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  • Title Oracle Data Warehousing Guide
  • Author(s) Michael Schrader, John Dakin, Kieron Hardy, Matthew Townsend, Michael Whitmer, Bonnie K. O'Neil
  • Publisher: Oracle Corporation
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  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0672310775
  • ISBN-13: 978-0672310775
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Book Description

This book provides an overview of the components needed to produce an Oracle data warehouse. Topics include: project planning; data scrubbing; metadata; data modelling; star schema; spatial challenges; security; backup and recovery; tuning loads; data mining; and data marts.

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