The Oracle Retail Data Model Reference contains technical information about the various components and objects for Oracle Retail Data Model, a start-up kit for implementing a retail data warehouse solution. This technical information includes information about the Oracle Retail Data Model logical and physical data models, intra-ETL, OLAP dimensions, data mining packages, and analytic workspace.


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

  • IT specialists, who maintain and adjust Oracle Retail Data Model. They are assumed to have a strong foundation in Oracle Database and PL/SQL, Oracle Warehouse Builder, which generates the data warehouse, AWM, 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; Oracle Warehouse Builder, which generates the data warehouse, 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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