Oracle Corp. last week announced a 64-bit version of the Oracle Express multidimensional database and online analytical processing (OLAP) engine, which lets users perform complex analyses over the World Wide Web.
Oracle Express Server 6.0 for Windows NT comes ready to receive HTTP server requests and can publish HTML pages on the Web. The 64-bit architecture and multithreaded design deliver performance enhancements, and new client software makes it easier to use and deploy.
Express Server 6.0 brokers OLAP requests over the Web with the Express Web agent. The engine processes the request with the database and publishes results in HTML format.
Users said the …