|Oracle9i OLAP Developer's Guide to the OLAP API
Release 2 (9.2)
Part Number A95297-01
Setting Up the Development Environment, 4 of 5
To make the
jar files accessible in your development environment, take the following steps:
jarfiles on your computer where the installation procedure copied them. Look in the
olap/olapi/libsubdirectory of the Oracle home directory.
jarfiles accessible to the Java integrated development environment (IDE) that you are using. An example of an IDE is Oracle JDeveloper.
CLASSPATHenvironment variable to include the paths of the files on your computer.
If you want to access the OLAP API Javadoc on your application development computer, locate the
jar files that contain them on your computer where the installation procedure copied them. Look in the
olap/olapi/doc subdirectory of the Oracle home directory. Consult the
readme.txt file in that directory for instructions on how to install the files and access them in your Web browser.
If you want to examine or run a sample Java program that uses the OLAP API, you can obtain it from the Oracle MetaLink (iSupport) Web site. To get the program, list the patches for the Oracle OLAP product in the Oracle Server product family on the Solaris or Windows NT platform. Search for a patch named "OLAP API Sample Program," and download the file.