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Oracle® Communications Data Model Operations Guide
11g Release 1 (11.2)

Part Number E15883-01
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B

browsing metadata, Oracle Communications Data Model, 2.3

C

compression with Oracle Communications Data Model, 4.6
cube materialized views in Oracle Communications Data Model, 4.3.1
customizing
Oracle Communications Data Model, 2.1
Oracle Communications Data Model data mining models, 4.4
Oracle Communications Data Model OLAP cubes, 4.3
Oracle Communications Data Model reports, 4.1

D

data mining, Oracle Communications Data Model
modifying models, 4.4
refreshing models, 3.5.3
troubleshooting, 3.6.4
DWC_OLAP_ETL_PARAMETER table
values for incremental load, 3.5.2.1
values for initial load, 3.4.2

E

ETL
intra-ETL for Oracle Communications Data Model, 3.2
overview for Oracle Communications Data Model, 3.2
source-ETL for Oracle Communications Data Model, 3.2
troubleshooting Oracle Communications Data Model, 3.6.3

F

fit-gap analysis, Oracle Communications Data Model, 2.2

M

materialized views in Oracle Communications Data Model, enabling, 4.3.1
Metadata Browser, Oracle Communications Data Model, 2.3

O

OLAP cubes, Oracle Communications Data Model
enabling materialized views of, 4.3.1
forecasts, 4.3.3
modifying, 4.3
populating, 3.2, 3.5.2
Oracle Communications Data Model
components of, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3
customization steps, 2.1
described, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4
extending logical model, example, 2.4.1
fit-gap analysis, 2.2, 2.4
forecasting in, 4.3.3
incremental load, 3.5
initial load, 3.4
Metadata Browser, 2.3
modifying logical model, example, 2.4.2
overview, 1.4
prerequisite customizer knowledge, 1.5
products used by, 1.3
reports, 4.1
sizing, 3.3
using compression, 4.6
using parallelization, 4.7
Oracle Communications Data Model data mining models
modifying, 4.4
refreshing, 3.5.3
troubleshooting, 3.6.4
Oracle Communications Data Model OLAP cubes
creating new forecasts, 4.3.3
enabling materialized views of, 4.3.1
modifying, 4.3
populating, 3.2, 3.5.2
Oracle Communications Data Model reports
customizing, 4.1
tools, 4.1.1
troubleshooting, 4.1.2
writing, 4.2

P

parallelization
with Oracle Communications Data Model, 4.7
partitions, changing
in Oracle Communications Data Model, 4.5
populating Oracle Communications Data Model
ETL, 3.2
handling errors, 3.6
incremental load, 3.5
initial load, 3.4
intra-ETL, 3.2
pre-population tasks, 3.1
source-ETL, 3.2

R

reports, Oracle Communications Data Model
customizing, 4.1
tools, 4.1.1
troubleshooting, 4.1.2
writing, 4.2

S

sizing, Oracle Communications Data Model, 3.3

T

tablespaces, changing
in Oracle Communications Data Model, 4.5
troubleshooting Oracle Communications Data Model
data mining models, 3.6.4
ETL, 3.6.3
report performance, 4.1.2