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Unbalanced Dimension

Unbalanced Dimension

(OP)
Hi,

I'd like to know if somebody could tell me how to develop an unbalanced dimension on SQL Server 2005.

Thanks,

Levodestro.

RE: Unbalanced Dimension

Can you describe the type of structure with possibly a example?

So many people call different elements different names, that I just want to be clear we are talking about the same type of structure.

Paul
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RE: Unbalanced Dimension

(OP)
MDXer,

It's kind like this:


FactTable <--- Dimension1 ---> Dimension2 <--- Dimension 3
dim_key1 fk    dim_key1 pk     dim_key2 pk     dim_key3 pk
dim_key2 fk                    dim_key1 fk
                               dim_key3 fk

I don't know if it's easy to understand, but it's difficult to me because I'm not American.

Thanks for your help,

LevoDestro.

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