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Last post 10-07-2009, 3:24 PM by crestinul. 2 replies.
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  •  09-15-2009, 9:14 AM 7607

    Business Intelligence Applications Smart with Oracle OLAP

    Business intelligence developers who want in-depth understanding and expert skill levels with OLAP will find that the book takes them significantly beyond product documentation and a wizard-based exposure to the technology. The book puts the reader on a learning path beginning with a definition and explanation of the benefits of OLAP, and ending with a comparison of multidimensional analysis techniques to other the analytical approaches used in business intelligence applications: data mining and statistics. On this path the reader learns the syntax and programming techniques, and discovers the information analysis principles that motivate its use.
    The content of the book is based on the Oracle 10g database, however, most of the programming statements shown will work with other editions of the database, such as Oracle 9i and 11g, and even earlier editions of the technology found in stand-alone products such as the Express database, Oracle Financial Analyzer, and Oracle Sales Analyzer. So if you are developing business intelligence systems in Oracle or porting from one of these platforms this book gives you helpful information you will use to get the job done.
    The analysis principles presented are universal and can be applied to any OLAP system, for example Essbase, Cognos, Business Objects, and Microsoft Analysis Services. So whether you are new to business intelligence or a seasoned practitioner, you should find The Multi-dimensional Data Modeling Toolkit with plenty of valuable insights to offer. e book is available on Amazon directly from the publisher's website at http://www.learn-Oracle-OLAP.com .
  •  10-05-2009, 3:12 PM 7646 in reply to 7607

    Re: Business Intelligence Applications Smart with Oracle OLAP

    Above given information is really helpful especially for newbies who wants to retrieve the multidimensional data from sql 2005.I would also recommend a book on OLAP and believe me its pretty informative.The book is available on Amazon & you can buy an e-book directly from the publisher by writing OLAPWorldPress@gmail.com.
  •  10-07-2009, 3:24 PM 7647 in reply to 7607

    Re: Business Intelligence Applications Smart with Oracle OLAP

    kalyer:
    Business intelligence developers who want in-depth understanding and
    expert skill levels with OLAP will find that the book takes them
    significantly beyond product documentation and a wizard-based exposure
    to the technology. The book puts the reader on a learning path
    beginning with a definition and explanation of the benefits of OLAP,
    and ending with a comparison of multidimensional analysis techniques to
    other the analytical approaches used in business intelligence
    applications: data mining and statistics. On this path the reader
    learns the syntax and programming techniques, and discovers the
    information analysis principles that motivate its use.
    The content of the book is based on the Oracle 10g database, however,
    most of the programming statements shown will work with other editions
    of the database, such as Oracle 9i and 11g, and even earlier editions
    of the technology found in stand-alone products such as the Express
    database, Oracle Financial Analyzer, and Oracle Sales Analyzer. So if
    you are developing business intelligence systems in Oracle or porting
    from one of these platforms this book gives you helpful information you
    will use to get the job done.
    The analysis principles presented are universal and can be applied to
    any OLAP system, for example Essbase, Cognos, Business Objects, and
    Microsoft Analysis Services. So whether you are new to business
    intelligence or a seasoned practitioner, you should find The
    Multi-dimensional Data Modeling Toolkit with plenty of valuable
    insights to offer. e book is available on Amazon directly from the
    publisher's website at http://www.learn-Oracle-OLAP.com .

    But we are sql server here not oracle...
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