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Getting Started with SQL Server 2012 Cube Development by Simon Lidberg

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Chapter 4. Deploying and Processing Cubes

Until now, you have mostly worked in the SQL Server Data Tools environment developing your cube. In order for clients to access the cube on the server, you need to deploy and process your project. In this chapter, you will learn the following concepts and how to apply them to your work:

  • Deployment of cubes and other objects
  • Processing of object
  • Partitioning of cubes
  • Storage modes

Deploying objects to Analysis Services

Everything that you have so far written and configured using the graphical interface has generated code. This code is in the Analysis Services Scripting Language (ASSL) code that is part of the XML for Analysis (XMLA) language used by Analysis Services and is right now stored as part of your project ...

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