There are two Java implementations of Mondrian.
The first one is by Michael Meyer, it uses Groovy but this was just a
prototype, and was only meant to be used as proof of concept.
The second one is done by the people from LOOSE Timisoara (I put Pepi
in CC). It is implemented in Java, but without Groovy, and works with
the iPlasma environment. However, even if it is called jMondrian, it
does not exactly follow the same design as the Mondrian implemented
in VW. Perhaps Pepi can say more about it.
On May 2, 2007, at 12:58 PM, Patrick Knab wrote:
What is the status of the Java/Groovy implementation of Mondrian.
Is it possible to try it out?
Patrick Knab, MSc
Department of Informatics
University of Zurich
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