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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: oracle9i crash when using cube viewer

    I install a new oracle database V9.2.0.1 with sample datawarehouse.
    The OS is W2k advanced Server.
    I want to browse cube in Enterprise management console
    by right clicking "cube viewer...". Howerver, oracle report
    a message that no materized view is created for cube, then
    database crashed.

    How to solve this problem?


    Thanks in advance.


    Steven
    Last edited by Steven Liu; 07-21-03 at 10:00.

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    Re: oracle9i crash when using cube viewer

    I have heard the same before too about the piece called Cube Viewer.
    I remember a posting with reference to Oracle 8.1.7 sometime back.
    By the way, what does the Cube Viewer do, and I will try and get you the URL of the posting.

    Thanx and Regards
    Aruneesh


    Originally posted by Steven Liu
    I install a new oracle database V9.2.0.1 with sample datawarehouse.
    The OS is W2k advanced Server.
    I want to browse cube in Enterprise management console
    by right clicking "cube viewer...". Howerver, oracle report
    a message that no materized view is created for cube, then
    database crashed.

    How to solve this problem?


    Thanks in advance.


    Steven

  3. #3
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    Re: oracle9i crash when using cube viewer

    Thanks for reply.
    Cube is one type of object in OLAP that oracle 9i provides. The pervious
    OLAP version of oracle is Express. With cube viewer, you can view
    the measures and dimension just like analysis services provided by
    SQL Server.

    I don't know why oracle crashed by using cube viewer.

    You can mail to liucongxin@powerise.com.cn for detailed discussion.


    Originally posted by aruneeshsalhotr
    I have heard the same before too about the piece called Cube Viewer.
    I remember a posting with reference to Oracle 8.1.7 sometime back.
    By the way, what does the Cube Viewer do, and I will try and get you the URL of the posting.

    Thanx and Regards
    Aruneesh

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