Key features Optimized for big cubes and long dimensions. The only product in the market thatallows working with the hierarchies which contain millions of members (only forMS AS 2005).
100% managed (pure C# 2. 0), no ActiveX code. All ASP. NET 2. 0 advantages. 100% AJAX. Supports IE 5. 5 or above, Firefox 1. 1 or above, Opera 9. 0 or above.
Supports the client-side operating systems: Windows (all versions), Linux, Mac OS. Cube definition Support of the Microsoft Analysis Server 2000 or 2005 (2005 recommended) using ADOMD.
NET9. Supports connections to local Cube files. Two working modes: cube browsing and displaying the results of any MDX-queries. Support of hierarchies ofthree types: Attribute hierarchies; Parent-child hierarchies; Multilevel hierarchies; An ability to create additional calculated measures on the client or server side,using both the information from the fact table and values of the aggregated cubecells.
Support of additional calculated members of hierarchies on the client or server side. DHTML visualization 100% AJAX. Web parts support. Fixed columns/rows headers on scrolling the grid.
An ability to simultaneously display a set of measures, KPIs and measure show modesin the Grid. Interactive drill-down support of all types of hierarchies separately for everygrid cell.
Support of saving and restoring the current OLAP slice. Supports member grouping on any hierarchy level without changing the hierarchy levelsstructure.
Supports separate hierarchy or dimension sorting on any level. Ability of any sortingmethod overriding. Supports ascending or descending sorting based on any column value in the OLAP grid.
An ability of hierarchies page-viewing. This allows to significantly lessen thenetwork traffic and make the OLAP analysis easier. Supports filtering of any set of hierarchy members with or without applying thesefilters in the OLAP calculations.
Supports the auto filtering of the hierarchy members depending on their values inthe grid. An ability to select some major/minor members, either according to theirrank or on the Pareto principle.
An ability to display in the grid not only the values of the measures but a percentvalue regarding totals, subtotals, or grand totals. An ability to create your owncontext-sensitive rules on measure display (for example, a cumulative sum of measurevalues for time dimensions, and just its value for all other cases).