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aggregation in cube

how can we avoid aggregation in a cube?i know that cube stores aggregated data ,has this aggregation got anything to do with the aggregation we find in query properties?

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  • Posted on Jun 11, 2012 at 04:03 PM


    An aggregate is a materialized, aggregated view of the data in an InfoCube. In an aggregate, the dataset of an InfoCube is saved redundantly and persistently in a consolidated form into the database.

    Aggregates make it possible to access InfoCube data quickly in Reporting. Aggregates serve, in a similar way to database indexes, to improve performance.

    We recommend that you create aggregates, especially in the following cases:

    The execution and navigation of query data leads to delays with a group of queries.

    You want to speed up the execution and navigation of a specific query.

    You often use attributes in queries.

    You want to speed up reporting with characteristic hierarchies by aggregating specific hierarchy levels.

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