4/16/2012 8:13:41 AM
Amit Bansal -
Last week while working on an assignment in Analysis Services, I came across a strange behavior that trace output was not showing. One of the readers of my blog, Tejal, pointed out that it was a known bug. You can read the blog here: http://www.sqlservergeeks.com/blogs/AmitBansal/sql-server-bi/516/sql-server-analysis-services-trace-output-not-showing-while-processing-the-cube
During the same assignment, I came across another one. The function library for some categories like DATETIME, INFO, MATHSTIRNG, TEXT, etc is showing blank. It’s the same case in SQL Server Management Studio and Business Intelligence Development Studio.
This seems to be a R2 64 bit issue only. If anyone has a workaround to fix this, do comment !
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