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BOOK: Professional SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services ISBN: 0-7645-8497-9
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Old April 14th, 2006, 09:50 AM
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Hi,

 i try to create a dataset in RS 2005 with MDX Query Designer. I don't have experience with MDX language and i try to use MDX filters and parameters, but the MDX filters and parameters pane don't appear in the MDX Query Designer window. How to resolve this problem?

In 'Professional SQL Server Reporting Services 2005' book edited by WROX, Paul Turley & comp use a visual method to define MDX filters and parameters, based on Filter and parameters panel.
In Books Online I don't find anything about this method.
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GabiP,

Which version of Analysis Services are you using? Reporting Services 2005 does not support the visual query designer for Analysis Services 2000. If you are using Analysis Services 2000, you will have to manually enter the MDX and there are other posts that will talk about using Parameters.

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Hi,
i use Analysis Services 2000 and that's the problem. If use AS 2005 the filter and parameters panel appear, and everything is normal.
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