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Analysis Services 2005 Migration
SQL Server Technical Article

Writer: Michael Young Technical Reviewer: Dave Wickert Published: May 2005 Applies To: Microsoft SQL Server 2005

© 2005 ProClarity Corporation

Executive Summary
This paper is a guide through the migration process to Analysis Services 2005. The introduction of the Unified Dimensional Model (UDM) provides designopportunities for cube developers that were simply not available before. The UDM has brought together the relational reporting and OLAP reporting worlds to provide a unified forum for both data request environments. Migrating to this new product is best done through understanding the new design options and determining how they affect your organization. The Migration Wizard is available as a toolthat will move your existing cubes to the new version of Analysis Services. It is a fast and effective tool. It is the goal of this paper to not only introduce you to the tool but also help you determine whether the tool is the best for you. In some cases it is better to redesign from scratch to ensure that you are properly leveraging the new features of Analysis Services 2005.

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Table of Contents
Introduction to Project REAL........................................................................... 2 Introduction .................................................................................................... 3 Cube Design Issues that Impact Migration...................................................... 3 Attribute Hierarchies...
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