Oracle Knowledge Base article 1488475.1

I have a colleague that has become quite the OBIEE expert over the last few months.  She loves OBIEE sometimes more than others, especially given the amount of patches that have come out.

A couple of months ago I upgraded her OBIEE implementation at a client to, but I noticed today that a new round of OBIEE patches were available.  So, how do you find out what patches are available?  Log into Oracle Support ( and search the Knowledge Base for article 1488475.1.  This article lists the patches available for various releases of OBIEE 11g.

OBIEE consists of the following:

  • Patch 16094198
  • Patch 16094192
  • Patch 16080520
  • Patch 16094205
  • Patch 16094211
  • Patch 16067995
  • Patch 16097082

This patch set was released on February 5, 2013

This is a cumulative bundle patch to go on top of current releases  (excluding FA

Patch 16094198 (1 of 7) Oracle Business Intelligence Installer. (generic)

Patch 16094192 (2 of 7) Oracle Real Time Decisions. (generic)

Patch 16080520 (3 of 7) Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher. (generic)

Patch 16094205 (4 of 7) Oracle Business Intelligence ADF Components. (generic)

Patch 16094211 (5 of 7) Enterprise Performance Management Components Installed from BI Installer (port-specific)

Patch 16067995 (6 of 7) Oracle Business Intelligence. (port-specific)

Patch 16097082 (7 of 7) Oracle Business Intelligence Platform Client Installers and MapViewer  (generic)


The Readme files for the above patches describe the bugs fixed in each patch, and any known bugs with the patch.

This patch is cumulative, and therefore contains all of the fixes included in the earlier,,, and patch sets.

However, lists of fixes from included patch sets need to be looked up in the respective patches’ readme files, and are not included in the above patches’ readme files.

The instructions to apply the above patches are identical, and are contained in the readme file for patch 16094198.

Please bear in mind, that the readme states to apply patch 13952743 for JDeveloper, too.

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