A brief respite for me...I get to work remotely this week.
Admittedly I have gotten into the habit, finally, of traveling, so it's a little strange to be home (never thought I would say that). There is no shortage of respect from me for those who travel all the time. It's a hard life.
Our Usage Tracking reports are a tad slow and I've been looking into the logs trying to decipher them. Unlike the database which has a multitude of resources, OBIEE has hardly any. Christian did point me to this Mark Rittman article, which is good, but not great (not because the author is lacking...there just isn't that much to go on). rnm1978 suggested MOS, but I don't have access right now...besides, it seems to be having problems again anyway.
While I'm on the subject of performance and rnm1978, I should link up to this article which highlights 3 recent posts by Cary Millsap. All 3 are excellent reads and require your immediate attention.
The reason I am home this week is so that I can go to a Doctor's visit with Kate. We finally found a place where they might be able to help diagnose her. Most of her doctors have been more concerned with keeping her alive (healthy) and haven't worried too much about her developmental delays (still not talking...but she can sign "daddy"). Anyway, the place is called The Tridas Center and we're excited/nervous. Excited about finding her better help and nervous about the possibilities (more specifically, what a diagnosis would mean).