|Oracle9i OLAP Services Developer's Guide to the Oracle OLAP API
Release 1 (9.0.1)
Part Number A88756-01
Setting Up the Development Environment, 2 of 5
Chapter 1 describes the software components that are involved in an application that uses the OLAP API. The Oracle installation provides all of the components that run on the OLAP Services computer. In addition, the installation provides
jar files that are needed on the application development computer for creating an OLAP API client application.
As an application developer, you must copy these
jar files from the OLAP Services computer to the computer on which you will write your Java application. The files that you copy supply the OLAP API client software and CORBA software that is used by the OLAP API.
The application development computer must have the following components:
jarfiles, which represent the OLAP API client software. The Oracle installation provides these files, along with OLAP API reference documentation and sample Java progams that use the OLAP API.
jarfiles, which support the underlying CORBA connection between your application and OLAP Services. The Oracle installation provides these files.
jarfiles, which provide CORBA naming services so your application can find an OLAP service. The Oracle installation provides these files.