today I began to troubleshoot an issue that I was asked to resolve, and for the first time I found myself querying in the SSAS database. I obtained a very useful set of results (who was connecting to what applications/cubes and for how long), but for the life of me I cannot figure out how to get the results from that query into a database table so that I can track the data. Any help would be much appreciated, and thank you in advance for any assistance you are able to provide.
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In SSAS, there's no such thing as a table; it's all multi-dimensional stuff. What you need to do is get the results into a table in a database engine instance.
Here's one way to do it: