Oracle Corporation has a number of products. Administrative Computing uses the Oracle data base engine to create its Data Warehouse tables and manage them. We also are the people to contact at Rutgers if you need a license to use this engine on your own departmental server. For more information on Oracle licensing, see the Oracle site license page.
However, data on an Oracle data base can be accessed (via Structured Query Language, or SQL) using any of a number of products. Some of these, like the Access and Paradox data base managers, are already in use in many offices of the university. Administrative Computing, therefore, does not coordinate site licensing Oracle's products for data retrieval or programming. If you need those, you will have to contact Oracle Corporation direct.
If, however, you need to retrieve data from an Oracle data warehouse at Administrative Computing, see the information on Accessing Administrative Data to learn how to get access.
Have a question? Contact the Administrative Computing Services Help Line via e-mail.
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