Microsoft Implementing Data Models and Reports with Microsoft SQL Server (070-466日本語版) - 070-466日本語 Exam Practice Test

Correct Answer: C
Correct Answer: C
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* you can use the Linked Object Wizard to add a measure group from another database
* You can use the Linked Object Wizard to either link to or import cubes, dimensions, measure groups, calculations, and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). You can link to or import these items from another database on the same server or from a database on a remote server
* The Linked Object Wizard guides you through the following steps:
Selecting the Analysis Services data source from which to link or import objects.
Selecting the objects from which to link or import.
Saving the changes.
Create or modify a linked measureUse SQL Server Data Tools to create a linked measure group.
* Finalize any modifications to the original measure group now, in the source cube, so that you don't have to recreate the linked measure groups later in subsequent cubes. You can rename a linked object, but you cannot change any other properties.
* In Solution Explorer, double-click the cube to which you are adding the linked measure group. This step opens the cube in Cube Designer.
* In Cube Designer, in either the Measures pane or Dimensions pane, right-click anywhere in either pane, then select New Linked Object. This starts the Linked Object Wizard.
* On the first page, specify the data source. This step establishes the location of the original measure group. The default is the current cube in the current database, but you can also choose a different Analysis Services database.
* On the next page, choose the measure group or dimension you want to link.
Dimensions and Cube objects, such as measure groups, are listed separately.
Only those objects not already present in the current cube are available.
* Click Finish to create the linked object. Linked objects appear in the Measures and Dimensions pane, indicated by the link icon.
Ref: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms174899(v=sql.110).aspx
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Correct Answer: B,C,D
Correct Answer: D
Correct Answer: B,C,E