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    Syam Nakka
    BIP Bursting mechanism does not completely show the data in...
    Topic posted July 25, 2019 by Syam Nakka, last edited September 11, 2019, tagged Reporting 
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    Title:
    BIP Bursting mechanism does not completely show the data in Output PDF layout when we have two reports in Data Model.
    Summary:
    BIP Bursting mechanism does not completely show the data in Output PDF layout when we have two reports in Data Model.
    Content:

    I have a BIP Data Model which has two Data sets and they are of type Oracle BI Analysis
    Since I have two reports two groups are created G1 and G2 in the Structure.
    When I am adding the bursting query in the split by I can select only 1 split by column either G1's Split by column or G2's split by column.

    So if I am select either one of them, the other gets missed in the output PDF.

    How can i get the complete output file based on two Oracle BI Analysis. Please suggest.

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    12.2.1.3.0
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    • Rithwik

      Go through this.

      Check: datamodel is linked.

      Check the data model view results shows you both group

      Also trying reading this might help

      https://www.strsoftware.com/blog/how-to-burst-and-deliver-documents-from-bi-publisher-enterprise

    • Tom Strudley

      Hi

      So if my understanding is correct you want to schedule a report and for it to do two different bursts in one run? If so, I'm not sure that this is achievable. Bursting is a mechanism to send data in different ways, perhaps in different formats or to different audiences. It's intended to be run separately. So you create a new job and select each bursting query individually (Job A runs bursting query 1, Job B runs bursting query 2). If you do need to run them at the same time I would look to combine into one bursting query

      Thanks

      Tom

    • Mihaela M

      Well, you problem is that you can only have one bursting active at a time. So if you want to deliver multiple files via bursting you should use UNION in the bursting query based on your data sets. That should do the trick.

    • Sudhir Kolli

      please log idea in idea labs:

          Idea Labs Guidelines : https://cloudcustomerconnect.oracle.com/pages/35fcc3b659