Tag Archives: OLAP

Understanding the Differences Between Using Standard AX OLAP Cubes in Microsoft® Dynamics® AX 2009 and timeXtender as a BI Platform

Introduction If your organization uses Microsoft Dynamics AX, you have probably wondered about the differences between using standard AX OLAP cubes and timeXtender as your Business Intelligence platform. While standard OLAP cubes in Dynamics AX 2009 come with functionality that addresses some of the challenges of former versions a BI solution based only on standard

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Documentation – Full Printable

- Fully automated generation of Documentation, including full version control to ensure that the generated documentation corresponds to the deployed version of the project. Comments can be added to all elements in the project. The template can be modified and the documentation comes as a hyperlinked PDF document. The documentation is valid for IT Audit

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Business Functions for SSAS Multidimensional

Wrap commonly used calculations for easy reuse. Use them across installations and projects through import/export. Parametrize calculations for easy maintenance. Hide complexity from business users.

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Merge Deployment on OLAP

A limitation in the native Microsoft tools is preventing multiple cubes from different projects to be deployed into the same SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) database. The native functionality causes the last deployment to overwrite any previously deployed databases. With TX2014 you are able to deploy multiple cubes and dimensions from separate projects to be

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MDX Code Automation

Comes with MDX and VB function library with syntaxt template. Support for Intellisense. You achieve instant results for efficient prototyping.

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Reverse Engineer for SSAS Multidimensional

If you have an existing set of cubes, the reverse engineering feature allows you to import the dimensions, cubes, measures, calculations of an Analysis Services database into the TX2014 meta model. This is especially useful when converting your hand coded cubes into timeXtender, and means that you do not have to create your cubes from

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Advanced XMLA Scripting

Enhances the standard XMLA scripting language, and supports XPATH queries for XML manipulation.

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