|Re: Introducing Certive [message #20 is a reply to message #11]
||Fri, 27 August 2004 22:30
| Paul Clenahan
Registered: July 2009
The Certive technology sounds interesting from your posting and a look at
Certive's web site. Technology in this area is exactly what we had in mind
for the wider scope of the BIRT project.
Imagine a scenario where BIRT includes many of the dimensions of Business
- Data Modeling tools for defining schemas, meta data
- ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) tools for creating and maintaining the data
- Developer-oriented reporting tools for embedded reporting from operational
and data warehouse stores within the application
- Business-user query tools for providing users with flexible ad hoc access
to that data
- Analysis tools that enable power-users to slice-and-dice the same data
And all leveraging the Eclipse framework.
Which aspects of your technology are Eclipse-based today and would you be
interested in contributing to the BIRT project?
"Mohsin Beg" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Here at Certive we have built a significant strategy and toolset on the
> eclipse/gef platform for a MDA methodology for our BI/data-abstraction
> Being more towards the server side of the BI/data-abstraction space, we
> be interested
> in finding ways to accelerate the development towards the latter part of
> this initiative, eg ETL modeling, data centric modeling for relational and
> multi-dimensional systems across various datasources on multiple protocols
> (ie MDX/HTTP, SQL/ODBC etc), both on the rich client and possibly in a
> browser too.
> Would love to kick off a thread on what interested folks think about this
> this newsgroup.
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