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8. Click the Dimension Usage tab (the second tab in the cube designer), click the intersection of Time and Sales Order Detail, and then click the ellipsis button that displays in the intersection, as seen in Figure 22-11.
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Figure 22-11 The Dimension Usage tab of the Cube Designer.
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9. In the Define Relationship dialog box, select Regular in the Select Relationship Type drop-down list, click Date in the Granularity Attribute drop-down list, and then click OrderDate in the Measure Group Columns drop-down list, as shown in Figure 22-12. Click OK. By defining the relationship type, the data in the measure group can be correctly analyzed by the Time dimension.
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Figure 22-12 The Define Relationship Dialog Box.
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10. Right-click the project in the Solution Explorer window, and then click Deploy.
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As with dimensions, you must deploy a cube before you can browse it. Visual Studio deploys and processes only those changes made to the database design since the last deployment. It has no way of recognizing whether changes to underlying data have been made, so you will need to manually start processing if you know data has changed but there are no design changes to trigger processing. The Browser tab of the cube designer includes a Microsoft Office Web Components (OWC) pivot table control with a special metadata pane not available in standard OWC. The metadata pane organizes database objects measure groups, measures, and dimensions in a tree view, as shown in Figure 22-13.
Figure 22-13 The Browser tab in the Cube Designer.
You can select items in the metadata tree to do any of the following tasks:
Drag measures together or individually to the pivot table section labeled Drop Totals or Detail Fields Here to view aggregated values. Drag one or more attributes or user hierarchies to Drop Row Fields Here or Drop Column Fields Here to slice and dice, or drill between levels of a user hierarchy or from one attribute to another attribute on the same axis (rows or columns). To pivot, you can move an attribute to the opposite axis, such as from rows to columns.
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Filter aggregated values by dragging one or more attributes to Drop Filter Fields Here. Create a subcube, which is a subset of a cube based on a filter defined at the top of the Cube Browser. By reducing the scope of data to query from a full cube to a subcube, you can improve query performance. Note
Each time you drag a database object into or out of the pivot table control or the subcube filter, you execute a new query. If you are working with a cube containing a large amount of data, you might find performance improves if you create a subcube first and then create your query. Incidentally, the subcube filter included on the Cube Browser tab issues a CREATE SUBCUBE statement. This statement is new to the multidimensional expressions (MDX) language used to query and model Analysis Services. It s not supported by the standard OWC pivot table control. This control has been adapted for use with the cube browser in Visual Studio and SQL Server Management Studio.
Reviewing Advanced Cube Design Features
There is much, much more you can do to enhance the design of a cube that you can learn about in any of the books referenced at the beginning of this chapter. You can also study the design of Microsoft s sample database and use the SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services Tutorial in SQL Server Books Online to learn more about the more advanced design features you can use. You must explicitly install the sample databases during installation of SQL Server, as explained earlier in this book. Using Visual Studio, open the Adventure Works solution located in the %Program Files%\Microsoft SQL Server\90\Tools\Samples\AdventureWorks Analysis Services Project\Enterprise folder. Double-click the Adventure Works.cube file in Solution Explorer to open the cube designer, and then navigate to each of the tabs described in the following list to study the implemented design techniques:
Dimension usage Shows which dimensions are associated with which measure groups. If an icon exists, it indicates a special relationship type, such as Many-ToMany. Click the intersection of a dimension and measure group, and then click the ellipsis button in the intersection to view the columns used to define the relationship between tables. Calculations Lists the MDX calculations used to add new measures, new dimension members, and sets to the cube. These calculations may be visible to end users for use in a query, or they may be hidden if used as an intermediate step in a more complex calculation. You can view all calculations in the form of a complete MDX script if you click the Script View button in the toolbar. When using Script View,
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