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Mine Your Business: AMO Lets You Dig Deeper into Your Data from Your Own Applications

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Analysis Management Objects (AMO) for SQL Server 2005 facilitates client-side custom programming as Decision Support Objects (DSO), the object model in SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services. With AMO, a whole range of data mining questions can be answered at the operational level. This means that sales and marketing departments get answers more quickly and thus can make informed decisions.

Liu Tang and Paul Bradley

MSDN Magazine June 2005

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Routing in dynamic data applications


Im using ASP.Net 4. I tried to modified the code according to following video tutorial. http://www.asp.net/aspnet-in-net-35-sp1/videos/how-to-enable-table-specific-routing-in-dynamic-data-applications

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Business Data Error: System.OverFlowException


I have a Business Data Catalog file I've uploaded to connect to our back end Firebird DBMS through ODBC.

The SharePoint server is MOSS 2007 x64. The web front end server(s) all have an x64 Firebird Engine and ODBC driver with verified connectivity to Firebird.

When I use one of the methods, I can see connections being made to our Firebird server and the query being passed. I know the query returns results (it's a stored procedure with no parameters), but I get the following error "An error occurred while retrieving data from MROTest1. Administrators, see the server log for more information" in IE. If I look in the server logs, I see (12\Hive\Logs)

Exception handed to HandleRuntimeException.HandleException System.OverflowException: Arithmetic operation resulted in an overflow.     at System.Data.Odbc.OdbcDataReader.GetData(Int32 i, SQL_C sqlctype, Int32 cb, Int32& cbActualOut)

Business Data Column cascade


Good afternoon, I would like to know if is possible to have two business data columns linked to each other. This is the scenario that I want:

BD Column 1 called State with all US states

BD Column 2 called City with all the cities based on the state selected on BD Column 1

Regarding Business data catalog in SharePoint


Hi All,

          I am using business data catalog to display the records present in the Active Directory based on the user selection of samAccountName. Since the number of records present in Active Directory are more than 3000 the user has to iterate through each page to get to a particular record. I want to add a kind of filter to my Definition file that user can search for a particular samAccountName from the list of samAccountName displayed in the business data list web part. I am using office server SDK by microsoft to generate the application definition file.

Any help regarding this will be appreciated.



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