Analysis Services doesn’t include a client tool for querying, reporting, or analyzing data, so unless you write a custom client browser, you have to find a commercial application. But which one? This review will help you choose the right tool.
"Comparative Lab Report: Client Tools for Analysis Services," InstantDoc ID 26399, gives you a comparison overview of five client tools for Analysis Services. Here are highlights of the comparison's detailed analysis.
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