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Deleting the Calculate statement from the beginning of your MDX script will result in a cube having no data, even if the cube pr

Nov 1 2011 4:38AM by Jeff Wharton   

Removing the Calculate statement from the beginning of your MDX script has the same effect as setting the AggregateFunction property of all measures to none.

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