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Matt Bowler is a DBA at Trade Me, and teaches database design and administration courses at the local institute of technology. A recent but avid discoverer of SQL Server, Matt is a regular contributor to forums at MSDN, Experts Exchange and SSC and he blogs at mattsql.wordpress.com.

Archives: August 2012

Deploying and processing SSAS cubes

In SSAS we build what’s known as a UDM, or Unified Dimensional Model, over the top of a database schema, usually a data warehouse. The UDM consists of several objects designed to aid analysis of the data. The UDM is built in BIDS (Business Intelligence Development Studio) and in terms… Read more

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Posted in Ctrl-alt-geek on 1 August 2012

Restores in SQL Server Analysis Services

“You’re only as good as your last restore”

I’ve no idea who originally said that – but it probably qualifies as DBA folklore. I blogged recently about backups in SSAS so to close the loop here are the basics of restoring SSAS databases.

In the GUI:

Connect to the SSAS… Read more

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Posted in Ctrl-alt-geek on 1 August 2012