How to refresh cubes in cognoscent

If new data is returned, it is added to the Intelligent Cube. If the data to be added and deleted cannot be determined, the Full Refresh option is used as a fallback.

Process Update does handle the updates and deletes but the downside is that it is costly and slower than rest. The dynamic refresh option is illustrated in the image below. Please suggest. In my case data are getting deleted from the fact table.

Lynn Langit Lynn Langit 3,732 19 31. Now we are designing a SSIS package to process the cube. Hot Network Questions. The Intelligent Cube's filter is evaluated. You can define one incremental refresh that runs at the end of every month, and adds that month's data to the Intelligent Cube, and a second incremental refresh that deletes the previous year's data at the end of every year.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. I don't think it is the right option for you as it equivalent to Process Add of dimension.

I think it does not consider updates. I have also seen people sharing experiences where Process full was faster than Process Update For the cube As you have mentioned that both addition and deletion of data happens on fact, the best option is to do a Process Full on the current partition and do a process index on rest of the partition.

SQL Server. Answered by: I've updated a table structure and its data using queries inside the sql management studio.

I am doing a full process when deploying the cube. Edited by Tiffosi Thursday, January 6, 2011 2: From the report I've tried refreshing the datasource fields, which works, but the data itself is NOT refreshed, and I can't find any options to do just that. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking "Post Your Answer", you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.