In 199 when the world was first exposed to data warehousing, a data warehouse was a vague structure for DSS that was something other than an operational environment. While the idea of a data warehouse in 1990 was very appealing, the form and structure of the warehouse was unclear.
But as time passed, the different components (or architectural forms) of the warehouse began to emerge.
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