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meanwhile. However, at some point, you might want to have the queries resolved directly from the relational source. Dropping the cache does just that. Use this option when having fresh data is more important than having queries that run quickly. Keep this option disabled if you want to continue to provide the older data from the cache.
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Update the cache periodically The amount of time to rebuild the multidimensional store if no changes have been detected in the relational source. This option is typically used independently of the other options to force a periodic refresh of data without using other scheduling methods.
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4. Click the Notifications tab, shown in Figure 22-21, to change settings as desired. The notification options define how Analysis Services is notified about data changes in the relational source. The default value is SQL Server, which applies to SQL Server 2000 or higher. Any dimension and fact tables used for the current partition are monitored for changes, but you can also specifically identify tables to be monitored. Alternatively, choose Client Initiated if a client application can send notification of changes, or choose Scheduled Polling if your relational source is not a SQL Server database. For more information about polling queries, refer to SQL Server Books Online.
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Figure 22-20 The General tab of the Storage Options dialog box.
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Figure 22-21 The Notifications tab of the Storage Options dialog box.
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If you use a named query in the data source view, you must explicitly specify tracking tables when using SQL Server notification or use Scheduled Polling instead.
Security Management
Analysis Services integrates with Windows authentication and then uses a role-based security model to authorize access to a database and its objects. Security can be applied at either the macro or micro level, giving you a degree of control over what people can do or see that should satisfy any security requirement you might have. There are two role types used by Analysis Services to manage security a server role and a database role. You must add Windows users and groups to one or both of these roles before they can access Analysis Services. When Analysis Services is installed, all local and domain administrators are enrolled as members of the server role. They are granted server-wide permissions to perform any task on that server. The server role is a fixed role that cannot be renamed or deleted. To manage the server role, connect to Analysis Services in SQL Server Management Studio, right-click the Analysis Services server, click Properties, and then click Security. Here you
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can add or remove Windows users or groups to the server role. Members of this role can perform the following tasks:
Create or delete database objects and set properties for these objects using SQL Server Management Studio or Visual Studio. Execute programs using AMO to perform administrative tasks. Add, change, or delete database roles. Use SQL Server Profiler to run traces against Analysis Services. Note
You must also be a member of a database role and have process permissions to run traces for processing events.
As mentioned, a member of the server role creates a database role for users who need access to objects for processing or users who need to view data. You can even grant a database role member permissions to manage security for a specific database. Adding a member to a database role gives that member access only to the server. You must explicitly grant permissions to the database cubes and dimensions before the member can browse data. To create a database role in SQL Server Management Studio, follow these steps: 1. Start SQL Server Management Studio and connect to Analysis Services. In Object Explorer, expand the Databases folder, expand the database for which you want to create a role, right-click the Roles folder, and then selectclick New Role. 2. On the General page of the Create Role dialog box, provide a name for the role and an optional description. If this role should have some administrative permissions, you can select one or more of the following database permissions:
Full control (administrator) As the name implies, the role is granted complete access to all objects in the database. Process database Members of a role limited to this permission can process the database but can t view its data using any client application (including SQL Server Management Studio) unless they belong to another role granting read access. Read definition Members of a role limited to this permission can access metadata but can t view data. Note
When a user belongs to more than one role with different permissions, the user is granted all permissions from each role.
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