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13. Deploy the project. You now have a shared, single-level, write-enabled Scenario dimension that you can use in creating a sales forecast cube. In order to add members to this dimension, you need a client application that can accept user input for a new dimension member.
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In the course of a planning cycle, it s often necessary to add one more round than originally planned preferably without disrupting the use of the data. Because you write-enabled the Scenario dimension, you can easily add a new scenario. Typically, writing new values into a dimension is something that a client application would help you do. Fortunately, the dimension browser in Visual Studio will allow you to test writing new values to a dimension. In this procedure, you ll add a new member to the Scenario dimension. Write back a new dimension member 1. Click the Browser tab in the Scenario dimension designer. 2. Click the Writeback button on the dimension designer toolbar.
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3. Right-click Forecast in the Current Level column, click Create Sibling, and then type Forecast Second Pass. 4. Click in the Key column next to Forecast Second Pass, type 4, and then press Enter. Your screen looks like this:
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Interacting with Cubes
Unlike writing back values to a cube where values are stored in a special writeback table when you add a new member to a dimension, the member is added directly to the original dimension table. You must have permission to add rows to the dimension table in order to use dimension writeback. You don t need to process the cube or the dimension in order for new dimension members to take effect. The process is remarkably seamless. It s even easy to write back data values that use the new dimension member. You do not need to stop the planning process. You do not need to process anything. The new member is instantly available and usable. The ability to dynamically create new members particularly for a Scenario dimension is critical for a planning application.
Modifying the Cube Structure for Writeback
Logically, since all the values in the sales forecast cube will be hand-entered by you, the cube should not require a fact table. As you ll soon learn, that s because when you write values back to a cube, they re not stored in the fact table. Physically, however, you cannot create a measure group in a cube without a fact table. If for no other reason, the columns of the fact table determine the potential dimensions and measures for the cube. You can add an empty fact table to a data source view by using a Named Query. The fact table is purely a logical object and will remain completely empty. You must have a fact table to create a measure group, but nobody said the fact table had to contain facts. In this procedure, you ll create a measure group from an empty fact table. Create a unit forecast measure group 1. In Solution Explorer, double-click SSAS Step by Step DW.dsv, right-click the background of the Data Source View Diagram pane, and then click New Named Query. 2. Type a name for the named query, Units Forecast, and then type the following query in the SQL Pane of the Query Definition box:
Select null as ScenarioKey, null as CategoryKey, null as FiscalQuarter, null as [Sales Units]
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The Create Named Query dialog box looks like this:
3. Click OK. 4. Right-click the Unit Forecast named query, and then click Explore Data.
You can see the columns for the fact table, and confirm the fact that it has only a single row which is completely empty.
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