FIX: ROLAP Distinct Count on data source is not started when it is running from SSAS 2012 to back-end SQL Server 2014
Consider the following scenario:
- You set a Microsoft SQL Server 2014 database as the data source of a Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services (SSAS) database.
- You enable Distinct Counts by setting the value of the OLAP\ProcessPlan\EnableRolapDistinctCountOnDataSource property to 1 in the Msmdsrv.ini file of the SSAS instance.
- You restart the SSAS instance, and reprocess the SSAS database.
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Article ID: 3068351 - Last Review: 07/20/2015 22:47:00 - Revision: 1.0
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 2
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