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Posted Jan 6, 2003

Introduction to MSSQL Server 2000 Analysis Services Custom Cubes: Financial Reporting (Part I) - Page 18

By William Pearson

Now we'll make a few changes to the Calendar.Time dimension to correctly establish it as a time dimension.


61.  Click the Calendar.Time dimension to highlight / select it.


62.  Click the Advanced tab of the Properties pane.


63.  Change the Type field for the Calendar.Time dimension to Time, as shown below.



Illustration 48: The Calendar.Time Dimension Advanced Properties

64.  Click the Calendar Year level to highlight / select it.

65.  Click the Advanced tab of the Properties pane.

66.  Change the Level Type field for the Calendar Year level to Years, as shown in the following illustration.


Illustration 49: The Calendar.Time Dimension, Calendar Year Level Advanced Properties

67.  Click the Calendar Quarter level to highlight / select it.

68.  Click the Advanced tab of the Properties pane.

69.  Change the Level Type field for the Calendar Quarter level to Quarters, as shown in Illustration 50 below.


Illustration 50: The Calendar.Time Dimension, Calendar Quarter Level Advanced Properties

70.  Click the Calendar Month level to highlight / select it.

71.  Click the Advanced tab of the Properties pane.

72.  Change the Level Type field for the Calendar Month level to Months, as shown in the following illustration.


Illustration 51: The Calendar.Time Dimension, Calendar Month Level Advanced Properties

73.  Click the Date level to highlight / select it.

74.  Click the Advanced tab of the Properties pane.

75.  Change the Level Type field for the Date level to Days, as shown in the following illustration.


Illustration 52: The Calendar.Time Dimension Date Level Advanced Properties



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