Oracle Airlines Data Model Implementation and Operations Guide describes best practices for implementing a data warehouse based on Oracle Airlines Data Model.
This preface contains the following topics:
This guide is intended for business analysts, data modelers, data warehouse administrators, IT staff, and ETL developers who implement an Oracle Airlines Data Model warehouse.
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Oracle Airlines Data Model Documentation Set
For more information on Oracle Airlines Data Model, see the following documents:
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