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Common Warehouse Metamodel Developer's Guide

ISBN: 978-0-471-20243-1
752 pages
January 2003
Common Warehouse Metamodel Developer
  • Written by the authors of the Common Warehouse Metamodel (CWM) specification, this book is the official and authoritative developer's guide
  • Provides a comprehensive look at how to develop database and data warehouse applications using the Common Warehouse Metamodel
  • Covers the full development lifecycle including application design
  • implementation, and deployment
  • Companion Web site includes updates on the technology, descriptions of tools, and links to vendor sites
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Acknowledgments.

Introduction.

About the Authors.

PART ONE: INTRODUCTION.

Chapter 1. Introducing CWM.

Chapter 2. An Architectural Survey of CWM.

Chapter 3. Modeling Meta Data Using CWM.

Chapter 4. Meta Data Interchange Patterns.

PART TWO: INTRODUCING THE VERTICAL MODELS.

Chapter 5. Data Warehouse Management Model.

Chapter 6. Dimensional Model.

Chapter 7. Web-Enabled Data Warehouse Model.

Chapter 8. Meta Data Repository Model.

PART THREE: IMPLEMENTATION AND DEPLOYMENT.

Chapter 9. Integration Architecture.

Chapter 10. Interface Rendering.

Chapter 11. Implementation Development.

Chapter 12. Conclusion.

bibliography.

Index.
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JOHN POOLE is a Distinguished Software Engineer at Hyperion Solutions and a coauthor of the CWM specification.

DAN CHANG is a member of the Database Technology Institute at IBM and a coauthor of the CWM specification.

DOUGLAS TOLBERT is a Consulting Engineer at Unisys Corporation and a coauthor of the CWM specification.

DAVID MELLOR is a Consulting Engineer at Oracle Corporation and a coauthor of the CWM specification.
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Companion Site
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