Analysis Services OLE DB Provider is an add-on that is intended for.NET developers.
It adds a toolbox for connecting Analysis Services to.NET applications.
Analysis Services OLE DB Provider Architecture:
It is a VSTO (Visual Studio Tools for Office) add-in for Visual Studio.NET 2005.
As such, this plugin will enable you to access OLAP functionality easily and, using the toolbox, connect to Analysis Services to create and analyze MDX queries.
Using the toolbox, you can create and analyze MDX queries directly, or you can use a connection string in a variety of scenarios.
You can easily manage the creation of the cube and analyze it using the Analysis Services toolbox.
Analysis Services OLE DB Provider Requirements:
· Analysis Services OLE DB Provider requires.NET Framework 3.5 and Windows Vista or higher.
· Analysis Services OLE DB Provider requires Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 or higher.
· Analysis Services OLE DB Provider requires Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 2005 or higher.
You can create new Excel workbooks and add charts or tables that include data from a Microsoft Analysis Services data source. Now you can connect with Analysis Services while working with Excel.
You can store data from various data sources in an Analysis Services data source. Now you can connect with Excel while working with Analysis Services.
You can update Analysis Services objects such as dimensions, measures, and cubes. Now you can connect with Analysis Services while working with Excel.
You can create new data from an Analysis Services data source while working with Excel. Now you can connect with Analysis Services while working with Excel.
You can write data to an Analysis Services data source while working with Excel. Now you can connect with Analysis Services while working with Excel.
You can work with two Analysis Services data sources in an Excel workbook at the same time. Now you can connect with Analysis Services while working with Excel.
You can use graphical functions in the Analysis Services toolbox. Now you can connect with Analysis Services while working with Excel.
You can change properties of charts or tables that are based on data from a Microsoft Analysis Services data source. Now you can
There are two different providers within the Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services provider for OLAP :
OLAP provides the idea to discover rich structure of data using multidimensional databases that can help users to navigate the information efficiently and easily. This in turn helps them to draw insights from a variety of data sources, analyzing it at levels from small to large.
The second component, OLTP, deals with on-line transactional processing through the usage of integrated methods for structured reports and OLAP.
With a powerful data mining engine, data-modelling tools, wide collection of data types, dynamic language support and a number of connection features for Analysis Services, this provider makes data analysis and exploration much easier.
Out of the box, this provider supports Metadata Sources, Data Sources, Models and Data Mining Samples.
Enhanced security features and reporting options are a couple of exciting features of Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services 9.0 OLE DB Provider, which makes data mining applications much easier to design and deploy.
– Smart Client that uses OLE DB Provider as its back-end engine to connect to Analysis Services.
– Integrated and rich set of tools for role-based security, analysis and query.
– Multi-language support with support for implementation of multi-language pages and web controls.
– Support for an integrated browser-side schema-validation.
– Support for the use of a complete set of MDRows and MDElements interfaces, together with other components of the Analysis Services OLE DB Provider.
– Support for the design and deployment of reports and data mining sample objects as user-definable table templates.
– Support for the design and deployment of materialized query tables.
– Support for two-way data-binding using Aggregate objects.
– The Analysis Services OLE DB Provider supports over ten interfaces, including OCI, MDX, DAX, OracleMetadata, OLE DB, Metadata Manager, Query Processor and Report Processor.
– The provider supports all the data types, stored procedures and functions in Analysis Services and enables you to connect to the cubes easily.
– Support for multi-threaded Performance Schema components.
– Support for full security functionalities.
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services OLTP 9.0 OLE DB Provider (Analytics Extensions) Enhancements:
There are also couple of enhancements for this particular provider :
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services OLTP 9.0 OLE DB Provider
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services 9.0 OLE DB Provider enables organizations and developers to easily create and build comprehensive, enterprise-scale reports (Reporting). It comes with the functionality to create designs and view reports online when needed or later on, on demand.
It is possible to make use of various methods for offline and online data mining within BI applications, by simply connecting to a Reporting Services report server. Through the use of API’s and interfaces, it is also possible to interact with databases and relational models.
As such, you can build more comprehensive BI solutions using the integrated functionalities. In this manner, you can rely on the program’s performance to produce high-quality reports, allowing you to view raw data or to build a single report that provides a consistent view of your data.
If you’re looking to implement Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services 9.0 OLE DB Provider for Web, you can do so by simply connecting to report server or using API’s and interfaces to generate data mining queries.
In other words, BI developers are empowered with rich-modelling capabilities, manage security, get the job done effortlessly and provide a consistent view of their data. As a standalone provider, the Reporting Services OLE DB Provider integrates seamlessly within SQL Server and enables you to create and generate OLAP cubes from xml files.
As such, it is possible to manipulate all data stored in Reporting Services reports. In this manner, you can create and analyze Reporting Services reports, which in turn enables analysts to generate various reports such as line, bar, pie and combo charts, while also getting a highly interactive view of the data.
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services 9.0 OLE DB Provider Features:
Develop custom design tools and reports
It gives you the ability to design your own tools, views and reports that help you to customize the design and output of the data
It also supports custom reports, which are allowed you to create a graphically interactive report using reporting services
Provides out-of-the-box Data Mining Tasks, which enables you to build various OLAP cubes and also supports ad-hoc queries
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services 9.0 OLE DB Provider Description:
SQL Server 2000
SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services 10.0 OLE DB Provider enables organizations and developers to easily create and build comprehensive, enterprise-scale analysis solutions (OLAP).
It comes with the data mining functionality, which
With the Analysis Services OLE DB Provider, you can easily connect to
Microsoft Analysis Services and create useful and intuitive analysis solutions
on the fly.
By using the SQL Server 2005 OLAP Services, you can create OLAP cubes
that enable you to access the data in an Analysis Services database, create
and maintain multi-dimensional structures, and develop applications based
on these data for the purpose of BI.
This provider acts as an OLE DB provider interface (ODPI) to Microsoft
Analysis Services (MSAS) and provides a back-end for the Analysis Services
provider and the OLAP systems presented in Microsoft Office 2003 and
Microsoft Office System Analysis Services.
This provider supports dialects for MDX queries used with Analysis Services.
When using this provider with existing queries, the data returned is the
same as when directly connected to Analysis Services.
Users can also use existing objects directly with this provider to produce
the same results as working directly with Analysis Services, such as
cubes, dimensions, and hierarchies.
The provider can be used standalone. Users need only install the provider
and then connect to Analysis Services (Microsoft SQL Server 2005, Microsoft
SQL Server 2008, Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2, or Microsoft SQL Server
The Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services OLE DB Provider is part of
the SQL Server Data Tools add-on that is available for Microsoft Visual
Studio.NET 2005, Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 2005 SDK, Microsoft
Visual Studio.NET 2006, Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 2008 Express Edition,
Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 2010 Express and Microsoft Visual Studio
2010 Ultimate (2008 R2 version) and is free of charge.
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services 9.0 OLE DB Provider with ODS Features:
The Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services OLE DB Provider is capable of
communicating to Analysis Services databases that support the ODS (Office
Data Storage) features of Microsoft Office System Analysis Services.
When connecting to an ODS database, this provider uses the ODS namespace
and the OLE DB Provider for DBX (ODP.dbx) for native access.
During an ODS connect, this provider attempts to locate the ODS connector
for Office System Analysis Services.
If the ODS connector is not found, it instead uses the OLE DB connector
OS: Windows 7 (SP1)
Processor: Intel® Core i5-2400 or AMD FX 6300 or above
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 or AMD Radeon R9 280 or above
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 2 GB available space
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