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Pentaho Reporting 3.5 : Integration with Olap engines

 
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Hi Will,
I'm interested in knowing whether/how the integration with olap engines to derive statistical reports based on the data obtained from Olap is provided by this API. Would also like to know if/how the hierarchical Dimension Graphs can be plotted alongwith the Cross-Tab reports. I'm really looking forward to know more about it

-Darryl
 
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Hi Darryl,

Pentaho Reporting supports OLAP using Pentaho Analysis, AKA the Mondrian ROLAP Engine. Also available is the olap4j data factory, which allows you to access XMLA based OLAP data sources. Support for cross tabs in the 3.5 release is limited, you can display multiple levels of a dimension in the cross tab, but it is not yet drag and drop capable.
 
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The data source we are using is XMLA based...olap4j should solve my problem....Thanks for reply Will...

-Darryl
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