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Programming Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2008 by Leonard Lobel, Andrew Brust, and Stephen Forte

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Translations

Much as you do with perspectives, you define translations on their own tab in the cube designer, in a grid containing distinct rows for each object in the cube, with each translation occupying its own column in the grid. Rather than soliciting a name and providing check boxes next to each object, however, the Translations tab solicits a language and culture and provides an editable cell for the translated name of each object.

For our exercise, click the Translations tab, and then click the New Translation toolbar button (third from the left), select Cube, New Translation, or select the New Translation shortcut menu option. Select Spanish (Spain) in the Select Language dialog box, and then click OK. A translation should contain localized ...

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