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Oracle® Retail Data Model Reference
Release 11.3.2

Part Number E20361-02
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A  B  C  D  E  I  L  M  O  P  R  S  T  U 

A

aggregate entities, Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.1.5
aggregate population scripts for intra-ETL, 6.1
aggregate tables, Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.6

B

base entities
Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.1.3
base tables, Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.4
business areas, 2.2

C

calendar population
utility scripts, 11.1
control and configuration tables, Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.7
control tables, A

D

data mining in Oracle Retail Data Model, 10
database sequences, Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.9
derived entities, Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.1.4
derived population scripts for intra-ETL, 6.1
derived tables, Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.5, 6.2

E

entities, Oracle Retail Data Model
aggregate, 2.1.5
base, 2.1.3
derived, 2.1.4
logical, 2
lookup, 2.1.2
mapping to tables, 4
entity dictionary, 2.4, 2.4
ETL, Oracle Retail Data Model
intra-ETL, 6.1
intra-ETL scripts, 6.2, 6.3
introduction to, 6.1
source-ETL, 6.1

I

intra-ETL
DWC_OLAP_ETL_PARAMETER table, A.2
execution of workflow, 6.1, 6.6
Intra-ETL scripts
aggregate population, 6.1
derived population, 6.1
intra-ETL, Oracle Retail Data Model
scripts, 6.2

L

logical data model, 2.4
business areas, 2.2
subject areas, 2.2
logical data model, Oracle Retail Data Model, 2
logical entities, Oracle Retail Data Model, 2
logical to physical mapping, Oracle Retail Data Model, 4
lookup entities, Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.1.2
lookup tables, Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.3

M

mappings, Oracle Retail Data Model
logical to physical, 4
materialized views, Oracle Retail Data Model
intra-ETL scripts, 6.3
metadata tables, Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.8

O

OLAP model cubes
Oracle Retail Data Model, 9
OLAP model dimensions
Oracle Retail Data Model, 8
Oracle Retail Data Model
about, 1.1
logical data model, 2
OLAP model cubes, 9
OLAP model dimensions, 8
physical data model, 3.1
physical data model partitioning, 5
reports, 12, 13
utility scripts, 11
ORDM_INTRA_ETL_FLW
process flow, 6.1, 6.6, 6.6
ordm_sys schema, 3.1

P

physical data model
partitioning, 5
physical data model, Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.1
PKG_INTRA_ETL_PROCESS package, 6.2.27, A.1
PKG_INTRA_ETL_UTL package, 6.2.28
PL/SQL packages
PKG_INTRA_ETL_PROCESS, 6.2.27, A.1
PKG_INTRA_ETL_UTIL, 6.2.28
process flow
ORDM_INTRA_ETL_FLW, 6.1, 6.6, 6.6

R

reference entities
Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.1.1
reference tables.
tables
Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.2
reports, 12, 13

S

schemas, Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.1
subject areas, 2.2

T

tables, Oracle Retail Data Model
aggregate, 3.6
base, 3.4
control and configuration, 3.7
database sequences, 3.9
derived, 3.5, 6.2
lookup, 3.3
mapped from logical entities, 4
metadata, 3.8
reference, 3.2

U

utility scripts
calendar population, 11.1
Oracle Retail Data Model, 11