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5. When deployment is complete, on the Browser tab of the Cube Designer, click the Reconnect button on the browser toolbar . Your chart of accounts report will now look like this:
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Net Income is adding and subtracting accounts as desired and the Balance Sheet is aggregating Assets and Liabilities correctly so that the total is $0 . The Unary Operator controls the aggregation of accounts for rolling up within the Account dimension hierarchy . But you need to determine how the aggregation is behaving over time . In the next step, you will add the Date dimension to the browser and observe how values aggregate over time . 6. On the Metadata pane of the Browser tab, expand the Date dimension and drag the Fiscal Date hierarchy to the Drop Column Fields Here section of the report pane . Expand the FY 2009 member . Your chart of accounts report should now look like this:
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Notice that for all accounts, the FY 2009 value is equal to the sum of the four FY 2009 quarters . This is appropriate for the Net Income accounts, but it is not the desired behavior for the Balance Sheet accounts . For the Balance Sheet accounts, the value for FY 2009 should equal the value of FY 2009 Qtr 4 . Financial analysis accounts that represent flows, such as income and expense accounts, need to sum when they are aggregated over time . Accounts that represent balances, such as inventory and assets, need to use the last value when they are aggregated over time . For example, the inventory level for a month needs to equal the inventory level of the last day of the month, and the inventory level of a quarter needs to equal the inventory level of the last quarter of the month .
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This means that one measure in your cube, Amount, must apply a different aggregation function depending on the account type of the member in the Account dimension . To enable this behavior in Analysis Services, you must perform three procedures: in the Analysis Services database, you will need to configure the aggregation function for each account type, you will need to map the dimension table account types to the Analysis Services database account types, and you will need to apply the ByAccount aggregation function to the Amount measure .
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Configure account type mappings
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In this procedure, you will assign the aggregation function for each account type . 1. In Solution Explorer, right-click AdventureWorks SSAS and select Edit Database . 2. In the Database Designer, on the General tab in the Account Type Mapping section, select Income from the Name list at the bottom of the screen, and in the same row, select Sum from the Aggregation Function list . 3. Repeat step 2 to add additional account type mappings to the AdventureWorks SSAS database as shown in the following table .
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Aggregation Function
Sum Sum LastNonEmpty LastNonEmpty LastNonEmpty LastNonEmpty
When you complete this step, the Account Type Mapping section should look like this:
Tip You can add additional account types in the Account Type Mapping section . You can also add alternative spellings in the Alias column . The Business Intelligence Wizard can use the values in the Alias column to map dimension account types to database account types . 4. On the BIDS toolbar, click the Save All button . Close the Database Designer .
Part III Advanced Design
Add Account Intelligence to the Cube
In this procedure, you will map dimension account types to the database account types you configured in the prior procedure . 1. In Solution Explorer, expand the Dimensions folder, right-click the Account dimension, and select Add Business Intelligence to start the Business Intelligence Wizard . 2. On the Welcome page, click Next . On the Choose Enhancement page, select Define Account Intelligence and click Next . One of the steps for defining Account Intelligence for the Account dimension is to identify which dimension attributes define the accounts, the chart of accounts, and the type of account for each dimension member . 3. On the Configure Dimension Attributes page, select Include for the Chart Of Accounts row, and in the Dimension Attribute column, select Accounts . Be careful here, because the Dimension Attribute column will default to Account . 4. Select Include for the Account Name row . Verify that the wizard selects Account in the Dimension Attribute column . 5. Select Include for the Account Type row . Verify that the wizard selects Account Type in the Dimension Attribute column . The Configure Dimension Attributes page should look like this:
6. Click Next . The next page of the Business Intelligence Wizard asks you to map the account types present in the Account dimension with the database account types you configured in the prior procedure . The Source Table Account Types column lists all of the account types in the Account dimension . In the Built-In Account Types column, the wizard has attempted to provide a match from the database account types . You need to review the matches to make sure that they are correct . 7. On the Define Account Intelligence page, verify that the value in the Built-In Account Types column correctly corresponds to the value in the Source Table Account Types column as shown in the following table .
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