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I have deployed the analysis services project to the localhost database.  However, when I open the localhost SQL Server in SQL Management Studio, I cannot see the database.  According the properties of the project, the name of the database is 'JDE_Dashboards_Scorecards'.

Please help in this regard and let me know where I can see the database deployed at the end of the analysis project.
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PedroCGD earned 500 total points
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Dear friend,
You should connect to Analysis services database and not database engine.
Check attached image...
helped?
regards,
Pedro

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I am awarding you points because you have answered it correctly.
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