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Journal: International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology (IJAET) (Vol.7, No. 3)

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Page : 642-651

Keywords : Data Warehouses; OLAP Operation; ETL; DSS; Data Quality.;

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The data warehouses are considered modern ancient techniques, since the early days for the relational databases, the idea of the keeping a historical data for reference when it needed has been originated, and the idea was primitive to create archives for the historical data to save these data, despite of the usage of a special techniques for the recovery of these data from the different storage modes. This research applied of structured databases for a trading company operating across the continents, has a set of branches each one has its own stores and showrooms, and the company branch’s group of sections with specific activities, such as stores management, showrooms management, accounting management, contracts and other departments. It also assumes that the company center exported software to manage databases for all branches to ensure the safety performance, standardization of processors and prevent the possible errors and bottlenecks problems. Also the research provides this methods the best requirements have been used for the applied of the data warehouse (DW), the information that managed by such a applied must be with high accuracy. It must be emphasized to ensure compatibility information and hedge its security, in schemes domain, been applied to a comparison between the two schemes (Star and Snowflake Schemas) with the concepts of multidimensional database. It turns out that Star Schema is better than Snowflake Schema in (Query complexity, Query performance, Foreign Key Joins),And finally it has been concluded that Star Schema center fact and change, while Snowflake Schema center fact and not change.

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