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Unsupported data format : Accessing SSAS using msmdpump.dll

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

I have always been developing my cube with my local SSAS and my local IIS. I have msmdpump.dll and msmdpump.ini setup correctly and has been working so far.

I now need to deploy the same database to a server database hosted in the company, so I changed the msmdpump.ini to point to that SSAS.

As i do that I get this "Unsupported data format" when i try to connect.

I am certain that there has something to do with security.

My application will handle the security so in my IIS i have Anonymous access for the directory. Do i need to set something on the SSAS so that it can allow anonymous access from IIS?




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