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Designing Dimensions
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Do this In the Attributes pane of the Dimension Structure of the Dimension Designer, click the parent attribute of a parent-child dimension, and then, in the Properties window, change the MembersWithData property to NonLeafDataHidden. In the Attributes pane of the Dimension Structure of the Dimension Designer, click an attribute, and then, in the Properties window, change the IsAggregatable property to False. In the Attributes pane of the Dimension Structure of the Dimension Designer, click the parent attribute of a parent-child dimension, and then, in the Properties window, click the ellipsis button for the NamingTemplate property, and then type in a name for each level.
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Designing Measure Groups and Measures
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After completing this chapter, you will be able to:
Build a cube based upon an underlying data source using the New Cube Wizard. Create, modify, and browse measures and measure groups. Define the relationship between dimensions and measure groups. Work with aggregations of semiadditive measures. Add distinct count measures. Create calculations to provide additional functionality.
In 4, Designing Dimensions, you focused on the use of the Dimension Wizard to create different types of dimensions, and the Dimension Designer to enhance those dimensions by changing certain properties, and to review the results of those enhancements. In this chapter, you ll shift your focus to the Cube Wizard to build a cube from measure groups, measures, and dimensions. You also use the Cube Designer to make any necessary changes to the cube structure and to check the impact of these changes by browsing the cube. There are many ways to create measures from quantitative data; in this chapter, you learn some of the more common methods by creating additive measures, semiadditive measures, distinct counts, and simple calculations.
Adding Measure Groups to a Cube
A cube not only requires at least one dimension, as you learned in 4, but it also requires at least one measure group which in turn must contain at least one measure. Multiple measure groups in the same cube are most meaningful when they have at least one dimension in common. When you build a cube, you identify the fact table that serves as the data source for a measure group and you select one or more measures from that fact table to include in each measure group. This measure can be as simple as a count of the rows in the fact table used as a source for the measure group, or it can be associated with a column in the fact table. You also specify the dimensions used to summarize these measures and define the dimension s attributes that represent the lowest level of detail within each measure group. After a cube is built, you will likely want to change certain properties, such as the formatting string used to display the measure value or the aggregation function used to produce
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summary values. You can even hide a measure if it should be used as part of calculation and isn t useful by itself for analysis. Of course, you can always add new measure groups or new measures to an existing cube.
Building a Cube
As with building a dimension using a bottom-up approach, you must add the required tables to your project s data source view (DSV) before you can begin building a cube in the same manner. In the case of a cube, you need to add at least one fact table to the DSV. If you re not using a data warehouse, you can add a table that contains a numeric column that also has foreign keys for your dimensions. The Cube Wizard makes it easy for you to build a cube quickly. It guides you through the process of creating measure groups from fact tables and relating dimensions to the measure groups. In this procedure, you ll add fact tables to the existing DSV and then use the Cube Wizard to create a cube from this underlying data source. Use the Cube Wizard 1. Start SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS), and open the SSAS Step by Step solution that you saved in the C:\Documents and Settings\<username> \My Documents\Microsoft Press\as2005sbs\Workspace folder. Note
If you skipped 4, open the SSAS Step by Step solution in the C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\My Documents\Microsoft Press\as2005sbs\Answers \chap04\SSAS Step by Step folder.
2. In Solution Explorer, double-click SSAS Step by Step DW.dsv to open the Data Source View Designer. 3. Right-click the background of the Data Source View Diagram pane, and then click Add/ Remove Tables. 4. In the Add/Remove Tables dialog box, double-click both dbo.FactInternetSales and dbo.FactProductForecast in the Available Objects list to move these two tables to the Included Objects list, and then click OK. 5. In Solution Explorer, right-click the Cubes folder, and then click New Cube to launch the Cube Wizard. 6. Click Next, clear the Auto Build check box, and then click Next twice. The beginning steps of the Cube Wizard are similar to the beginning steps of the Dimension Wizard. You can build the object with or without a data source. If you choose to use a data source, you also choose whether or not to use Auto Build to suggest the structure.
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