Java/J2EE Analytic Web Components

StarProbe OLAP provides a new-age business intelligence platform for Java/J2EE featuring;

  • True SOA implementation over the web services.
  • Incorporates rules, mathematical formulas, and rule-based predictive model evaluation.
  • Supports advanced predictive models such as decision trees, neural networks, and regression.
  • Supports all major database systems, including MS Access.
  • Supports robust analytics comprising query reports, groupby reports, crosstab reports, pies, bars, gauges, time-series charts, and database updates.
  • Incorporates advanced sales and market trend analysis.
  • Easy to develop customized executive dashboards.

For more, please read StarProbe Business Intelligence / SOA.

Java Runtime Environment

Java Runtime Environment (JRE) (aka, Java Virtual Machine (JVM) or Java Plug-in), can be obtained from the following web-sites;

JDBC Drivers

The following JDBC (Java Database Connectivity) drivers are available as built-in features. You do not need to install additional drivers for them;

  • Rosella DBMS
  • Connections to ODBC DSNs (data source names)

JDBC drivers can be found from the following web-sites;

Installing JDBC Drivers

Installing JDBC Drivers can take the following forms. If your JDBC driver is just a ".jar" file, then you can use the first two methods. Otherwise, use the third or fourth methods.

  • To install on StarProbe visual data miner suite, select "DBMS Configuration" - "Options" - "Install JDBC Driver", from the window menus. To install on DBisual database chart mate, select "File" - "Install JDBC Driver", from the window menus. Rosella DBMS products come with built-in drivers. So there is no special need to install Rosella JDBC drivers separately.
  • On your application, add the full path of drivers to the CLASSPATH system variable. On Applets, add the url of JDBC drivers to the "archive=" argument of APPLET tags.
  • Or manually, place ".jar" JDBC driver files into the "lib/ext" subdirectory of your Java Runtime installation directory. In addition, place all ".dll" files into the "bin" subdirectory.
  • Or if you are developing Java applications, you can make your applications to install JDBC drivers as described here.