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Oracle Essbase 11 Development Cookbook

By : Jose R Ruiz
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Oracle Essbase 11 Development Cookbook

By: Jose R Ruiz

Overview of this book

Oracle Essbase is a Multi-Dimensional Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) server, providing a rich environment for effectively developing custom analytic and enterprise performance management applications. Oracle Essbase enables business users to quickly model complex business scenarios. This practical cookbook shows you the advanced development techniques when building Essbase Applications and how to take these applications further. Packed with over 90 task-based and immediately reusable recipes, this book starts by showing you how to use a relational data model to build and load an Essbase cube and how to create a data source, prepare the mini schema, and work with the data elements in Essbase Studio. The book then dives into topics such as building the BSO cube, building the ASO cube, using EAS for development, creating Calculation Scripts and using MaxL to automate processes.
Table of Contents (17 chapters)
Oracle Essbase 11 Development Cookbook
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Modifying Essbase settings to improve calculation performance

In this recipe, we will execute a few steps that should improve the performance of your calculation script. This recipe is meant to be used as a list of components that you should consider. This is not a one-size-fits-all list of steps as there may be many factors that you have to take into account. We will discuss some of the other points you should consider. This recipe only applies to the BSO model.

Getting ready

To get started, click on the Start menu and navigate to Program | Oracle EPM System | Essbase | Essbase Administration Services | Start Administration Services Console. In the Log in menu, enter your Administration Server, Username, Password, and click the Log in button.

How to do it...

  1. Drill down on the Essbase Server in EAS, expand the Applications node, drill down on the Sample application, right-click on the Basic database, click on Edit, and then on Properties.

  2. Right-click on the Start menu; click Explore, browse to...