Arbor Software has denied that version 5.0 of its Essbase online analytical processing (Olap) software is late. The product was originally expected to ship in the summer, but is now not scheduled for release until the first quarter of next year. Arbor said the product went into beta in the summer as planned. It will include such features as enabling users to choose whether they wish queries to be undertaken on the fly or in pre-calculated mode and supports application partitioning.
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