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Oracle Warehouse Builder 11gR2: Getting Started 2011 by Bob Griesemer

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Summary

That's it. We've gone through the install process of the Oracle 11g database. It automatically installs the Warehouse Builder components as well as the OWBSYS database user. We've also gone through a standalone installation of the OWB client on a separate workstation and have run Repository Assistant to configure our first workspace. We've also discussed the architecture of the Warehouse Builder components as they are now installed on our system. OWB is now installed and ready to use, so we can begin our project of designing and installing a data warehouse.

The general process we're going to follow throughout the rest of the book to actually build our data warehouse is to start by defining our data sources—where we will import the data ...

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