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Cube Editor - Data View

SQL Server 2000

Cube Editor - Data View

Use this tool to browse a cube's data and examine and edit a cube's structure. You can also use Cube Editor and connected dialog boxes to perform various procedures.

Cube Editor appears in two views, data and schema. Both views include the tree pane and properties pane. The data view includes the Data tab, and the schema view includes the Schema tab. You can switch from one view to another by clicking the Data tab or the Schema tab at the bottom of Cube Editor. You can also click Data or Schema on the View menu.

This topic describes the data view. For information about the schema view, see Cube Editor - Schema View. The data view is shown here.

Cube Editor - Data View

Cube Editor – Data View appears when you do either of the following:

  • In the Analysis Manager tree pane, right-click a cube, and then click Edit.

  • In the Analysis Manager tree pane, click a cube, and then on the Action menu, click Edit.

  • Cube Editor has five areas. For more details about the areas, click a link in the following table.
    To do this See
    Perform commands available in Cube Editor menus Menus (Cube Editor Data View)
    Perform common actions represented by icons on the Cube Editor toolbar Toolbar (Cube Editor Data View)
    View cube objects displayed in the tree pane Tree Pane (Cube Editor Data View)
    View and modify properties of the object selected in the Cube Editor tree pane

    View descriptions of properties and the objects to which they apply

    Properties Pane (Cube Editor Data View)
    View the cube data in a table format. Exchange or move dimensions

    Slice through a dimension, or drill down into a member

    Data Tab (Cube Editor Data View)

See Also

Building a Cube with the Editor

Creating and Maintaining Private Dimensions

Creating Calculated Members

Specifying Drillthrough Options

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