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QUESTION 91
Drag and Drop Questions
You are developing a SQL Server Analysis Services (S5AS) multidimensional project that is configured to source data from a SQL Azure database. You plan to use multiple servers to process different partitions simultaneously. You create and configure a new data source. You need to create a new partition and configure SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) to use a remote server to process data contained within the partition. Which three actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)

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Explanation:
* You create a remote partition using the Partition Wizard. On the Specify Processing and Storage Options page, for the Remote Analysis Services data source, specify the dedicated database on the remote instance of Analysis Services. This instance of Analysis Services is called the remote server of the remote partition. For Storage location, you can specify the default data location for the remote server or a specified folder on the server.
You must create an Analysis Services database on the remote server and provide appropriate security settings. An additional OLAP data source is created on the remote database pointing to the server on which the partition is defined. The MasterDatasourceID property setting on the remote database points to the data source which, in turn, points to the master server. This property is only set on a database that contains remote partitions. The RemoteDatasourceID property setting on the remote partition specifies the ID of the OLAP data source on the master server that points to the remote server. A remote database can only host remote partitions for a single server.
* Before you create a remote partition, the following conditions must be met:
The domain user account for the local instance of Analysis Services must have administrative access to the remote database.
Reference: Creating and Managing a Remote Partition

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QUESTION 81
A multinational retailer has retail locations on several continents. A single SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) instance is used for global reporting. A SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) instance for each continent hosts a multidimensional database named RetailSales. Each RetailSales database stores data only for the continent in which it resides. All of the SSAS instances are configured identically. The cube names and objects are identical. Reports must meet the following requirements:
– A report parameter named ServerName must be defined in each report.
– When running a report, users must be prompted to select a server instance.
– The report data source must use the Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services data source type.
You need to create a data source to meet the requirements.
How should you define the expression that is assigned to the connection string property of the data source?

A.    =”Server=” &Parameters!ServerName.Value& “;Initial Catalog=RevenueData”
B.    =”Data Source=” &Parameters!ServerName.Value& “;Initial Catalog=RevenueData”
C.    =”Server=” & Parameters!ServerName.Value
D.    =”Data [email protected];Initial Catalog=RevenueData”
E.    =”[email protected];Initial Catalog=RevenueData”

Answer: B

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QUESTION 71
You are developing a BI Semantic Model (BISM) based on a simple and small dataset sourced from SQL Server. The data size and complexity of the data relationships will not change. The model will be used to produce reports in Power View. You need to use an appropriate project type. Which project types should you use? (Each answer presents a complete solution. Choose all that apply.)

A.    a tabular project that uses the DirectQuery query mode
B.    a tabular project that uses the In-Memory query mode
C.    a multidimensional project that uses the ROLAP storage mode
D.    a PowerPivot workbook that is deployed to Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
E.    a multidimensional project that uses the MOLAP storage mode

Answer: ABE
Explanation:
Power View is a thin web client that launches right in the browser from a data model in SharePoint Server 2010. The model can be a PowerPivot model workbook or a tabular model running on a SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services (SSAS) server.

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QUESTION 61
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You are developing a SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) cube. You need to reuse a Revenue measure group from a different database. In SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT), which three actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)

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Explanation:
* you can use the Linked Object Wizard to add a measure group from another database
* You can use the Linked Object Wizard to either link to or import cubes, dimensions, measure groups, calculations, and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). You can link to or import these items from another database on the same server or from a database on a remote server
* The Linked Object Wizard guides you through the following steps:
Selecting the Analysis Services data source from which to link or import objects.
Selecting the objects from which to link or import.
Saving the changes.
* Use the Select Objects page to select the objects that will be linked to or imported. Dimensions and measure groups (including the associated measures) are linked. Actions, key performance indicators (KPIs), and calculations are imported.

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QUESTION 51
You are creating a SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) multidimensional database.
Users need a time dimension for:
Dates
Delivery dates
Ship dates
You need to implement the minimum number of required SSAS objects. What should you do?

