Oracle OLAP Java API Developer's Guide introduces Java programmers to the Oracle OLAP Java API, which is the Java application programming interface for Oracle OLAP. Through Oracle OLAP, the OLAP Java API provides access to data stored in an Oracle database, particularly data in an analytic workspace. The OLAP Java API capabilities for creating and maintaining analytic workspaces, and for querying, manipulating, and presenting data are particularly suited to applications that perform online analytical processing (OLAP) operations.
The preface contains these topics:
Oracle OLAP Java API Developer's Guide is intended for Java programmers who are responsible for creating applications that do one or more of the following:
Implement an Oracle OLAP metadata model.
Define, build, and maintain analytic workspaces.
Perform analysis using Oracle OLAP.
To use this manual, you should be familiar with Java, relational database management systems, data warehousing, OLAP concepts, and Oracle OLAP.
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