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Recently, I encountered a table that needed to have the definition of a clustered index altered. It just so happens that the clustered index and the primary key were one and the same, a pretty common occurrence. However, when we went to modify the index, it failed. The following entry ...
If you are using SSIS to handle a column that has the name of ErrorCode you could run into an issue. You can find more information on the specifics @ Microsoft Connect. Your error may look similar to this: Validation error. Data Flow Task: DTS.Pipeline: The package contains two objects ...
Anyone that has tried to learn MDX will know that, when you make a mistake somewhere in your code, the error messages that Analysis Services gives you are pretty unhelpful. It was suggested to me recently while I was teaching an MDX course that I should blog about common error ...
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