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SSAS Entity Framework Provider version 2.7.0 with fixed Entity Framework 6.x support is released

first post: grand wrote: Fixed an issue that even when EF 6.x was referenced in your applica...

Filtering by Key a dimension

first post: Vicentin wrote: Hi :) Good job dudes, but I need an example to generate this MDX ...

latest post: grand wrote: This SDX LINQ query should be inline with your MDX: from customer ...

Where by measure

first post: Vicentin wrote: Hi, how can I generate a query like this with LINQ? SELECT {([Dat...

latest post: grand wrote: Your MDX query example does pivoting. LINQ syntax does not support...

UsageExample has been updated in MSI setup to use the latest ADO.NET Entity Framework 6.0.2

first post: grand wrote: You can download it here: http://www.agiledesignllc.com/download/...

latest post: Vicentin wrote: Code of my example: http://sdrv.ms/1e00ZU3 The .sln file is in EF ...

Starting from today you can buy a license including source code for SSAS Entity Framework Provider:

first post: grand wrote: https://secure.shareit.com/shareit/product.html?productid=300614048

Filter on Date range

first post: ttustonic wrote: Hello Is it possible (Using LINQ) to create query to filter on Da...

latest post: grand wrote: The issue with parametrized Member() is fixed in ver. 2.5.5 and ans...

SSAS Entity Framework Provider version 2.5.5 is released

first post: grand wrote: Changes since 2.5.4: Where with parametrized Member() support as p...

Exception when using Member extension method

first post: ttustonic wrote: Hello I have tried your SDX examples for WHERE and Member extens...

latest post: ttustonic wrote: **grand wrote:** > Today we have released a new version 2.5.5 which...

answered by: grand wrote: Thank you for the information Tom -Indeed, WHERE and parametrized ...

SSAS Entity Framework Provider version 2.5.4 is released

first post: grand wrote: Changes since 2.5.2: Filtering by date and date ranges was fixed. ...

Weird problem using Where in query

first post: ttustonic wrote: Hello I have a weird problem with the query using 'where'. My Con...

latest post: ttustonic wrote: **grand wrote:** > > I'm unable to produce a working demo which rep...