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  • I just submitted a suggestion feedback to SQL Server development team. It is very bad for the user to be forced to see measures under their physical measure groups. There are a lot of reasons for which a customer would like to see measures organized in  Read more

  • If you use SQL Prompt v3 and/or SQL Refactor like me (they are very useful), you will appreciate this hint on how to correctly enable SQL Server Management Studio add-in menus on a non-admin user account. You have to run this command within each non-admin  Read more

  • I recently noted a behavior of named sets (specifically, the resolution order) that can be not so intuitive. When you define a named set on the cube, it has the same behavior of a session-scoped named set (the one you create with CREATE SESSION SET statement  Read more

  • There is a new paper on project REAL available: this one cover the hardware class tuning for an Analysis Services database of hundreds of Gb. My first impression is good: it is useful to have a reference for benchmark analysis.  Read more

  • My experience with the term "add-in" was that you have a piece of software put on top of a bigger software, just to enable some little functionality. Today at SQL Pass 2006 I've seen how this term has to be redefined. The Data Mining Add-ins for Office  Read more

  • I am here in Seattle attending SQL Pass 2006 . If you are around, feel free to stop me and say hi: I really like to meet blog readers and people who read my many-to-many paper . Let's contact me if you want to set a meeting place.  Read more

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