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Example 1—Permitting Access to All Members

In this example, a database role has read permission to all cells in a cube.

Based on these cell data permissions for this database role, a query on all cells returns the result set shown in the following table.

Continent Region Cost Cost Revenue Revenue Tax Tax

1997

1998

1997

1998

1997

1998

Asia

.

1453

2507

1892

2918

182

266

.

Japan

1111

2009

1349

2306

133

210

.

Korea

342

498

543

612

49

56

Europe

.

1309

1514

1675

1835

304

348

.

France

864

931

1002

1122

205

228

.

Germany

445

583

673

713

99

120

N. America

.

2745

2544

3351

3201

456

432

.

Canada

622

511

740

691

59

58

.

USA

2123

2033

2611

2510

397

374

ms174904.note(en-US,SQL.90).gifImportant:
If a Microsoft Windows user or group belongs to multiple database roles, a query on all cells would first result in a dataset being generated based on each database role to which the user or group belongs. Then, Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services (SSAS) would combine of all these datasets into one dataset, and return that combined dataset to the user or group.

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