Thanks to all who replied.
I guess I realize odbc may work for most of the products as long as the
analytics tool works with RDBMS.
We'll be explore the Mondrian option as well.
Database Developer/Systems Administrator
College of Education
Texas A&M University
On Wed, 22 Sep 2004, Bradley Kieser wrote:
> I may be wrong but I am pretty sure that Cognos can work with it.
> Ben Kim wrote:
> >Dear list,
> >I wonder if I could get recommendations/reviews/experience for analytics
> >tools that can work off Postgresql database. I guess ROLAP will be the
> >natural solution, but is there a MOLAP engine that can work with
> >Postgresql database?
> >But established vendors' products don't seem to include support for
> >Postgresql. (I may be wrong so I'm seeking opinion.)
> >For example, Business Objects OLAP doesn't seem to work with Postgresql.
> >Also, this may not be directly related with the database, but could anyone
> >offer some opinions about Business Objects Crystal Enterprise Express?
> >What we want is a ready-made capability to do usual business intelligence
> >stuff, including analytical processing, ad-hoc report generation, allow
> >users to dice/slice and drilldown/rollup the data, etc.
> >Is there someone who uses Postgresql for data warehousing or data mining
> >application? If so, what tools (ETL, ad-hoc reporting, etc.) work well
> >with Postgresql? Is there any plans or projects for Postgresql in this
> >Ben Kim
> >Database Developer/Systems Administrator
> >College of Education
> >Texas A&M University
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