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You just saw children being used to return the state-provinces of France Paris at the City level is one level below that This query tries childrenchildren
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-- French cities select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, [Customer][Customer Geography][Country][France]childrenchildren on rows from [Adventure Works]
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The error message indicates that children don t have children, only members have children So, we can t use childrenchildren to jump to Paris from France And, unfortunately, there is no grandchildren function But, you can use Descendants
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Here we have the syntax to show the grandchildren of a member The Descendants function is part of the Rows axis specification in this example
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Syntax
-- grandchildren with descendants select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, descendants([Customer][Customer Geography][Country][France],[Customer] [Customer Geography][City]) on rows from [Adventure Works]
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Now you have Paris starting from France You may have to scroll down a little to see Paris The Descendants syntax means find the cities at the City level (second parameter of the function) of France at the Country level (first parameter)
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The previous query found grandchildren it skipped the State-Province level This time we are going to skip the Postal Code level as well In effect, you are retrieving the great-great-grandchildren of France
Syntax
-- or even great-great grandchildren select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, descendants([Customer][Customer Geography][Country][France],[Customer] [Customer Geography][Customer]) on rows from [Adventure Works]
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The result is from the Results pane of the query editor window Sometimes it s helpful to know just how many cells you have If you click the Messages tab, it will tell you that there are more than 1,800 rows We have over 1,800 customers in France One of those customers is named Crystal Zheng trust me I don t expect you to scroll through over 1,800 customers to find her! Instead, in the next query, we ll prove she exists If she does, then she will serve us well in subsequent navigation queries Descendants is returning members at the Customer level (second parameter to the function) that belong to France at the Country level (first parameter in the function)
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Proving a Member (Crystal Zheng) Exists 1/3
Before we use one customer (Crystal Zheng) as a starting point for some navigation queries, it s worth checking to see if she exists This is very important if you start from the wrong place, you won t be able to reach your destination Here are three queries they all do pretty much the same thing There is a deliberate typo in all three Crystal Zhen (who does not exist) rather than Crystal Zheng (who might exist)
Syntax
-- checking Crystal Zheng exists 1/3 as Crystal Zhen! -- informally select [Customer][Customer Geography][Customer][Crystal Zhen] -- deliberate typo on columns from [Adventure Works] -- more formally select exists([Customer][Customer Geography][Customer][Crystal Zhen], [Customer][Customer Geography]members) -- deliberate typo on columns from [Adventure Works] -- more formally without Customer level select exists([Customer][Customer Geography][Crystal Zhen], [Customer][Customer Geography]members) -- deliberate typo on columns from [Adventure Works]
Result
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No results at all! The preceding Result section is intentionally blank Typically, when you specify a member that does not exist, your Results pane is empty The third query
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might prove particularly useful You can use this form when you don t even know the level (but know the hierarchy) at which the member might exist The second and third queries incorporate the Exists function
Proving a Member (Crystal Zheng) Exists 2/3
This time, we try without the typo, and Crystal Zheng is entered correctly Again, there are three queries All three return the same result
Syntax
-- checking Crystal Zheng exists 2/3 as Crystal Zheng -- informally select [Customer][Customer Geography][Customer][Crystal Zheng] on columns from [Adventure Works] -- more formally select exists([Customer][Customer Geography][Customer] [Crystal Zheng],[Customer][Customer Geography]members) on columns from [Adventure Works] -- more formally without Customer level select exists([Customer][Customer Geography][Crystal Zheng], [Customer][Customer Geography]members) on columns from [Adventure Works]
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