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How do I hide the "All" member in a dimension

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Greetings,

I am working with SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) 2005.

I have created a simple dimension that presents a short list of dates.  The dimension works, but includes an automatically generated ALL member.

I am trying to figure out how to eliminate the All member from the dimension.  How do I do this?

Bob
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Go back to the dimension structure tab, and select that attribute.

Go to the properties and find "IsAggregatable" and set it to false.  You'll have to re-deploy and reprocess the dimension to check out the results.

Hope this helps.
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Thank You agandau,

That is just what I was looking for.

Bob Segrest
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