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Posted Apr 11, 2005

Introduction to MSSQL Server Analysis Services: Presentation Nuances: CrossTab View - Same Dimension - Page 6

By William Pearson



Create a Virtual Dimension to Enable Dual Axis Reporting



Let's enter the new Crosstab Reporting cube and set about the creation of a virtual dimension.

1.  Right-click the Crosstab Reporting cube in the cube tree.

2.  Select Edit from the context menu that appears, as depicted in Illustration 15.




Illustration 15: Select Edit from the Context Menu ...

The Cube Editor opens.

3.  Right-click the Dimensions folder in the Tree pane.

4.  Select New Dimension from the context menu that appears, as shown in Illustration 16.


Illustration 16: Select New Dimension from the Context Menu ...

The Welcome page for the Dimension Wizard appears, as depicted in Illustration 17.




Illustration 17: Dimension Wizard Welcome Page

5.  Click Next.

The Choose how you want to create the dimension dialog appears.

6.  Using the radio button to its immediate left, select Virtual Dimension, as shown in Illustration 18.


Illustration 18: Select Virtual Dimension ...



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