|Cube Wackiness - Two Different Internal Errors|
|Written by Martin Mason|
|Tuesday, 24 August 2010 21:39|
A couple of weeks ago, I posted a blog entry that demonstrated my ignorance on how cube space was defined in SSAS. Starting my BI career with Essbase, I still think in the block storage mode used by that platform. One of the strengths that Essbase had was that attributes could be created on stored members without requiring the cube to be reprocessed. I thought that an SSAS attribute which had its AttributeHierarchyEnabled property set to False would behave identically. That thinking is incorrect and even disabled attributes help define the cube space.