Seth Grimes writes in Intelligent Enterprise magazine, the January 2005:
First and foremost is Mondrian, an open-source OLAP server that accesses relational databases and supports Microsoft's Multidimensional Expressions (MDX) language, as well as the Java OLAP (JOLAP) and XML for Analysis application programming interfaces (APIs). A companion project, JPivot, provides a Java Server Page (JSP) tag library for tables and charts and acts as a Mondrian client. "The feedback I get from users is that they love how simple JPivot is to configurejust write a simple XML file or use the Eclipse plug-in," says lead developer Julian Hyde. "They love the JPivot user interface, and they find it fits seamlessly into their Web applications."
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