OlapX Application 4.1 OlapX is a sophisticated multidimensional database browsing tool. It enables the creation of multidimensional cubes and the interactive analysis, reporting and presentation of Microsoft's Analysis Services databases.
OlapX Cube Creator 5.0 With OlapX Cube Creator you can create multidimensional offline cubes that can be analyzed afterwards with OlapX Application or any PivotTable enables application like Microsoft Excel. It's wizard like interface makes it a tool for every user to use.
Description: OlapX Cliente Server Developer is a sophisticated multidimensional database browsing ActiveX control for developing new applications. It enables the creation interactive analysis, reporting and presentation of Microsoft's Analysis Services databases.
Designed for users at any business or technical skill level in a company to perform their own multidimensional analysis, create reports, and share them for better decision making.
- Open MSAS cubes, cubes, cue views or report portfolios from your network or web addresses
- Intuitive navigation thru multidimensional data with mouse clicks
- Easily transfer data to other applications through the clipboard
- It's very easy to choose the data you want to see
- Pareto and dimension options to analyze only the desired records
- Diverse options for sorting your data
- Multiple format options enables you to personalize your information
- Using formatting options according to the information values
- Sophisticated charting format with ability to export to JPG, PNG, BMP, etc
- Easily create presentations with OlapX Application support. You can export whole reports to HTML, RTF, PDF or to other application via the clipboard
- Web and developer versions
Together with our cube creation assistan OlapXAcc, they become the perfect couple for small and medium size enterprise to create and maintaint their own datawarehouse.
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