I almost feel embarrassed…, I’ve been writing this blog for over 9 months now, and I have yet to mention Mosha, although in my defence, there is a link to his blog in the links section to the right.

As many/most of you may know, Mosha Pasumansky is one the key brains behind designing the MDX language and Analysis Services – nuff said?

Over the last year he has been working on a pet project, MDX Studio. It’s an MDX query tool which any self respecting OLAP developer should now be using on a regular basis. He has just released v0.4.6, which adds some really nifty features such as the dependency view.

If you’re just starting out with MDX, then the intellisense will be of massive benefit to you; even if you’re a seasoned pro, the performance monitoring is an essential tool on its own.

If you haven’t already tried it, have a look at Mosha’s blog, and get a copy – you won’t regret it.

And thanks for all your hard work Mosha – It’s much appreciated.

Alex

© Alex Whittles, Purple Frog Systems Ltd

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I specialise in designing and implementing SQL Server business intelligence solutions, and this is my blog! Just a collection of thoughts, techniques and ramblings on SQL Server, Cubes, Data Warehouses, MDX, DAX and whatever else comes to mind.

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