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reference, natural user hierarchies have attribute relationships set between the attributes (in BIDS) in the levels, and there is a one-to-many relationship from one level to a lower level Unnatural user hierarchies do not have attribute relationships between the attributes, and often there is a many-to-many relationship between the members of the levels
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-- user hierarchy select [Product][Product Categories] on columns from [Adventure Works]
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User hierarchies are represented in the Metadata pane as blue triangles Many people call them pyramids, which suggest a hierarchical structure The syntax here is the same as the attribute hierarchy syntax, except it is [Dimension][User hierarchy] rather than [Dimension][Attribute hierarchy]
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The subtle addition of members gives us a completely different query from the previous one
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select [Product][Product Categories]members on columns from [Adventure Works]
Result
2: Astrophysical: Playing with Dimensions
Analysis
Note that I cheated with the screenshot for the result! Your results probably go on and on and require a little scrolling I am showing the first four columns only First, there is the All level member, then a category-level member, then a subcategory-level member, then a product-level member Four levels in four columns In addition to the All level member, which appears first, as you scroll across you can see every category, every subcategory, and every product [Dimension][User hierarchy]members may run very slowly against large dimensions such as customer
Two Hierarchies from the Same Dimension
Unfortunately, both these queries will fail, and with two different error messages You can see that they are different if you look closely At least, you can see what not to do in your own queries!
Syntax
-- two hierarchies select [Product][Product Categories],[Product][Category] on columns from [Adventure Works] -- two hierarchies with {} select {[Product][Product Categories],[Product][Category]} on columns from [Adventure Works]
Result
Practical MDX Queries for Microsoft SQL Ser ver Analysis Ser vices 2008
Analysis
I guess the lesson here is not to mix and match MDX does not allow you to have two different hierarchies from the same dimension on the same axis (unless they are in a crossjoin, which is covered shortly) You can, however, have two different hierarchies from the same dimension on two separate axes This is especially useful with date/time dimensions and is covered later in the chapter
Transposing Columns onto Rows
The Product Categories hierarchy had a lot of columns, as you saw earlier Often, it is easier to scroll down rather than across, and it is a bit easier to read These two queries attempt to project the set of members onto the Rows axis
Syntax
-- rows instead of columns select [Product][Product Categories]members on rows from [Adventure Works] -- try again select {} on columns, [Product][Product Categories]members on rows from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
The error from the first query is stating that you can t have a Rows axis unless you have a Columns axis first
2: Astrophysical: Playing with Dimensions
The second query is going to produce a lot of rows! Again, I used a partial screenshot for the result It does demonstrate a useful technique for incrementally developing your queries The braces ({}) generate an empty set on the Columns axis very handy when you want to get the rows right first, before you concentrate on the columns
Adding a Measure Explicitly
It s sometimes a good idea to include a measure explicitly on the query axes If you don t, in absence of a measure in the Where clause, the default measure is used What s worse is that an end user may not know about default measures To make it abundantly clear what the figures are, consider adding one or more measures to one of the axes
Syntax
-- once more on rows with measures dimension on columns select [Measures][Reseller Sales Amount] on columns, [Product][Product Categories]members on rows from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
Yes, another partial screenshot The empty set on the Columns axis in the last query has been replaced by Reseller Sales Amount Some of our queries are getting to be quite useful A short conceptual point: Reseller Sales Amount is a member It is also a tuple because it points somewhere It is also a set because it has been projected along a query axis and that qualifies it as a dimension! Yes, Measures is a dimension too, even if it s based on a nondimensional relational table (the fact table) It is a dimension with no hierarchies and no levels as such Therefore, the syntax is [Dimension][Member] or [Measures][Reseller Sales Amount] in this example
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