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There are a few processing commands that leave the tabular model in an unqueryable state until a ProcessRecalc is done at the database level. These commands are ProcessData and ProcessClear. Also, merging partitions in code or script leaves the model unqueryable until a ProcessRecalc occurs. Be mindful of this when ...
So I was recently reading SQL Server’s blog, specifically the article Customers using SQL Server 2012 today! and some brave businesses are already using and enjoying some of SQL Server 2012 features that help their databases stay available. I’m excited about the new features too. For example, index ...
As your SSAS cube gets bigger, cube processing time will become a problem. This is especially true as more and more companies want cube processing during the day instead of the usual off-hours time when no one is using the cube. Partitioning the cube can help to reduce the processing ...
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