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Oracle® OLAP Customizing Analytic Workspace Manager
11g Release 2 (11.2)

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With Oracle Analytic Workspace Manager, Version 11.2, you can add custom objects and menus to the user interface. You can customize Analytic Workspace Manager by doing the following:

Chapter 1, "Customizing With XML Documents" describes how you can add reports and calculation templates to the navigation tree by using XML documents. It also describes how you can specify an Analytic Workspace Manager Java plug-in within an XML document.

Chapter 2, "Introducing Analytic Workspace Manager Plug-ins" describes the Java plug-in interfaces that Analytic Workspace Manager supports and demonstrates how to develop a plug-in. With a plug-in you can add items to the right-click menu of an Analytic Workspace Manager navigation tree object. You can also provide a viewer or an editor plug-in that displays in the Analytic Workspace Manager property inspector.

This document describes the Analytic Workspace Manager XML and Java plug-in interfaces and provides simple examples of implementations of them.

This preface contains the following topics.


This document is intended for XML or Java developers who want to use XML documents or Java plug-ins to extend the functionality of Analytic Workspace Manager in Oracle Database 11g Release 2 (11.2) with the OLAP option.

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Related Documents

For more information on Oracle OLAP, on using Analytic Workspace Manager, and on the Oracle OLAP Java API, see the following documents.


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