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Oracle 10g Release 2 Data Warehousing Guide

Oracle 10g Release 2 Data Warehousing Guide

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Oracle9i
Data Warehousing Guide
Release 2 (9.2)
March 2002
Part No. A96520-01
Oracle9i Data Warehousing Guide, Release 2 (9.2)
Part No. A96520-01
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Contents

Send Us Your Comments.................................................................................................................xix Preface..........................................................................................................................................................xxi What\u2019s New in Data Warehousing?........................................................................................xxxiii Part I Concepts

1
Data Warehousing Concepts
What is a D ata Warehouse?...............................................................................................................1-2

Subject Oriented............................................................................................................................1-2 Integrated.......................................................................................................................................1-2 Nonvolatile....................................................................................................................................1-3 Time Variant..................................................................................................................................1-3 Contrasting OLTP and Data Warehousing Environments.....................................................1-3

Data Warehouse Architectures.........................................................................................................1-5

Data Warehouse Architecture (Basic)........................................................................................1-5 Data Warehouse Architecture (with a Staging Area)..............................................................1-6 Data Warehouse Architecture (with a Staging Area and Data Marts).................................1-7

Part II Logical Design
2 Logical Design in Data Warehouses
Logical Versus Physical Design in Data Warehouses..................................................................2-2

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