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This Blog is to share my knowledge on Business objects. This is a Business objects Mashup will have all the article on Business objects. Client Tier The client tier is the only part of the BusinessObjects Enterprise system that administrators and end users interact with directly. This tier is made up of the applications that enable people to administer, publish, and view reports and other objects 2.

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This Blog is to share my knowledge on Business objects. This is a Business objects Mashup will have all the article on Business objects. Client Tier The client tier is the only part of the BusinessObjects Enterprise system that administrators and end users interact with directly. This tier is made up of the applications that enable people to administer, publish, and view reports and other objects 2.

Application tier The application tier hosts the server-side components that process requests from the client tier as well as the components that communicate these requests to the appropriate server in the intelligence tier 3.

It maintains all of the security information, sends requests to the appropriate servers, manages audit information, and stores report instances 4. Processing tier The processing tier accesses the data and generates the reports. It is the only tier that interacts directly with the databases that contain the report data 5. Data Tier The data tier is made up of the databases that contain the data used in the reports.

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Subject-Oriented: A data warehouse can be used to analyze a particular subject area. Integrated: A data warehouse integrates data from multiple data sources. For example, source A and source B may have different ways of identifying a product, but in a data warehouse, there will be only a single way of identifying a product. Time-Variant: Historical data is kept in a data warehouse. For example, one can retrieve data from 3 months, 6 months, 12 months, or even older data from a data warehouse. This contrasts with a transactions system, where often only the most recent data is kept. For example, a transaction system may hold the most recent address of a customer, where a data warehouse can hold all addresses associated with a customer.

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TXT File What are classes and subclasses? Classes are used to group similar objects in a report. A class can contain one or more subclasses. Subclasses contains further subcategory of objects in upper level of a class. Classes are used to organize objects in some logical manner. While creating queries on Universe you can find the information on objects that you have to use in query.

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