The Oracle Retail Data Model Installation Guide describes how to install and configure Oracle Retail Data Model.
This guide is intended for anyone responsible for installing Oracle Retail Data Model on a supported operating system platform.
Installation of Oracle Retail Data Model requires basic knowledge of Oracle Database, Oracle OLAP, Oracle Data Mining, and Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition (BI EE).
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For more information about Oracle Retail Data Model, see the following documents in the Oracle Retail Data Model documentation set:
For information about installing and administering the software prerequisites for Oracle Retail Data Model, see the following:
For information about Linux, see the documentation for Red Hat Enterprise Linux at
http://www.redhat.com or for Oracle Linux at
For information about installing Oracle Database Enterprise Edition for your operating system, see the appropriate installation guide in the documentation library for your Oracle Database:
Oracle Database Documentation Library 10g Release 2 at
Oracle Database Documentation Library 11g Release 1 at
The documentation library also contains information about Oracle Online Analytic Processing (OLAP) and Oracle Data Mining.
For information about Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition (BI EE), see Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition Documentation at
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/bi-enterprise-edition/documentation/bi-ee-087853.html; installation information is on the Getting Started tab.
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