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SQL Olap data aggregation error.

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If i try to design aggregations in my olap cubes i get the following error:

The 'Query' required element is missing under Envelope/Body/Execute/Command/Alter/ObjectDefinition/Database/Dimensions/Dimension/ProactiveCaching/Source/IncrementalProcessingNotifications/IncrementalProcessingNotification at line 7216, column 60 (namespace 'http://schemas.microsoft.com/analysisservices/2003/engine').

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I can't find the line 7216 because if i look at the code for a specific cube they don't go that high.  also, i have many cubes and get the same error when designing aggregations in each one.  I have tried on multiple systems attached to the same olap database.  I used both the live database and a project solution file.  We are using SQL 2005 Std edition so we don't have any proactive caching, and everything is MOLAP.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Install SP2 and Cumulative package 9, and try again!
regards!
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