A.    Use role playing dimensions.
B.     Use the Business Intelligence Wizard to define dimension intelligence.
C.    Add a measure that uses the Count aggregate function to an existing measure group.
D.    Add a measure that uses the DistinctCount aggregate function to an existing measure group.
E.    Add a measure that uses the LastNonEmpty aggregate function.
Use a regular relationship between the time dimension and the measure group.
F.    Add a measure group that has one measure that uses the DistinctCount aggregate function.
G.    Add a calculated measure based on an expression that counts members filtered by the Exists and
NonEmpty functions.
H.    Add a hidden measure that uses the Sum aggregate function.
Add a calculated measure aggregating the measure along the time dimension.
I.    Create several dimensions.
Add each dimension to the cube.
J.    Create a dimension.
Then add a cube dimension and link it several times to the measure group.
K.    Create a dimension.
Create regular relationships between the cube dimension and the measure group.
Configure the relationships to use different dimension attributes.
L.    Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy.
Set the XsAggregatable property to False and then set the DefaultMember property.
Use a regular relationship between the dimension and measure group.
M.    Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy.
Set the IsAggregatable property to False and then set the DefaultMember property.
Use a many-to-many relationship to link the dimension to the measure group.
N.    Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy.
Set the ValueColumn property, set the IsAggregatable property to False, and then set the DefaultMember
property.
Configure the cube dimension so that it does not have a relationship with the measure group.
Add a calculated measure that uses the MemberValue attribute property.
O.    Create a new named calculation in the data source view to calculate a rolling sum.
Add a measure that uses the Max aggregate function based on the named calculation.

Answer: A

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QUESTION 41
You are developing a SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) cube. The cube contains several dimensions, a local measure group, and a linked measure group. Both measure groups use MOLAP partitions. You need to write-enable one of the linked measure group partitions to support Microsoft Excel 2010 PivotTable What-If Analysis. What should you do before the partition can be write- enabled?

A.    Implement the cube as a local cube.
B.    Implement the linked measure group as a local measure group.
C.    Ensure that the measure group measures only use semiadditive aggregation functions.
D.    Ensure that the measure group measures only use nonadditive aggregation functions

Answer: B

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QUESTION 31
You are developing a BI Semantic Model (BISM) based on a simple and small dataset sourced from SQL Server. The data size and complexity of the data relationships will not change. The model will be used to produce reports in Power View. The reports will show the relationship between product sales and rainfall over time. You need to use an appropriate project type. Which project types should you use? (Each answer presents a complete solution. Choose all that apply.)

A.    a tabular project that uses the In-Memory query mode
B.    a multidimensional project that uses the MOLAP storage mode and proactive cache
C.    a multidimensional project that uses the ROLAP storage mode and columnstore indexes
D.    a PowerPivot workbook that is deployed to Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
E.    a tabular project that uses the DirectQuery query mode

Answer: ABE
Explanation:
Power View is a thin web client that launches right in the browser from a data model in SharePoint Server 2010. The model can be a PowerPivot model workbook or a tabular model running on a SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services (SSAS) server.

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QUESTION 21
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You have a single SQL Server 2008 R2 Analysis Services (SSAS) instance. You are planning to upgrade the instance to SQL Server 2012. You need to import an existing PowerPivot workbook to create a tabular project. Which three actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)

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Answer:

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Explanation:
* To create a new tabular model project from a PowerPivot for Excel file
* When creating a new tabular model project by importing from a PowerPivot workbook, the metadata that defines the structure of the workbook is used to create and define the structure of the tabular model project in SQL Server Data Tools. Objects such as tables, columns, measures, and relationships are retained and will appear in the tabular model project as they are in the PowerPivot workbook.
* Analysis Services provides three different approaches for creating a business intelligence semantic model: tabular, multidimensional, and PowerPivot. Tabular solutions use relational modeling constructs such as tables and relationships for modeling data, and the xVelocity inmemory analytics engine for storing and calculating data
Reference: Import from PowerPivot (SSAS Tabular)

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