Tabular models are in-memory databases in SQL Server Analysis Services, an OLAP server bundled with SQL Server by Microsoft.

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Remove Data From Memory when Using SSAS Tabular In-Memory Mode

I use SSAS Tabular in In-Memory mode. I also use partitions to divide my data. So I will have one partition per month. AFAIK, when using In-Memory mode, server keeps processed data in memory forever....
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How do I tell which Edition and Version my SSAS Instance is running?

In SQL Server on the database engine, you can run a SQL query like this to get the server's version info like Edition and Version, and Update Level, etc. SELECT @@VERSION What is the MDX equivalent ...
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SSAS cube fact and dimension relationship

I have a cube that all the tables has one row per ID and have measure in all of them except for the calendar dimension. When I view the measures in excel from Table 1 with attributes from table 2, I ...
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How to calculate/store Top 10 in a tabular model?

We have recently created an SSAS tabular model so our users can access it via PowerView. We have a measure on one of our fact tables to get the TotalActiveItems using a formula: TotalActive:=COUNTAX(...
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SSAS tabular browse Excel relationships not working

I'm currently building an education data warehouse. I have three factless fact tables for distinct set of grades due to the fact I have no measures (I'm not aggregating anything), the grades are ...
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SQL Server is configured to allow remote connections

I use SQL Server 2012 and SSAS Tabular Mode (My Instance Name Is MSSQLSERVER2012T) Then I download AdventureWorks Tabular Model SQL Server 2012 From This link I open it with Visual Studio 2010 and ...
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Calculated Measure to get only most current from one dimension on snapshot fact but keep other filters

I'm working on a tabular cube in SSAS 2012 SP1 CU4. I have 3 dimensions (Requisition, Requisition Status, Date) and 1 fact (Requisition Counts). My fact table is at the grain of requisitionKEY, ...