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9. IN SSAS, how do you create multiple views of the same cube without having to create multiple cubes?

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IN SSAS, how do you create multiple views of the same cube without having to create multiple cubes?
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If by "...create multiple views of the same cube..." you mean dimensions then that's exactly what you will have to do - add multiple/different dimensions to the same cube and for performance/details please see article "One Cube vs Multiple Cubes" at link below:

http://cwebbbi.wordpress.com/2010/09/02/one-cube-vs-multiple-cubes/

If by "...create multiple views of the same cube..." you mean multiple views(data sources) feeding a cube then please see comments at link below:
https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/e477df41-7479-455a-ae4e-f04e4162eaa2/ssas-cube-multiple-data-source-views-bad-query-performance
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You create a perspective.
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