Select Link Values from the context menu when you right-click the dimension. Select or type a Name in the Shared Values dialogue box. Global variables are now available for selection under Name, in addition to the linked variable names you establish.
A connected dimension is one that was produced and saved in another Analysis Services database with the same version and compatibility level as this one. You can build, save, and maintain a dimension on one database while making it available to users of various databases by utilising a linked dimension.
Double-click the dimension, then type = (equal sign) and several characters from the global variable name in the Modify dialogue box. A flyout menu with a name that corresponds to the characters you input appears. The global variable is related to both dimensions. Repeat the process for as many dimensions as are required.
Click Smart Dimension (Dimensions/Relations toolbar) or Tools > Dimensions > Smart with the model view normal to the annotation view.
Select Reference dimension in the Dimension PropertyManager.
Select the chamfer's silhouette edge in the graphics section.
You choose "connect values" from the right menu button after right-clicking on a dimension you want to link. You'll be asked to give the dimension you've chosen a name. Once you've given it a name, you'll be able to link to it from other dimensions.
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