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Integrating Microsoft SQL Server 2000 OLAP and Microsoft Office: Building a PivotTable List within FrontPage

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Develop reports directly from an OLAP cube with an Office PivotTable list. This tutorial designs and builds a PivotTable list within Microsoft FrontPage 2000, so you can discover how developing from scratch differs from publishing from an existing Excel PivotTable report. The tutorial focuses on “natural” PivotTable list strengths, including made-for-web robustness and control over user capabilities.
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This lesson is the second part of a two-part tutorial within the series "Integrating Microsoft SQL Server 2000 OLAP and Microsoft Office." This series introduces numerous features in the partnership of Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services and Office 2000 (and beyond). As discussed in the first article in this series, "Creating an Excel PivotTable Report with an OLAP Cube," we'll explore features that serve to integrate the applications, providing enhanced business intelligence capabilities.

For more information on the series, as well as the hardware/software requirements to prepare for the tutorials we'll undertake, see the first article in the series, "Creating an Excel PivotTable Report with an OLAP Cube,"

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