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Permissions needed on Named Sets?

Posted By:      Posted Date: December 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server

Hello All.

I have a simple cube deployed and I just now added a named set using the TopCount functin as follows:


AS TopCount([Publisher].[Publisher Initials].Members, 10,[Measures].[Ad Rate]),

DISPLAY_FOLDER = 'Top Performers';

After processing, I can see and use the new Named Set in both the BIDS Cube Browser and in Excel, but another user cannot even see it. I have Administrator rights on the Analysis Server, he is simpl

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