SQL Server Performance

result display

Discussion in 'SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services' started by elepag, Apr 6, 2007.

  1. elepag New Member

    Hi,

    Can anybody help? I'm using OLEDB (and MDX) with VB.Net and
    SQL Sever 2005 and I'm having difficulty finding a
    good way of displaying the resulting cellset on the form. The office
    pivottable component looks good in theory but I can't get it to
    display the data. If anyone could give me some hints, or even better
    code, to get this to work then that would be great.


    Alternatively any other methods/techniques for displaying this (or an
    alternative format of the data) it would also be a great help.


    Many thanks in advance.


    Gav


  2. satya Moderator

    Not able to display the data resulting cellset means are you getting any error or unable to get the proper result?

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  3. elepag New Member

    I haven't any error, but I don't know the way for display cube result.
    Sorry, excuse me for my english, because I'm italian.
    By the way..... I see the excel pivot table, I created right a table, and now I try to insert it in my vb.net project. Do you have any suggestion?? Alternatively any other methods/techniques for displaying this it would also be a great help.
    Thanks a lot
    Eleonora
  4. ranjitjain New Member

    Hi,
    Try firing your MDX query in SQL Management studio to
    validate whether MDX actually returns data or not.

    Then in vb.net using ADOMD object you can execute MDX on cube
    and can retrive the result either in XML format or in cellset format.
    You can google on using ADOMD.

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