Oracle Business Intelligence Administration Client Login

I am having issue setting up the Oracle Business Intelligence Administration Client to the dataware house.  I have created DSN (See screen1.jpg -- Tahiti and vaclobi) in ODBC connection.  However I can not see the ODBC system DSN (Tahiti and vaclobi) that I created when login Online user mode (See Screen2.jpg and Screen3.jpg).  I am looking for a solution from any one whom had this issue before or point me to the right direction!
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
Which Bit versions are you running?

Make sure you don't try to mix and match.

There are two ODBC admin tools in 64 Bit Windows:

Check out the docs at:
10.3 Configuring an ODBC DSN for the Oracle BI Server on Windows

This section explains how to create an ODBC DSN for the Oracle BI Server on Windows to enable remote client access. You use the Oracle BI Server DSN Configuration Wizard to set up an ODBC DSN that you can use to connect to a repository through the Oracle BI Server.

The Oracle BI Server ODBC driver is a 32-bit application. Use the 32-bit version of ODBC Data Source Administrator located at C:\Windows\SysWOW64\odbcad32.exe.

The 64-bit version of the ODBC Data Source Administrator (located at C:\Windows\system32\odbcad32.exe) does not show the Oracle BI ODBC driver.
eli411Author Commented:
Found the solution myself!  Here is what I did!

1)  I deleted the ODBC driver which I created previously.
2)  Re-create a new System DSN with different name.
3)  Copy the tnsnames.ora file into the C:\Program Files\Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition Plus Client Tools\oraclebi\orainst\config\OracleBIServerComponent\coreapplication
4)  Now I can see the datasource in the Oracle Business Intelligence Administration page.

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eli411Author Commented:
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