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I am  using  Microsoft t Visual Studio  2010 In process of creating Cube based on SQL Server 2008 platform.
 I created data source then data source view and put in several tables that went ok.
Then I was trying to add -  create Named Query in data source view  .
In query I am using Left outer apply  to call  function. This function is table - valued function.
Query is created
When I double click on this query I got this error popped up:
 SQL Syntax Error Encountered
The following errors were encountered while parsing the contents of SQL pane:
“The OUTER APPLY SQL construct or statement is not supported.”
However, If I right  click on it and  click on explore data I can see data.
How to get read of this error.
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The problem is exactly what it say - it is not supported. There is no problem with the query itself though
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