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Oracle Essbase 9 implementation guide [electronic resource] : develop high-performance multidimensional analytic OLAP solutions with Oracle Essbase / Sarma Anantapantula, Joseph Sydney Gomez.

Author/Creator:
Anantapantula, Sarma.
Edition:
1st edition
Publication:
Birmingham, U.K. : Packt Publishing Ltd., 2009.
Series:
From technologies to solutions
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (444 p.)
Subjects:
Essbase (Computer file).
Client/server computing.
Database design.
OLAP technology.
System design.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
System Details:
text file
Summary:
Develop high-performance multidimensional analytic OLAP solutions with Oracle Essbase 9 with this book and eBook
Contents:
Cover; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Installing Oracle Essbase; Installing the Essbase analytic server; Installing Essbase Administration Services; Starting the EAS; Installing the Essbase Add-in for Microsoft Excel; A typical network setup; Summary; Chapter 2: Essbase Data and Design Considerations; Introduction to OLAP; Determining the data requirements; Determine data storage options; Types of Essbase applications; Aggregate Storage Option (ASO); Block Storage Option (BSO); Unicode and Non-Unicode applications; Creating your first Essbase application
Essbase Application PropertiesStartup section; Security; Minimum access level; Types of Essbase databases; The normal (non-currency) database; Essbase currency database; Database components; The database outline; Linked Reporting Objects; Partitions; Calculation scripts; Report scripts; Database load rules files; Allowing duplicate member names; Create your first Essbase database; General tab; Dimensions tab; Statistics tab; Caches tab; Transactions tab; Storage tab; Currency tab; Modifications tab; Types of Essbase users; Summary; Chapter 3: Building the Essbase Outline; Before we begin
The Essbase outline-the foundationDimensions and members; Outline member descriptors; Generations and Levels; Generation; Level; Types of dimensions; Standard dimension; The Account dimension type; The Time dimension type; The Country dimension type; No dimension type or general dimension; The Currency Partition dimension type; The Attribute dimension; Dense and Sparse dimensions; Build your first outline; Member properties; Member consolidations; Valid consolidation operators; Member storage; Member formulas; Member alias; Alias table; Build your first data rules file
Step 1: Start the Data Prep EditorStep 2: Associate the Dimension Build Rules file; Step 3: Open data load file or the SQL data source file; Step 4: Set the Data Source Properties; Step 5: Set the View to Dimension build fields; Step 6: Select Dimension build method; Generation reference; Level reference; Parent-child reference; Step 7: Format file; Step 8: Associate fields with dimensions; Step 9: Validate the Dimension Build rules file; Update your outline using a rules file; Update your outline using the EAS Outline Editor; Update using MaxL Shell; Executing MaxL from EAS editor
Executing MaxL from command promptAttribute dimensions; User Defined Attributes (UDA); Dynamic Time Series; Shared members; Summary; Chapter 4: Loading Data into Essbase; Make your data Essbase-friendly; Essbase-friendly thoughts; Essbase-friendly example; Types of data sources; Type of data; Types of files used for data loads; Relational databases; Data load methods; Data file freeform (no load rule); Essbase export and import (no load rule); Structured data load (load rule used); Microsoft Excel Lock and Send (no load rule); Building your first data load rules file
Step 1: Starting the Data Prep Editor
Notes:
Includes index.
Contributor:
Gomez, Joseph Sydney.
ISBN:
1-282-17235-2
1-84719-687-X
9786612172359
OCLC:
697738948
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