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Oracle Books Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Developer's Guide
By: Mark Rittman
Paperback: 672 pages (March 31, 2008)
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media (Oracle Press)

Written by Oracle experts, this book explains how to build custom BI applications using Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition. The book covers all of Oracle's BI product offerings, including Oracle Warehouse Builder and the recently acquired and incorporated Siebel Analytics product. Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Developer's Guide teaches you how to design a BI database, load data using Oracle's ETL tool, and execute reporting, publishing, and analysis. The book puts the tools in context and offers real-world advice on the most appropriate approach to take for specific BI deployments.

Oracle Books BI Publisher for Oracle E-Business Suite
By: LearnWorks
Paperback: 136 pages (December 27, 2007)
Lulu Press

The book starts with the history of versions and the advantage of learning BI publisher is that BI publisher developer can develop reports not just for Oracle but also for Siebel, JD Edwards and PeopleSoft. The book gives step by step guided practice lessons. In short I would recommend this will be a great selection to start with.

Oracle Books Oracle Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence Solutions
By: Robert Stackowiak, Joseph Rayman, Rick Greenwald
Paperback: 190 pages (January 10, 2007)

Written by a team of Oracle insiders, this authoritative book provides you with the most current coverage of the Oracle data warehousing platform as well as the full suite of business intelligence tools. You'll learn how to leverage Oracle features and how those features can be used to provide solutions to a variety of needs and demands. Plus, you'll get valuable tips and insight based on the authors' real-world experiences and their own implementations.

Oracle Books Professional Oracle Programming
By: Rick Greenwald, Robert Stackowiak, Gary Dodge, David Klein, Ben Shapiro, Christopher G. Chelliah
Paperback: 790 pages (June 17, 2005)
Wrox Press

A good book for an introduction to Oracle, but especially good if you are interested in the areas of Business Intelligence, HTML-DB, XML DB and Regular Expressions