Topics for this release are now available on TechNet and Office.com.
Understanding Power View for Multidimensional Models - This article describes enhancements in
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1 Cumulative Update (CU) 4 with Power View for Multidimensional Models, and provides important information for BI professionals and administrators who intend
to implement Power View for Multidimensional Models in their organization.
Create a Shared Report Data Source Connection to a Multidimensional Model – This article describes
how to create a shared Report Data Source Connection, also known as an .rsds file, in a SharePoint library.
Create a Power View Report with a Multidimensional Model Data Source – This article describes how
to create a new, blank Power View report by using a shared Report Data Source connection to a multidimensional model.
Understanding Multidimensional Model
Objects in Power View- This article can help you understand how you can use Power View, a browser-based Silverlight application launched from SharePoint Server, to interactively explore data and create dynamic visualizations from Analysis Services Multidimensional
Explore the Adventure Works Multidimensional
Model by using Power View – This article walks users through creating a Power View report and exploring the sample Adventure Works multidimensional model.
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Is this functionality still in CTP?
It is still in CTP. Be sure to follow the AS team blog for availability announcements: blogs.msdn.com/.../analysisservices