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Does the title of this post trigger your mind? If you all remember, a few days back I had written an article on my interesting observation regarding logon triggers. I would advise you to first read SQL SERVER – Interesting Observation of Logon Trigger On All Servers before continuing with ...
Most people, when using OLAP cubes, are hitting the live version that is located on SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS). They hit it with Excel, or some other reporting tool, etc. I have blogged previously about offline cubes and how you could possibly use them. Now, the blog I did ...
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