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QUESTION 61

You install SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). You need to restore a copy of the symmetric key. Which command should you run?

 

A.

rskeymgmt -d

B.

rskeymgmt -e -f %temp%rs.key -p Password1

C.

rskeymgmt -i

D.

rskeymgmt -a -f %temp%rs.key -p Password1

 

Correct Answer: D

 

 

QUESTION 62

You are managing a SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) instance in native mode. A role named Folder Access Controller is present on the server. The Folder Access Controller role consists of only the Set security for individual items task. When role members open Report Manager, they cannot view folders. You need to modify the Folder Access Controller role sc that the role members can view folders. Which task should you add to the Folder Access Controller role?

 

A.

Manage models

B.

Manage reports

C.

View reports

D.

Manage folders

 

Correct Answer: D

 

 

QUESTION 63

You have a SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) instance. The instance has a report that displays 3 million records. Users report that they experience performance issues when they use the report. You need to ensure that the report renders as quickly as possible. Which two actions should you perform? Each correct answer presents part of the solution.

 

A.

Enable versioning.

B.

Enable caching.

C.

Enable report histor
y.

D.

Create snapshots.

E.

Implement pagination.

 

Correct Answer: AB

 

 

QUESTION 64

You are working with a SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) instance in native mode. An item role named Reports Writer is present on the server. The Reports Writer role cannot view and modify report caching parameters. You need to ensure that the Reports Writer role can view and modify report caching parameters. What should you do?

 

A.

Add the Manage all subscriptions task to the Reports Writer role.

B.

Add the Manage report history task to the Reports Writer role.

C.

Add the View data sources task to the Reports Writer role.

D.

Add the Manage individual subscriptions task to the Reports Writer role.

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Correct Answer: B

Explanation:

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Manage report history

Create, view, and delete report history, view report history properties, and view and modify settings that determine snapshot history limits and how caching works.

 

 

QUESTION 65

You are developing a SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) multidimensional project.

 

A fact table is related to a dimension table named DimScenario by a column named ScenarioKey.

 

The dimension table contains three rows for the following scenarios:

 

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You need to create a dimension to allow users to view and compare data by scenario.

 

What shou
ld you do?

 

A.

Use role playing dimensions.

B.

Use the Business Intelligence Wizard to define dimension intelligence.

C.

Add a measure that uses the Count aggregate function to an existing measure group.

D.

Add a measure that uses the DistinctCount aggregate function to an existing measure group.

E.

Add a measure group that has one measure that uses the DistinctCount aggregate function.

F.

Add a calculated measure based on an expression that counts members filtered by the Exists and NonEmpty functions.

G.

Add a hidden measure that uses the Sum aggregate function. Add a calculated measure aggregating the measure along the time dimension.

H.

Create several dimensions. Add each dimension to the cube.

I.

Create a dimension. Then add a cube dimension and link it several times to the measure group.

J.

Create a dimension. Create regular relationships between the cube dimension and the measure group. Configure the relationships to use different dimension attributes.

K.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the IsAggrcgatable property to False and then set the DefaultMember property. Use a regular relationship between the dimension and measure group.

L.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the IsAggregatable property to False and then set the DefaultMember property. Use a many-to-many relationship to link the dimension to the measure group.

M.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the IsAggregatable property to False and then set the DefaultMember property. Use a many-to-many relationship to link the dimension to the measure group.

N.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the ValueColumn property, set the IsAggregatable property to False, and then set the DefaultMember property. Configure the cube dimension so that it does not have a relationship with the measure group. Add a calculated measure that uses the MemberValue attribute property.

O.

Create a new named calculation in the data source view to calculate a rolling sum. Add a measure that uses the Max aggregate function based on the named calculation.

 

Correct Answer: L

QUESTION 66

You are developing a SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) cube. The data warehouse has a table named FactStock that is used to track movements of stock. A column namedMovementQuantity contains quantities of stock. A positive quantity is used for input and negative quantity is used for output. A column named Movement Date is related to the time dimension. The quantity in stock, at a given point in time, can be evaluated as the sum of all MovementQuantity values at that point in time. You need to create a measure that calculates the quantity in stock value. What should you do?

 

A.

Use role playing dimensions.

B.

Use the Business Intelligence Wizard to define dimension intelligence.

C.

Add a measure that uses the Count aggregate function to an existing measure group.

D.

Add a measure that uses the DistinctCount aggregate function to an existing measure group.

E.

Add a measure group that has one measure that uses the DistinctCount aggregate function.

F.

Add a calculated measure based on an expression that counts members filtered by the Exists and NonEmpty functions.

G.

Add a hidden measure that uses the Sum aggregate function. Add a calculated measure aggregating the measure along the time dimension.

H.

Create several dimensions. Add each dimension to the cube.

I.

Create a dimension. Then add a cube dimension and link it several times to the measure group.

J.

Create a dimension. Create regular relationships between the cube dimension and the measure group. Configure the relationships to use different dimension attributes.

K.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the IsAggrcgatable property to False and then set the DefaultMember property. Use a regular relationship between the dimension and measure group.

L.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the IsAggregatable property to False and then set the DefaultMember property. Use a many-to-many relationship to link the dimension to the measure group.

