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Hello Experts,
I have a SSAS cube named HCSALES. I want to create a report that
shows two dimension hierarchies and two measures.
Which one do you prefer to show this resultset Matrix or tabular?

Because I have some performance pains with tabular reports.
But also have very less knowledge about matrix reports.

I have attached some screenshots about my resultset and report
fields.
queryresultset.png
reportfields.png
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matrix would be easier for you
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