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University Data Warehousing

University Data Warehousing

University Data Warehousing

Anyone on this forum involved in Data Warehousing in a University context?

RE: University Data Warehousing

Not personally, although I am involved with DW training.

In what context is your 'University context'?
- the use of DW in a University
- teaching of DW ?

I know that there are people on the forum with consultancy level DW skills, although there may be some 'lurkers' with University experience.

RE: University Data Warehousing

Good question. Allow me to clarify. I am the Data Administrator for a multi-campus University. I was hoping that there were others engaged in building/deploying a data warehouse within a University setting.

RE: University Data Warehousing

I've had a limited amount of experience with data warehousing at a large Eastern public university. Mostly generating table data from legacy systems, and using Discoverer 2000 to access. Anything I can do to help?

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