This feature will be removed in the next version of Microsoft SQL Server. Do not use this feature in new development work, and modify applications that currently use this feature as soon as possible.
The examples in this topic assume that you are familiar with using Decision Support Objects (DSO) to create databases, data sources, dimensions and cubes. These advanced examples include the creation of virtual and linked cubes and virtual dimensions, as well as the capability to perform incremental updates on a cube. The following table lists the examples covered.
Gives information and examples on creating virtual cubes in DSO
Provides information and examples in DSO on creating linked cubes
Describes the creation of virtual dimensions in DSO
Details the differences between database, cube, and mining model roles, providing examples on the creation of roles in DSO
Provides information and examples on processing incremental updates in DSO