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SSAS Cubes

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jconesa
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Not strictly true - it does process, it just doesn't have anything to calculate the aggregations with. If CALCULATE has been replaced with something else, removing CALCULATE doesn't have an effect so its a bit ambiguous. I just tried it to see. All of my dimensions were still intact and the cube "processed" without any problems from BIDS - there just weren't any aggregations on the measures (so the cube is a bit useless but it didn't report any errors). Had I got some other aggregate expressions in place, deleting CALCULATE may have had no effect...
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This post agrees that it processes, but doesn't do anything: http://www.dbtalk.net/microsoft-public-sqlserver-olap/hey-my-cube-empty-what-357327.html
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Thanks, Steve.

To have come across this you really are as busy as you say in you editorials!
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I saw it yesterday, left it in a browser, and then didn't get to it until today Sad

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