SQL Server Best Practices Article
Published: August, 2007Writers: Carl Rabeler, Eric JacobsenTechnical Reviewers: Craig Utley
There are a variety of things that you can do to improve the performance of an individual MDX query. To begin, you must identify the source(s) of the performance bottlenecks in the execution of a poorly performing MDX query. To identify the source(s) of performance bottlenecks, you need to understand how to use the available Microsoft Windows and SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services troubleshooting tools to assist you with identifying bottlenecks and learn how to interpret the information revealed by these tools. This article provides the information about the available tools and demonstrates how to use the most common of these tools to identify and resolve MDX query performance bottlenecks with individual MDX queries.
For more information, please refer to the Identifying and Resolving MDX Query Performance Bottlenecks in SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services whitepaper.
Author : Denny Lee Contributors / Reviewers : Richard Tkachuk, Akshai Mirchandani, Robert Zare, Thomas
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