With the release of MicroStrategy Analytics Enterprise 9.4.1, the Analytical Engine logic has been enhanced with respect to joining data from multiple datasets in a Report Services Document. One of the features that is available with this release is the ability to use objects (e.g., attributes, metrics) from multiple datasets in a single grid in […]

With the release of MicroStrategy Analytics Enterprise 9.4.1, the Analytical Engine logic has been enhanced with respect to joining data from multiple datasets in a Report Services Document. One of the features that is available with this release is the ability to use objects (e.g., attributes, metrics) from multiple datasets in a single grid in […]

Meb Keflezighi of San Diego outlasted a slew of younger, world-class runners to become the first U.S. man to win the marathon since 1983. Sources: [1] Boston Athletic Association, Science of Sport. Bonnie Berkowitz and Richard Johnson/The Washington Post. Published on April 21, 2014, 9:54 p.m., http://www.washingtonpost.com/how-meb-won-the-boston-marathon/2014/04/21/2e7d1d9a-c9b1-11e3-a75e-463587891b57_graphic.html.    

This is another one of those little tricks that can save you from pulling your hair out trying to figure it out. By default, hyperlinks in a Report Services document are underlined. The underlining can not be removed by changing the format of the attribute or metric. There is an Enhancement Request open with MicroStrategy […]

In MicroStrategy Report Services Documents, document datasets and their original source reports  (such as a grid report being used as a dataset) are not completely connected to each other. Depending on the changes made on the source report, it can be reflected differently on the document. Basically, the change can be divided into two types. Type […]

Readers: There are times I want to make my online footprint disappear. I have had my e-mail address for an unusually long time (at least 15 years). I would say 95% of the e-mail I get is junk from all of the magazines and vendor sites I have subscribed to over the years. I have […]

Readers: Believe it or not, this is a question I get asked a lot by clients. Based on their requirements or data, many clients do not want the Match Case Sensitivity check box preference enabled to begin with when they are prompted. Fortunately for us, the solution to this is fairly simple as I show […]