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Analysis Services Multidimensional Database Samples

To help you learn more about how to work with the latest version of Microsoft Analysis Services, you can download the following sample applications from CodePlex.

NoteNote

Analysis ServicesBusiness Intelligence Development Studio is not supported on computers running on the IA64 platform; the 64-bit development environment is supported on x64-based platforms. Analysis Services samples can be modified and run on computers running on either x86 or x64-based platforms while databases used by the samples are deployed on an IA64 platform.

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Readme for AMOAdventureWorks Sample

The AMOAdventureWorks sample is a C# program that illustrates the use of the Analysis Management Objects (AMO) to create complex OLAP cubes.

Readme_Analysis Services Personalization Extensions Sample

The Analysis Services Personalization Extensions sample is a C# program that illustrates how to create user-based personalizations. These personalizations are not permanent objects in the cube, but are objects that the client application applies dynamically during the user's session.

The Analysis Services Personalization Extensions sample dynamically creates a different object for three different users. For each user connection, the sample enables only the object that is associated with that user. Each of these personalization objects is only visible during the user's session.

Readme for AS Simple Sample

The AS Simple Sample is a C# program that illustrates the use of the Analysis Management Objects (AMO) to create complex OLAP cubes and the use of ADOMD.NET to access the contents of the newly created cubes.

Readme for Backup And Restore Sample

The Backup and Restore sample enables you to use Analysis Management Objects (AMO) objects to connect to an Analysis Services server.

Readme for DisplayObjectNames Sample

The DisplayObjectNames sample enables you to use Analysis Management Objects (AMO) objects to connect to an Analysis Services server and then display the names of some of the AMO objects.

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