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Posted Apr 11, 2005

Introduction to MSSQL Server Analysis Services: Presentation Nuances: CrossTab View - Same Dimension - Page 7

By William Pearson

7.  Click Next.

The Select the dimension with the member properties dialog appears. We are given a choice of "eligible" dimensions - that is, dimensions that the Wizard determines to possess member properties, upon which a virtual dimension is based.

8.  Click Store in the Available Dimensions list on the left side of the dialog.

The Member Properties list on the right side of the dialog becomes populated with the "eligible" member properties for the Store dimension (including the new Store City member property we added in the previous section of our exercise), as depicted in Illustration 19.

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Illustration 19: Eligible Member Properties ...

9.  Click Next.

10.  Select Store Name.Store City in the Available member properties list, in the left half of the Select the levels for the virtual dimension dialog that appears next.

11.  Click the ">" button to add the Store Name.Store City member property to the Selected virtual levels list on the right side of the dialog.

The Selected virtual levels list on the right side of the dialog becomes populated with the Store City member property we added earlier, as shown in Illustration 20.


Illustration 19: Adding Store City as a Virtual Dimension Level

12.  Click Next.

We will skip setting advanced options in the Select advanced options dialog that appears next, as depicted in Illustration 21.


Illustration 21: Select Advanced Options Dialog

13.  Click Next.

The Finish the Dimension Wizard dialog appears next.

14.  Type the following into the Dimension name box:

Store Location

The Finish the Dimension Wizard dialog appears as shown in Illustration 22.


Illustration 22: Our Title in the Finish the Dimension Wizard Dialog

15.  Click Finish.

The Dimension Wizard closes, and we return to the Cube Editor, where we see our new virtual dimension, Store Location, among the other dimensions in the tree, as depicted in Illustration 23.


Illustration 23: The Store Location Virtual Dimension Joins the Other Dimensions ...

(We can also see it in the Shared Dimensions folder for the Analysis Services database, as we accepted default to share the dimension in the Finish dialog above).



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