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business overview webpart - filter

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HI,
Currently i'm working on main page for dynamics AX 2009. So far i've prepared some sample cube and define very simple KPI's. The thing is that in Business Overview Webpart there is a place where i can choose some previously defined filters for kpis but i don't know how to use them and where can i define those? I've been doing some searching but haven't found anything usefull.
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If you are using SharePoint 2010, then in SharePoint 2010 you could use Performance Point services. That allows you to create Dashboards and use cubes as data source.
 
 
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