Web Applications
Design patterns and guidelines describe common flows or page designs that are used across all product families. They are built according to common requirements using industry best practices and tested for usability. A set of best practices and patterns have been defined around the capabilities of OBIEE, which in turn will help application developers bring compelling and consistent experiences to business intelligence, or BI, applications.
 
Note: Design patterns do not address every possible interaction needed by a product; the design patterns address only those interactions that appear frequently across all product families.
   
 
How should you use patterns and guidelines?
 
 

To best use design patterns and guidelines during the conception and development phase of a product, follow this process:

 
 
  • Identify business goals
  • Determine usage
  • Identify key user tasks
  • Understand the patterns
  • View OBIEE examples
  • Define your layouts
  • Using OBIEE 10g
  • Customize components
  • Apply best practices
Want to know more about the process? View a detailed process here.
 
 
Who could benefit from using these design patterns and guidelines?
 
 

Product managers, product developers, and customers can use these design patterns and guidelines to achieve the following outcomes:

 
 
Product Managers
  • Develop concepts
  • Validate concepts
  • Easily find the best patterns for an application
 
Product Development
  • Develop concepts
  • Define layouts
  • Customize OBIEE 10g component
 
Customers
  • Modify layouts
  • Customize charts and graphs
 
 
What can you achieve by using design patterns and guidelines?
 
 
Improved analysis Patterns help you design applications that provide the most relevant information at the right time.
Improved data representation Patterns help you identify the best way to represent complex data in charts, graphs, and analytical tables. The Pattern Filter Tool can help you choose the right graph and chart representation.
Simpler decision-making Patterns help you analyze and take the necessary preemptive or remedial actions.
Better collaboration Patterns provide direction on the use of collaboration tools, including mash-ups.
 
 
Disclaimer: Oracle does not provide any additional support. Please use these guidelines and design patterns at your own discretion.
 

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