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Microsoft® SQL Server 2012 Unleashed by Alex T. Silverstein, Chris Gallelli, Paul T. Bertucci, Ray Rankins

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Using SQL Server SSDT

The SQL Server SSDT (a.k.a. Visual Studio with the BI capabilities) is launched from the SQL Server 2012 Program group on the Start menu We will assume you have installed SQL Server Analysis Services and SQL Server 2012. When this is open, you choose File, New Project (or just click on the New Project icon item in the left pane). You now choose what type of project this will be: Analysis Services and Analysis Services Multidimensional and Data Mining Project under the Business Intelligence category. Figure 53.7 shows the New Project dialog from which you should highlight the Analysis Services Project template option and specify a project name, project location, and solution name for this new BI project. In this case, the ...

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