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Re: MySQL in the BI/DW space
Posted by: Harrison Fisk ()
Date: May 25, 2005 01:26PM

Hi Peter,

I have now responded to your post. I also moved it to the ODBC forum as it seemed more appropriate than the Newbie forum (there is a lot of posts there and they go un-answered quite easily sometimes). I am by no means an ODBC expert, but we can give it a try.

http://forums.mysql.com/read.php?37,26863,26863#msg-26863 is the URL to the new place.

There are also some more presentations on data warehousing from our UC at http://conferences.oreillynet.com/pub/w/35/presentations.html if you want some more light reading ;)

Harrison Fisk, Trainer and Consultant
MySQL AB, www.mysql.com

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Subject Views Written By Posted
MySQL in the BI/DW space 3943 Peter Nolan 05/20/2005 11:17AM
Re: MySQL in the BI/DW space 3647 Harrison Fisk 05/20/2005 07:12PM
Re: MySQL in the BI/DW space 3591 Peter Nolan 05/23/2005 03:58AM
Re: MySQL in the BI/DW space 2571 Edwin DeSouza 05/23/2005 06:40PM
Re: MySQL in the BI/DW space 2600 Peter Nolan 05/24/2005 02:44AM
Re: MySQL in the BI/DW space 2511 Edwin DeSouza 05/23/2005 06:42PM
Re: MySQL in the BI/DW space 2614 Harrison Fisk 05/24/2005 06:31PM
Re: MySQL in the BI/DW space 2527 Peter Nolan 05/25/2005 01:40AM
Re: MySQL in the BI/DW space 2548 Harrison Fisk 05/25/2005 01:26PM
Re: MySQL in the BI/DW space 2437 Peter Nolan 05/28/2005 04:16AM
Re: MySQL in the BI/DW space 3820 BI Explorer 11/13/2005 01:04PM
Re: MySQL in the BI/DW space 2544 mark 01/12/2006 12:09AM
Re: MySQL in the BI/DW space 2612 Mark Callaghan 06/29/2006 11:35PM


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