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E-Business Intelligence Architecture

E-Business Intelligence Architecture

E-Business Intelligence is designed to support a multi-tiered architecture.

The first tier, the database tier, provides the foundation technology for E-Business Intelligence. The database tier can be implemented as a transactional (OLTP) or a warehouse (OLAP) schema. The transactional schema provides users with real-time report data. The warehouse schema provides users with summarized data that supports more complex reporting and decision making. The type of schema you choose determines the type of content that is available to your users.

The second tier, the applications tier, provides the load balancing and business logic for the E-Business Intelligence. It processes requests from the third tier (client tier) and sends results from the database tier to the client tier.

The third tier, the client tier, supports user activities such as reporting from the web, and administration.

If you are installing Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW), you are implementing the E-Business Intelligence using the warehouse schema. For more information on Oracle Applications and multi-tier architecture, see Oracle Applications Concepts.

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