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Oracle® Communications Data Model Reference
Release 11.3.2

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Preface

The Oracle Communications Data Model Reference describes the data model structures for Oracle Communications Data Model. Since the needs of each Oracle Communications Data Model environment are unique, Oracle Communications Data Model is configurable so it can be modified to address each customer's needs.

Audience

The audience for the Oracle Communications Data Model Reference includes the following:

  • IT specialists, who maintain and adjust Oracle Communications Data Model. They are assumed to have a strong foundation in Oracle Database and PL/SQL, Analytic Workspace Manager, and Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition.

  • Database administrators, who will administer the data warehouse and the database objects that store the data. They are assumed to understand Intra-ETL, which is used to transfer data from one format to another; as well as PL/SQL and the Oracle Database.

  • Business analysts, including information and data analysts, market analysts and sales analysts.

This document is also intended for data modelers, data warehouse administrators, IT staff, and ETL developers.

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