Tim Ramey

Tim
Ramey

Tim Ramey is a software architect for ProClarity who specializes in OLAP server technologies.

Articles
January 2004 MDX Puzzle Solution
Measure a store's performance by comparing it to other stores in the database.
The Art of Cube Design
Because forecasting depends on the needs of your business, creating a forecasting cube often requires some artistic finesse. Here are some techniques you can use to solve some common cube-design problems.
Analysis Services Security and HTTP 2
If you’ve ever tried to connect users to Analysis Services over HTTP, you know you can’t use the default security protocol. Fortunately, Analysis Services lets you choose from three security options.

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