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Figure 3-11 SQL graphical query designer
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From Access The previous chapter has step-by-step instructions and a practical on how to import Access tables in case you jumped into the book at this point SQL Server is going to be a common choice for many readers source data Access is also likely to be very popular As a reminder, you are not limited to only one type of data source you can mix and match For example, you might have a few PowerPivot tables from SQL Server and a few from Access If you choose Access, in the first Connect to a Microsoft Access Database dialog, you will see a Browse button The Connect to a Microsoft Access Database dialog is shown in Figure 3-12 Clicking this Browse button will assist you in locating your Access database without typing pathnames and filenames The Browse button leads to an Open dialog There is a drop-down at the bottom right that includes both accdb (Access 2007 and 2010) and mdb (pre-Access 2007) Access database types Apart from that, importing from Access is very similar to importing from SQL Server You get to decide whether to pick tables or to write your own queries
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Figure 3-12 Connect to a Microsoft Access Database dialog
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When you elect to pick tables, you will not see the schema names as you do with SQL Server When you elect to write your own query, you have to type your own Access SQL; there is no handy graphical query designer as there is for SQL Server From Analysis Services or PowerPivot Importing from SSAS or PowerPivot was not covered in the previous chapter And, as it s going to be so important to many readers, it s worth a detailed look here There are two important preliminary points to make One (and you may be asking this if you are already familiar with SSAS cubes), why bother to create an on-the-fly PowerPivot cube when you already have a prebuilt SSAS cube Two, why do SSAS and PowerPivot appear as import options on the same menu choice The beauty of importing from an SSAS cube is that you are no longer limited to cube data You can combine SSAS multidimensional cube data with SQL Server relational data, for example, or with data from many other sources Furthermore, you can create
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relationships between multidimensional and relational data, and, of course, display both in the same pivot table Combining multidimensional and relational data is very difficult without PowerPivot You have to know an awful lot of SQL and MDX! In PowerPivot, it only takes a few mouse clicks and maybe one or two simple DAX functions to create the mother of all data marts! PowerPivot uses a hidden copy of SSAS running in the Excel process space As such, importing into PowerPivot from another PowerPivot or from SSAS are virtually the same under the hood There is one proviso: In order to import PowerPivot tables into PowerPivot for Excel, the source PowerPivot must be PowerPivot for SharePoint (that is, from a PowerPivot workbook that has been published to a PowerPivot-enabled SharePoint document library) and not PowerPivot for Excel Here is a short step-by-step guide (you can try this if you have the SSAS Adventure Works database and cube) to importing into PowerPivot from SSAS:
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On the Home ribbon in PowerPivot, click From Database in the Get External Data group From the ensuing drop-down, choose From Analysis Services or PowerPivot This opens the Connect to Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services dialog In this dialog, you specify an SSAS server and database name The dialog is shown in Figure 3-13 If you have the SSAS Adventure Works database, select it from the drop-down, or adapt the next few steps to your own SSAS database Click Next to open the Specify a MDX Query dialog where you can type an MDX query, if you want The Specify a MDX Query dialog is shown in Figure 3-14 Or, at the bottom right in this dialog, click the Design button You should be looking at a graphical MDX query designer This is almost identical to the MDX designer in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) and you may recognize it, except there is no option to switch into Data Mining eXtensions (DMX) from MDX, as there is in SSRS The graphical query designer is shown in Figure 3-15 PowerPivot currently supports MDX, but not DMX In the MDX query designer, there is an ellipsis button at the top left, just below the toolbar This lets you change the cube, but not the database, context For example, you may see a cube to which you have saved data mining content Or, if you have SSAS Enterprise Edition, you may see one or more perspectives on a cube Underneath you will see the Metadata pane This shows the measures (or facts) and dimensions in the cube or perspective In the Metadata pane there s a dropdown for Measure Group that lets you display all measure groups or a speci c measure group Choosing a speci c measure group is quite useful if you do so, the dimensions shown in the Metadata pane are only those that relate to that speci c measure group How dimensions relate to particular measure groups is determined on the Dimension Usage tab of the SSAS cube designer back in
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