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Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 12c - second Edition by Haroun Khan, Christian Screen, Adrian Ward

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JMX, MBeans, Java, and interfacing Oracle BI

Similar to WLST, when there comes a time for automating processes that interface with WLS or Fusion Control EM, there is an opportunity to look at the System Management API Java programming. Again, using a handy-dandy IDE such as NetBeans or JDeveloper, putting together a custom Groovy or Java program that can be executed via command-line is a cinch for a Java programmer.

Previous versions of Oracle BI, 11g, used JMX and MBeans that are no longer used for interfacing with the Oracle BI 12c system. The legacy means interfacing with administrative functions of Oracle BI has been replaced with RESTful services, SOAP web services, and the WebLogic Management Framework.

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