What issues should you consider before running your business intelligence requests directly against an enterprise transactional system?
In part one of this series (see the April issue of DM Review, p. 46), we examined some of the rationale for using the transactional system as the primary information delivery data store for the enterprise or business area versus a data warehouse architecture approach. In this installment of the series, we will look at some of the shortcomings associated with choosing this information delivery methodology. This series is aimed at providing you with some useful insights and questions that will allow you to examine or maybe re-examine your own information delivery architecture ideas and approaches.
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