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Synchronising Databases in SSAS 2005

Planning for disaster recovery in SQL Server Analysis Services can be tricky. Fortunately SQL Server 2005 introduces the concept of a database synchronization, allowing you to transfer information and meta data from one server to another. Yaniv Mor brings us a look at this feature.

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2007-05-02

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Enabling Query logging in SSAS 2005

Analysis Services 2005 seems like it receives much less notice than most of the other features in the latest version of SQL Server. However it is becoming more widely used in more and more companies. One of the features that can prove useful is the logging of queries. New author Yaniv Mor brings us a look at how this has changed in 2005.

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2006-05-16

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