M.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the IsAggregatable property to False and then set the DefaultMember property. Use a many-to-many relationship to link the dimension to the measure group.

N.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the ValueColumn property, set the IsAggregatable property to False, and then set the DefaultMember property. Configure the cube dimension so that it does not have a relationship with the measure group. Add a calculated measure that uses the MemberValue attribute property.

O.

Create a new named calculation in the data source view to calculate a rolling sum. Add a measure that uses the Max aggregate function based on the named calculation.

 

Correct Answer: G

 

 

QUESTION 67

You are designing a SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) cube. You need to create a measure to count unique customers. What should you do?

 

A.

Use role playing dimensions.

B.

Use the Business Intelligence Wizard to define dimension intelligence.

C.

Add a measure that uses the Count aggregate function to an existing measure group.

D.

Add a measure that uses the DistinctCount aggregate function to an existing measure group.

E.

Add a measure group that has one measure that uses the DistinctCount aggregate function.

F.

Add a calculated measure based on an expression that counts members filtered by the Exists and NonEmpty functions.

G.

Add a hidden measure that uses the Sum aggregate function. Add a calculated measure aggregating the measure along the time dimension.

H.

Create several dimensions. Add each dimension to the cube.

I.

Create a dimension. Then add a cube dimension and link it several times to the measure group.

J.

Create a dimension. Create regular relationships between the cube dimension and the measure group. Configure the relationships to use different dimension attributes.

K.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the IsAggrcgatable property to False and then set the DefaultMember property. Use a regular relationship between the dimension and measure group.

L.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the IsAggregatable property to False and then set the DefaultMember property. Use a many-to-many relationship to link the dimension to the measure group.

M.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the IsAggregatable property to False and then set the DefaultMember property. Use a many-to-many relationship to link the dimension to the measure group.

N.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the ValueColumn property, set the IsAggregatable property to False, and then set the DefaultMember property. Configure the cube dimension so that it does not have a relationship with the measure group. Add a calculated measure that uses the MemberValue attribute property.

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Create a new named calculation in the data source view to calculate a rolling sum. Add a measure that uses the Max aggregate function based on the named calculation.

 

Correct Answer: E

 

 

QUESTION 68

You are creating a SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) cube. You need to create a time dimension. It must be linked to a measure group named Sales at the day granularity level. It must also be linked to a measure group named Salary at the month granularity level. What should you do?

 

A.

Use role playing dimensions.

B.

Use the Business Intelligence Wizard to define dimension intelligence.

C.

Add a measure that uses the Count aggregate function to an existing measure group.

D.

Add a measure that uses the DistinctCount aggregate function to an existing measure group.

E.

Add a measure group that has one measure that uses the DistinctCount aggregate function.

F.

Add a calculated measure based on an expression that counts members filtered by the Exists and NonEmpty functions.

G.

Add a hidden measure that uses the Sum aggregate function. Add a calculated measure aggregating the measure along the time dimension.

H.

Create several dimensions. Add each dimension to the cube.

I.

Create a dimension. Then add a cube dimension and link it several times to the measure group.

J.

Create a dimension. Create regular relationships between the cube dimension and the measure group. Configure the relationships to use different dimension attributes.

K.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the IsAggrcgatable property to False and then set the DefaultMember property. Use a regular relationship between the dimension and measure group.

L.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the IsAggregatable property to False and then set the DefaultMember property. Use a many-to-many relationship to link the dimension to the measure group.

M.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the IsAggregatable property to False and then set the DefaultMember property. Use a many-to-many relationship to link the dimension to the measure group.

N.

Create a dimension with one attribute hierarchy. Set the ValueColumn property, set the IsAggregatable property to False, and then set the DefaultMember property. Configure the cube dimension so that it does not have a relationship with the measure group. Add a calculated measure that uses the MemberValue attribute property.

O.

Create a new named calculation in the data source view to calculate a rolling sum. Add a measure that uses the Max aggregate function based on the named calculation.

 

Correct Answer: K

 

 

QUESTION 69

You are developing a SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) cube for the sales department at your company.

 

The sales department requires the following set of metrics:

 

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clip_image002[4]Unique count of products sold

clip_image002[5]Sum of sales

 

You need to ensure that the cube meets the requirements while optimizing query response time.

 

What should you do? (Each answer presents a complete solution. Choose all that apply.)

 

A.

Place the measures in a single measure group.

B.

Place the distinct count measures in separate measure groups.

C.

Use the additive measure group functions.

D.

Use the semiadditive measure group functions.

E.

Use the Count and Sum measure aggregation functions.

F.

Use the Distinct Count and Sum measure aggregation functions.

 

Correct Answer: BF

 

 

QUESTION 70

DRAG DROP

You are developing reports based on the SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) cube named ProcessedOrders.

 

A Multidimensional Expressions (MDX) query must include a query-scoped calculated member, which computes average sales per order item. The query must also return the set of three states in a query-scoped named set named East Coast Customers.

 

You need to define the calculations in an MDX query to meet the requirements.

 

Which four MDX segments should you insert in sequence before a SELECT statement? (To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)

 

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Correct Answer:

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