Teo Lachev

Teo
Lachev

Teo Lachev, MVP (SQL Server), MCSD, MCT, is a consultant, author, and trainer, with a focus on Microsoft Business Intelligence. His most recent book is "Applied Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services" (Prologika Press). Teo Lachev delivers Business Intelligence training through his company, Prologika (http://www.prologika.com).

Articles
Passing Multivalued Parameters in SQL Server 2008
Table-value parameters, a new feature in SQL Server 2008, makes it easier to pass multivalued parameters. Learn how to use them.
Protect UDM with Dimension Data Security, Part 2 9
Two approaches let you use MDX expressions to easily secure UDM data: storing security policies in a factless fact table and leveraging SSAS stored procedures to integrate UDM with an external security service.
Protect UDM with Dimension Data Security
SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services offers a robust role-based security model for restricting access to Unified Dimensional Model objects and data.

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