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Changes to Fact table

Changes to Fact table

(OP)
I have a fact table in sql server that I want to add a new column to. when I do that and I try to update my data source view in analysis services it removes the rest of the changes I made to the data source view (like added foreign keys and such).

Is there a way for me to bring the changes into the data source view without losing my modifications that were made within the cube?

RE: Changes to Fact table

have you tried to refresh dsv?

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RE: Changes to Fact table

(OP)
I have - that is what wipes out the changes I made to the data source view it brings in the changes from the data source but the calculated columns and relationships I added within the data source view are gone.

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