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Migration: Oracle Express 6.3 to Oracle OLAP

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My present project requires migrating data from Oracle Express6.3 to Oracle OLAP.
As I am not a warehouse guy I am at a fix where to start?
And if I start then how do I migrate it to Oracle OLAP?

Thanks in advance.
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k_murli_krishna earned 125 total points
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See these two. They throw light on how this can be done.

Thread: how do I migrate express server 6.3.4 code to olap 10g ?
https://forums.oracle.com/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=3269816

Migrating Express Data to Oracle 9i
http://www.vlamis.com/storage/papers/iouglive2002-400.pdf
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Thanks would have a look and get back on it.
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Thanks, go it.
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