OLE DB connection shows all field types as Text

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Borch
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Dear all,

My final goal is to publish an Analysis Services table as a service in ArcGIS Enterprise.

To do so, I create a connection to an Analysis Services database creating a OLE DB connection file from Arc Catalog.

The table in Analysis Services database that I want to publish, has an integer non null field that I want to use as the ObjectID.

When I check the table fields on ArcMap/ArcCatalog, I see that all table fields have Text type.

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Also, when I try to create a Query table in ArcMap and I select Product Id as the Key field, ArcMap creates the table but it remains empty.

Any ideas or thoughts about how to solve this situation

King regards

Borja

 

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