how manipulate the user interface of Jrubik

saxbim
2008-06-07
2013-04-15
  • saxbim
    saxbim
    2008-06-07

    Hi,
    i am a JPivot user.
    In Jpivot, i am able to trigger olap opertors.
    I take the olap model using the session variable
    com.tonbeller.jpivot.tags.OlapModelProxy MyQuery = ( com.tonbeller.jpivot.tags.OlapModelProxy) session
                              .getAttribute("query01");

    Then i have access to the olap model (data and operators)

    How, can i access to the olap model in JRubik?, i want to trigger olap operators in Jrubik using some java methods defined in another small client which has to interact with Jrubik.

    Thanks in advance

    Sandro

     
    • Felix Saz
      Felix Saz
      2008-06-09

      For JRubik 0.9.4:

      OlapModelManager.getInstance().getDefaultModel();

       
    • saxbim
      saxbim
      2008-06-12

      Dear

      I am a Italian/French research on Spatial OLAP. We think to inegrate an application based on Google Earth with JRubik. If you are interested to help me, we can work togheter.
      Let me known at saxbim@libero.it

      Best REgards

      Sandro Bimonte

       
    • saxbim
      saxbim
      2008-06-12

      Hi,

      I have seen that there is not the .java of the Boot class....in the source download

      I say you to help me to have a new main class which starts the application, and offer two methods: 1) retreive the OLAP model to parse the MDX result
                2) to call olap operations (Drill-Down, etc..) on the current instanciated OLAP model.

      These methods are called by my .net Google Earth application, allowing the two applications interacting.

      Best Regards

       
    • Felix Saz
      Felix Saz
      2008-06-12

      Hello saxbim,
      ->I am a Italian/French research on Spatial OLAP.....
        Actually, I have very much work . Sorry, I cannot help you.
      ->I have seen that there is not the .java of the Boot class....in the source download
      You can download the code here: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=110394
      In jrubik-0.9 the point of entry is:
      plugin es.aeat.eett.workbench.core

       
    • Felix Saz
      Felix Saz
      2008-06-12

      Hello saxbim,
      ->I am a Italian/French research on Spatial OLAP.....
      Actually, I have very much work . Sorry, I cannot help you.
      ->I have seen that there is not the .java of the Boot class....in the source download
      You can download the code here: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=110394
      In jrubik-0.9 the point of entry is: 
        plugin es.aeat.eett.workbench.core
        class es.aeat.eett.workbench.core.CorePlugin

      ->1) retreive the OLAP model to parse the MDX result
      ->2) to call olap operations (Drill-Down, etc..) on the current instanciated OLAP model.
      https://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?thread_id=2073821&forum_id=478876
      The code that you need this one in es.aeat.eett.rubik.core plugin.
      Use it directly in your application.

      Take a look on: https://sourceforge.net/projects/olap4j

      Felix.