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Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Business Intelligence Development: Beginner’s Guide by Reza Rad

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Time for action – running DMX queries from a .NET application

In this example, we will deploy the existing predictive data mining model to Analysis Services. Then, we will use a DMX query in the .NET application to create a PREDICTION JOIN between the mining model and the raw data in a database table. As a result, we will have a model applied to the dataset through C#, .NET, and DMX. Perform the following steps to run queries from an application:

  1. Open the source code of Chapter 8, Identifying Data Patterns – Predictive Models in SSAS, which is Chapter 08 Data Mining Predictive Models.sln in SSDT.
  2. Right-click on the project (not the solution) and go to Properties in the pop-up menu.
  3. In the Property Page menu, go to the Deployment tab, and change ...

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