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Oracle® Retail Data Model Implementation and Operations Guide
Release 11.3.2

Part Number E20363-03
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A  C  D  E  F  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T 

A

access layer, 2.1
customizing, 3, 3.1
Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.1, 3
As Is reports, 5.6.1
As Was reports, 5.6.1

C

compression
in Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.4.2, 2.4.2.1, 2.4.2.1.1
materialized views, 3.4.4
configuring Oracle Retail Data Model warehouse, A.2
conventions
when customizing physical model, 2.2.2
cubes
adding materialized view capabilities to, 3.3.3.2
changing the dimensions of, 3.3.6
changing the measures of, 3.3.6
customizing, 3.3.4
data maintenance methods, 3.3.9
forecast, 3.3.7
in Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.3.4, 3.3.5
partitioning, 3.3.8
customizing
access layer, 3
cubes, 3.3.4
Oracle Retail Data Model, 1.2
physical data model, 2

D

dashboards, Oracle Retail Data Model, 5.2, 5.7
data governance committee, responsibilities of, 1.3.2
data mining models
customizing, 3.2.2
derived tables
in Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.2
dimensional components, Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.3

E

error handling
during intra-ETL execution, 4.6
ETL for Oracle Retail Data Model, 4.1

F

fit-gap analysis for Oracle Retail Data Model, 1.5
forecast cube in Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.3.7
foundation layer
defined, 2.1
Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.1
foundation layer of Oracle Retail Data Model
common change scenarios, 2.3.1

H

HCC, 2.4.2.1.3
hybrid columnar compression
and Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.4.2.1.3

I

implementers of Oracle Retail Data Model
prerequisite knowledge, 1.3.1
implementing
Oracle Retail Data Model, 1.2
indexes
in Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.4.5
materialized views, 3.4.2
partitioning, 2.4.5
integrity constraints
in Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.4.4
intra-ETL
managing errors, 4.6
monitoring execution of, 4.6.1
Oracle Retail Data Model, 4.1
recovery, 4.6.2
troubleshooting, 4.6.3
intra-ETL, Oracle Retail Data Model
executing, 4.4.1.2.1

J

join performance, improving, 2.4.6.3

K

keys, surrogate
in Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.4.3

L

loading Oracle Retail Data Model data, 4.4

M

materialized views, 3.4.1
compressing, 3.4.4
in Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.4
indexing, 3.4.2
partition change tracking, 3.4.3
partitioning, 3.4.3
refresh options
refreshing, 3.4.1
Metadata Dependency Manager
with Oracle Retail Data Model, 1.4.5
metadata management
repository, 1.4.2, 1.4.3, 6.2
with Oracle Retail Data Model, 1.4
metadata repository, 1.4.2
browsing, 1.4.3, 6.2
with Oracle Retail Data Model, 1.4.3, 6.2

N

naming conventions
for physical model of Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.2.2

O

Oracle data mining models
Oracle Retail Data Model, 3.2.2.1
Oracle Retail Data Model
access layer, 2.1, 3
components of, 1.1.1
customizing, 1.2
customizing physical model, 2.1, 2.2, 2.2.1, 2.2.2, 2.4
dashboards, 5.2
data governance, 1.3.2
described, 1.1
dimensional components, 3.3
ETL, 4.1
fit-gap analysis, 1.5
foundation layer, 2.1
implementing, 1.2
intra-ETL, 4.1
loading, 4.4
Metadata Dependency Manager, 1.4.5
metadata management, 1.4
metadata repository, 1.4.2, 1.4.3, 6.2
Oracle products used by, 1.1.2
Oracle Warehouse Builder, using with, 1.4.5
physical layers of, 2.1
pre-implementation tasks, 1.3
querying, 5.3
refreshing data, 4.5
reporting, 5.1, 5.3
sample reports, 5.2
source-ETL, 4.1, 4.2, 4.2.2, 4.2.3, 4.2.4, 4.2.5
staging layer, 2.1
tablespaces, design recommendations, 2.4.1
Oracle Retail Data Model implementers
prerequisite knowledge for, 1.3.1
Oracle Retail Data Model warehouse
configuring, A.2
sizing, A.1
Oracle Warehouse Builder
with Oracle Retail Data Model, 1.4.5

P

parallel execution
enabling for a session, 2.4.7.1
enabling for DML operations, 2.4.7.2
in Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.4.7
partition change tracking, 3.4.3
partition exchange load, 4.2.7.5
partitioned indexes in Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.4.5
partitioning
cubes, 3.3.8
for join performance, 2.4.6.3
for manageability, 2.4.6.1
for source-ETL, 4.2.7.5
indexes, 2.4.5
materialized views, 3.4.3
tables, 2.4.6
partitions, changing, 2.4.1
physical model of Oracle Retail Data Model
characteristics of, 2.1, 2.2, 2.2.1
customizing, 2.2.2
general recommendations for, 2.4

Q

querying Oracle Retail Data Model, 5.3

R

refreshing
Oracle Retail Data Warehouse, 4.5
reporting
Oracle Retail Data Model, 5.1, 5.3
reports
approaches to, 5.1
As Is, 5.6.1
As Was, 5.6.1
troubleshooting performance, 5.5
reports, Oracle Retail Data Model
creating new, 5.8

S

sample reports
customizing, 5.2
sizing
Oracle Retail Data Model warehouse, A.1
source-ETL
exception handling, 4.2.6
jobs control, 4.2.5
loading considerations, 4.2.7
Oracle Retail Data Model, 4.1, 4.2, 4.2.2, 4.2.3, 4.2.4, 4.2.5, 4.2.7
parallel direct path load, 4.2.7.4
partitioning for, 4.2.7.5
workflow, 4.2.5
staging layer, 2.1
Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.1
star queries, optimizing, 5.4
surrogate keys
in Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.4.3

T

tables
compressing, 2.4.2, 2.4.2.1, 2.4.2.1.1
derived, 3.2
partitioning, 2.4.6
tablespace in Oracle Retail Data Model, 2.4.1