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MDX mapping  to SSIS

Posted on 2010-09-03
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Hi Experts ,

I have MDX queries that result needs to be populated in SQL table for the  I am using SSIS package

SSIS reconize Direct members of infocube not a calcualted level memebrs that query level or session level, how to do that please let me know

if you have any other solution please let me know,




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For population of SQL table is the best the usage of openquery statement. You define a linked server to your analysis server. Results of openquery can be inserted into an existing or a new query - from SSIS you can execute a simple stored procedure.
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Yes, You are correct but we dont use linked server it overburdens the problems.

that is why we have selected SSIS package.

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