SSAS 2008 Online Assessment Test
Online SSAS Test helps Recruiters and Hiring Managers to evaluate the SQL Server Analysis Services skills of SSAS Developer. SSAS (SQL Server Analysis Services) 2008 performs OLAP (Online Analytical Processing) analysis. It helps in increasing storage space and querying it later. When you are in need to store data in OLAP database, the Analytical Services helps to figure it out daily, weekly, monthly and stores them. It also helps to extract summary information from your data. SSAS 2008 development test is specially designed to check application, practical skills of an SSAS developer – as per Industry Standards.
SSAS 2008 Assessment Test contains questions on following Topics:
Data Source View
Data Mining Extensions
Analysis Services database
Dynamic Management View
Our online test on SSAS basics is designed by our subject matter experts to evaluate the job skills of SSAS developer and their knowledge about SSAS 2008. Using powerful reporting, you can have a detailed analysis of the test results to help you make a better hiring decision and predict the candidate’s performance.
The SSAS test contains MCQ's (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQ's (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blank, Descriptive, True or False.
This pre-employment test is useful for hiring:
- SQL Server BI Developer
- SSAS BI Consultant
This SSAS 2008 Interview Test enables employers and recruiters to identify & hire SSAS developer by evaluating working skills and job readiness. For this reason, the emphasis is laid upon evaluating the knowledge of applied skills gained through real work experience, rather than theoretical knowledge.
Test Duration: 20 minutes
15 Application Oriented Questions
05 Theory Questions
The combination on Application and Theory questions helps to evaluate Technical as well as practical Skills of Candidates.
SSAS Test 2008
Question #1 of 3
You create a SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services (SSAS) solution. The solution contains a time dimension named DimTime. You have a table named FactSales that contains the two columns named OrderDate and ShipDate. The two columns refer to the DimTime dimension. You need to ensure that the DimTime dimension can be used to browse through measures in the FactSales table for both OrderDate and ShipDate. What should you do?
Create a reference relationship between the DimTime dimension and the FactSales measure group.
Create a many-to-many relationship between the DimTime dimension and the FactSales measure group.
Create two regular relationships between the DimTime dimension and the FactSales measure group. Use identical measure group columns.
Create two regular relationships between the DimTime dimension and the FactSales measure group. Use different measure group columns.
Question #2 of 3
You create a SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services (SSAS) solution. You add a data source view (DSV) to the solution. The DSV has a table named Employee that includes the following columns:
The ManagerKey column references the manager of the employees. You need to define the relationship between the employees and their manager in the DSV. What should you do?
Create a Named Calculation that uses EmployeeKey and ManagerKey
Create a relationship by using EmployeeKey as the source column and ManagerKey as the destination column.
Create a Named Query that uses a relationship with EmployeeKey as the source column and ManagerKey as the destination column.
Create a relationship by using ManagerKey as the source column and EmployeeKey as the destination column.
Question #3 of 3
You create a SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services (SSAS) solution by using SQL Server 2008. You create the dimensions as shown in the following table.
The CustKey attribute is used as a column in a table named FactSales. You need to create a referenced dimension that allows you to browse the measures of the FactSales table by using the DimGeography dimension. What should you do?
Set the reference dimension to DimGeography by using a referenced dimension attribute as GeoKey and an intermediate dimension attribute as CustKey.
Set the reference dimension to DimGeography by using a referenced dimension attribute as GeoKey and an intermediate dimension attribute as GeoKey.
Set the reference dimension to DimCustomer by using a referenced dimension attribute as CustKey and an intermediate dimension attribute as GeoKey.
Set the reference dimension to DimCustomer by using a referenced dimension attribute as GeoKey and an intermediate dimension attribute as GeoKey.
|Candidate Name: David Messi||Test Date: 28-May-2014|
|Test Name: SSAS Test 2008||Test Start Time: 13.30|
Score: 18 Out Of 20
|Tolerable Limit||Not acceptable|
|Gender :||Male||Phone Number :||+1-541-754-3010|
|Total Experience (Years) :||3||Total Experience (Months) :||5|
|Skill Set :||SSAS 2008||Current Employer :||Interview Mocha|
|Current Job Title :||Solution Architect||Current Salary :||600.00|
|Expected Salary :||1000000.00||Current Location :||Chicago|
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