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There are a lot of tools for comparing “regular” SQL databases, but I couldn’t find any tool for comparing SSAS databases
or cubes. Is there one or is it just no need in such a tool among BI community?
I have some problem here..
I'm using SQL Server Analysis Services 2005.. I want to attach/detach my analysis database, but i cannot find any option there..
does anybody have the script to attach the database?
Many thanks and regards...
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