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Vendor: Microsoft
Exam Code: 70-467
Exam Name: Designing Business Intelligence Solutions with Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Exam

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A SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) cube contains billions of rows of data and is rapidly increasing in size. The cube consists of a single measure group and a single partition. The cube is currently processed by using the Process Full process option. You have the following requirements to reduce the cube processing time:
– Partition the measure group by month.
– Create a staging table that contains only data which is more recent than the last time the cube was processed.
– Do not include data updates or deletions in the staging table.
– Insert records from the staging table into the appropriate partition.
You need to change the process option to meet the requirements. Which process option should you choose? To answer, select the appropriate option from the drop-down list in the dialog box.

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You are designing a partitioning strategy for a large fact table in a Manufacturing data warehouse. Tens of millions of new inventory fact records are loaded into the data warehouse weekly, outside of business hours. Most queries against the database are generated by reports and by cube processing. Data is frequently queried at the day level and occasionally at the month level.

A.    Partition the inventory fact table by month, and compress each partition.
B.    Partition the inventory fact table by day, and compress each partition.
C.    Partition the inventory fact table by year.
D.    Partition the inventory fact table by week.

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