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Book: Professional Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services 2008 with MDX: 978-0-470-24798-3
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Old April 15th, 2010, 11:34 AM
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I have this book and wanted to use it to learn MDX. The issue I have is the MDX examples are not for the SSAS cubes in this book. The exmples are probably for a previous version of the cube. So you need to change [Product] to [Dim Product] for the examples to work. All dimensions have to be changed for the MDX queries.

If I wanted to use the MDX examples "as is"-- where would I find the SSAS project/cube to build it?
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Hi Tim,
Apologies in the delay in response, could you clarify which version and/or which cubes are you referring to? We have a number of cubes which also referenced AdventureWorks but not sure which one is being referenced here.
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