Since you've posted this question in 2 different forums, you might consider contacting Tech Support, instead. They should be your resource of choice for urgent questions where you need a definitive response. To open a track with Tech Support, use the following link: http://support.sas.com/ctx/supportform/createForm
Humbly, I disagree and would suggest some fundamental desk-checking while also at least make a reasonable attempt to exhaust available resources that are accessible to SAS users, starting with the SAS.COM support site. As I commented in the other duplicate-forum post, maybe start out by explaining what is expected, given the SAS log diagnostics generated thus far.
I'm not sure what you mean by solution-driven. I don't use PROC OLAP that often. When I design cubes, it is with OLAP Cube Studio, so I rarely play with OLAP code. Scott's suggestion to compare your code to the documented examples is a good one to help you debug. You could have a simple syntax error that would be revealed if you compared your code to the documentation.
Urgent questions are not appropriate to the forum. If you have an immediate need your best resource is Tech Support. Since you posted the question twice, I interpreted your question to be of an urgent nature. If you have the time to wait for a response, then by all means, wait and see whether someone with PROC OLAP experience can help you here.
Since I don't use PROC OLAP, I'm not a good resource.
Depends on how one interprets "solution-driven". I tend to assist, guide, lead, encourage, and on-occasion, share example code. Others may be willing to simply crank-out code in response to an individual's post - as is, their own choice. I find it more effective to offer input/feedback to other posters ideally to help with the SAS learning experience.
No doubt, there will be a time (now or later) where a piece of code will need to be supported, modified, hence starting out by understanding the SAS language and the specific code piece is definitely a plus. Basic desk-checking techniques and self-initiated DOC review is a good start and offers some enhanced credibility, IMHO. Also, that sticky CAPS LOCK KEY and exclamation character doesn't help convey the important details.