SQL Server: Expose OLAP Cube over HTTP port 80

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riteshmedhe Ritesh Medhe (Member since: 3/31/2011 11:34:25 AM)
Ritesh Medhe is a Microsoft Certified DBA & a BI professional with over 8 years of experience. Expertise: Performance optimization & SQL Server Administration

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Jack Owens
3/6/2012 11:50:04 AM Jack Owens said:

If you could add a screen shot of what the sample web-site (connected to OLAP data) would look like that would have been a great value add too

3/9/2012 5:11:37 PM Ananda said:

How to apply Claims based authentication on SSAS

8/29/2012 11:12:13 AM Rakesh said:

its always better to check for port availability using netstat command and decide the port. I had lot of clients who had the same issue as it was done on default port.


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