Programming Administrative Tasks with AMO

New: 5 December 2005

Analysis Management Objects (AMO) is a programming library used from client applications to manage Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services (SSAS). In this section you will learn to how to program the AMO objects.

The AMO library can be thought of as logically-related groups of objects that are used to accomplish a specific task.

This section includes the following topics:

Chapter Contents

Programming AMO Fundamental Objects

Describes how to program the Server, Database, DataSource, and DataSourceView objects. Also included here is AMOException.

Programming AMO OLAP Basic Objects

Describes how to program the Dimension, Cube, MeasureGroup, Partition, and Aggregation objects.

Programming AMO OLAP Advanced Objects

Describes how to program the Action, KPI, Perspective, ProactiveCaching, and Translation objects.

Programming AMO Data Mining Objects

Describes how to program the MiningStructure and MiningModel objects.

Programming AMO Security Objects

Describes how to program the Roles, Members, and Permissions objects.

Programming AMO Complementary Classes and Methods

Describes how to program the Assembly object, Backup & Restore methods, Trace class, as well as the CaptureLog class and CaptureXML attribute.

See Also




Introducing AMO Concepts
Introducing AMO Classes

Other Resources

Analysis Services Concepts and Objects
Analysis Services Objects

Help and Information

Getting SQL Server 2005 Assistance