The Service Warehouse Data Dictionary Guide provides describes the Operations Center data dictionary. All database tables listed in this document can be accessed directly through third-party reporting tools, if a valid database driver such as ODBC or JDBC* is available from the database vendor.
This guide is intended for Operations Center system administrators that need to access Service Warehouse database tables via third-party reporting tools.
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This guide is part of the Operations Center documentation set. For the most recent version of the Service Warehouse Data Dictionary Guide and a complete list of publications supporting Operations Center, visit our Online Documentation Web Site at Operations Center online documentation.
The Operations Center documentation set is also available as PDF files on the installation CD or ISO; and is delivered as part of the online help accessible from multiple locations in Operations Center depending on the product component.
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Use these resources for support specific to Operations Center:
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