You can build and run MDX (Multidimensional Expressions) queries by creating MDX functions (a type of OLAP functions) that return a result set. The OLAP functions can be executed using any sort of SQL command, such as an INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, and so on. You can also create tables, which can be used for your MDX queries and be stored in your Analysis Services OLAP database.
Also, the provider supports Microsoft Office Analysis Services (OLAP) data sources and data mining models, which are stored in the Microsoft Analysis Services OLAP database. Thus, you can use Analysis Services data sources to create BI applications by placing them in a SQL Server Analysis Services cube.
In addition, the Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services 9.0 OLE DB Provider enables you to choose any MDX (Multidimensional Expressions) function to run as a computed column in a SELECT statement. This way, you can make use of the functions to filter or group data.
To do so, you will first need to create the functions that contain this functionality and then add them to a cube. Therefore, this provider enables BI developers to create powerful and complex queries.
In addition, the provider supports an Analysis Services data mining model and enables you to create BI applications by interacting with the data stored in the model.
Also, the Analysis Services OLAP cube interfaces seamlessly with a SQL Server Analysis Services cube, a Microsoft Office Analysis Services data source, and a Microsoft Office Analysis Services data mining model. Therefore, you can interact with Analysis Services data without leaving SQL Server Management Studio.
In addition, the provider enables BI developers to choose which MDX (Multidimensional Expressions) functions to use when building an MDX query, whether it is an INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, or so on. Therefore, by using the most suitable functions, you can group and aggregate data or run queries to locate and analyze groups.
Moreover, the provider supports all the Analysis Services functions, including MDX functions (analytic functions), constructs (calculations), and functions (aggregation functions), as well as functions and named sets (a type of scalar function).
For instance, let’s take the following simple fact table, which contains orders shipped.
Suppose that you want to calculate the total amount spent on shipping for all customers and eea19f52d2
Xito Application Manager (XAM) is a network based Java application and content manager.
It lets you launch Java Applets, JNLP Applications and Native applications, much like you would from your web browser.
It also allows you to launch Java applications using Java Web Start and to launch and manage web sites that run inside your web browser.
The protected content that can be launched by the XAM application manager includes protected Java Applets, JNLP Applications and Native Applications, and also allows you to launch Java applications using Java Web Start and to launch and manage web sites that run inside your web browser.
Why would you use XAM?
Easy to use!
XAM application manager is designed for the ordinary consumer. It allows you to launch any application or content that is on the internet, or on your local network.
When it comes to web based applications it is arguably easier to use a web browser to launch an application than to download and install Java Runtime Environment (JRE).
When used with a secure JRE, JNLP, or Web Start a JNLP application manager, the XAM, makes launching and managing protected enterprise Java applications easy.
You can configure access to web sites that run inside your web browser and use the XAM application manager to launch and manage them.
By using the XAM you can launch and manage your local native applications, if they are installed locally, or remotely if they are available on a network server.
Java based content (Java Applets, JNLP Applications, Java Web sites) are protected with the XAM to provide a secure and easy access experience.
Here are some key features of the XAM:
￭ Allows you to Launch Web Based Java Applications
￭ Allows you to Launch Web Based Java Applications using Java Web Start
￭ Allows you to Launch Web Sites that run inside your web browser and manage them
￭ Provides the ability to allow your Java Application and Web Site Access
￭ Allows you to drag and drop application URLs from your web browser into the application manager
￭ Launch Java Applets, JNLP Applications and Native Applications
￭ Supports launching any application that can be launched from your web browser
￭ Ability to auto launch protected Java Applets, JNLP Applications and Native Applications (Java 1.5 or greater) using Java Web Start
￭ Ability to launch Java Applets, JN