The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 6,900 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 12 years to get that many views.
I found a interesting video about learning how to create a sample cube i.e. Sales Analysis cube in AX2012 . This contains detailed steps to create the cube after SQL Server Analysis services are installed for specific AOS instance .Things to consider while working on cubes in AX2012 :
- Make sure AX2012 SQL Server Analysis Services is started under Administrator –>Services .
- Make sure that service account for SSAS is configured.
I found a interesting article about various types of Back up in SQL 2008 , Incremental, Differential & Full which contains syntax as well. This is useful while setting up SQL Server Management Tasks in SSMS .:
I found an interesting MSDN post about importing Model store in AX . With the elimination of AOD files, it is must read for Ax2012 Projects. Happty DAXing :
Here is link for setting up the version control set up for AX2012 . It describes in detail the various options available for version control including step by step details for configuring the same.
Here is an example on using the Carriage return for SSRS Reports to show values in Multiple lines such as Address fields Address1 and Address2 -See the VbCrLf below expression .
=Fields!CountedByShipperValue.Value + “□” + ” By Shipper” + VbCrLf + VbCrLf + Fields!CountedByDriver1Value.Value
I got a chance to work on SSRS in AX2012 . I found out a interesting feature in reports which looks way improved than the traditional MorphX reports. In SSRS report you can toggle the visiblility of one report to be based on value in another one .Refer Qty (with a + and – sign as result of toggle action by report user and the field NFMC# hiding based on Qty field.