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Using JDBC to access MS OLAP cubes

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Is it possible to use the JDBC API to access data contained in an OLAP cube? If so, can anyone let me know where to pick up an appropriate driver.

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Hi,
I know there has been an initiative about starting the design of the JOLAP (Java OLAP Interface) by SUN and Oracle.
You can read about in at:
http://www.zdnet.com/zdnn/stories/news/0,4586,2618858,00.html
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dbaora
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