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Hi,

I have an analysis services cube and customer dimension that has 10 members.

For some reason I process the cube and the primary key attribute only returns 1 value. Where as the name attribute has all 10 members.

When I process the cube it says that it can't process because the members are missing. Why is the dimension key not including all the keys?

I added an additional attribute which is the same source as the dimension attribute key and this will return all values. What is causing the issue with the key?


Thanks.
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have you process the dimension first ....?
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Yes. I fully process the dimension first. When I browse the dimension it only has 1 member in the attribute key. Could it be because of a join condition?
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Resolved myself
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