Custom SSAS Assemblies

Jens Vestergaard shows us custom assemblies in SSAS:

The example in this post will be the well known Hello World example in the context of SSAS, and I trust this will illustrate the possibilities with this technique well enough, for you to apply your own solution, to your challenges.

If you’re at all familiar with CLR in the database engine, this looks to be the Analysis Services equivalent.  Hopefully it doesn’t have the same “We can’t possibly use this!” taboo that CLR seems to have in the database engine world.

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