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Report Builder: An Approach to Consuming Cubes and Relational Data

With SQL Server 2005''s Report Builder, users have the ability to consume both multidimensional and relational data.

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Users have the ability to consume both multidimensional (OLAP) and relational data with SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services technology and the Report Builder feature. Learn how you can use this feature to build rich report models that allow for exploration throughout the enterprise. Plus, examine the differences between OLAP and relational data, and understand the best opportunities to use them.

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