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Prelude Recently one of our regular customers called our tech support complaining of the Direct-version's slow performance: an OLAP-slice of a thousand rows and a few columns took several minutes to get calculated. After analyzing the test database a...
RadarCube for all platforms exists in two editions: Direct (sometimes also referred to as Desktop edition because it assumes working on a desktop computer) and MSAS (because of the MS Analysis Services OLAP server this edition connects to). This articl...
All RadarCube products are subjects to Developer License. This means you have to obtain a License for every developer working with the Software, since under the terms of this License only one developer is permitted to work with the product. So, if you ...
HierCube VCL and RadarCube VCL are very similar products intended for the same purposes. So, they may seem quite hard to distinguish. This article is meant to shed some light on the problem. ...
LICENSES If you're about to buy RadarCube for any platform (ASP.NET, Windows Forms, WPF, VCL) there are three types of licenses to choose from. These are the DEVELOPER, SITE and ENTERPRISE licenses. So what is the difference between them and how to ch...
All RadarCube versions (WinForms, ASP.NET & VCL) share the same principle of saving its data that allows both saving and later restoring of: * The Grid or the Chart state (pivot-panels, drilling, sorting, filtering, grouping and so on) * Current vis...
The _SNOWFLAKE SCHEMA_ is a kind of the star schema warehouse model, but a more complex one in comparison to a typical star schema. Graphical representation of the schema resembles a snowflake, hence the name. Snowflake schemas normalize dimensions ...
The star schema is the simplest data warehouse schema. It is called a star schema because its diagram resembles a star: the center (one or more fact tables) is directly joined to its points - the dimension tables. ...
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