4/11/2012 9:49:14 AM
Amit Bansal -
I got a query from one of our blog readers that while he was processing the cube, the trace output was not showing up in the ‘Process Progress’ window. Something like this:
If you observe closely this seems to be running forever as the Stop button is enabled. However, the message shows the Process succeeded. No worries; You can click on Stop and Close the dialog box since the processing is complete. You should be able to browse the cube.
I have not yet investigated why the trace output is not showing – will blog on that in a short while. If someone knows the answer, do comment. The environment is Windows Server 2008 R2 with Analysis Services 2008 R2 SP1.
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I found something from Microsoft connect, not sure what is final solution for the same.
Thanks Tejal for letting us know that its a known bug...
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