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Writeback into cube using excel services

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We have to integrate SQL Cubes with Excel web services(in sharepoint). We are able to read the data from cubes into an Excel uploaded on Sharepoint.However we are stuck on trying to write back to the same.In excel 2000, VB macros could be used but what about excel web Services
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Write back into cube?  I don't understand.  Cubes are typically read-only.  You'd could write into the relational database that cube is created from, and design the cube as HOLAP or enable "Dynamic Caching" have the cube automatically rebuilt though...
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