The Oracle OLAP Application Developer's Guide explains how SQL and Java applications can extend their analytic processing capabilities by using the OLAP option in the Enterprise edition of the Oracle Database. It also provides information for Oracle DBAs about managing resources for OLAP.
The preface contains these topics:
This manual is intended for applications developers and DBAs who perform these tasks:
Develop business intelligence applications
Design and develop dimensional data stores (analytic workspaces)
Administer Oracle Database with the OLAP option
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Explains the syntax of PL/SQL packages and types and the column structure of views related to Oracle OLAP.
Contains a complete description of the OLAP Data Manipulation Language (OLAP DML) used to define and manipulate analytic workspace objects.
Introduces the Oracle OLAP API, a Java application programming interface for Oracle OLAP, which is used to perform online analytical processing of the data stored in an Oracle database. Describes the API and how to discover metadata, create queries, and retrieve data.
Describes the classes and methods in the Oracle OLAP Java API for querying analytic workspaces and relational data warehouses.
Describes the classes and methods in the Oracle OLAP Java API for building and maintaining analytic workspaces.
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