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A convenient shorthand for parentchildren is siblings This is another way of viewing the brothers and sisters of Crystal Zheng all those customers with a postal code of 78000
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-- brothers and sisters in 78000 select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, [Customer][Customer Geography][Customer][Crystal Zheng]siblings on rows from [Adventure Works]
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Here we have a result identical to the previous query Less intuitively, this time, Crystal Zheng is returned as a sibling of herself Again, the Except function would be handy here (Except is covered elsewhere in the book) You could achieve the same result by querying the children of postal code 78000 the difference is your starting point You can start from Crystal Zheng or from 78000
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Suppose you wanted to establish the first customer who has the same postal code as Crystal Zheng The query here introduces the firstchild property function
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Syntax
-- first sibling in 78000 select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, [Customer][Customer Geography][Customer][Crystal Zheng]parentfirstchild on rows from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
The first customer with the same postal code (78000) as Crystal Zheng is Abby Sandberg As it stands, the concept of first customer is a little vague The first customer is determined by the OrderBy property back in BIDS Typically, but not always, members are ordered by either the attribute key or the attribute name The latter gives an alphabetical sort, as is the case here
First Customer with firstsibling
A popular shorthand for parentfirstchild is firstsibling
Syntax
-- first sibling in 78000 select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, [Customer][Customer Geography][Customer][Crystal Zheng]firstsibling on rows from [Adventure Works]
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Result
Analysis
As you might have expected, this produces the same result
Now for the Last Customer
Who s the last customer with the same postal district as Crystal Zheng The property functions parentlastchild accomplish this
Syntax
-- last sibling in 78000 select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, [Customer][Customer Geography][Customer][Crystal Zheng]parent lastchild on rows from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
Again, you need to be aware of the OrderBy property in your dimension design in BIDS Often, such navigation functions make a lot of sense with dates (for example, what is the last day of the month of a particular date for which we have a member )
The Last Customer Another Way
This query demonstrates the lastsibling function, which is a shorthand for parent lastchild
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Syntax
-- last sibling 78000 select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, [Customer][Customer Geography][Customer][Crystal Zheng]lastsibling on rows from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
The result is identical to the last query As is often the case, there is usually more than one way to retrieve the same cellset The Tail function with a parameter of 1 would also give the same result The Tail function is covered shortly
Applying Vertical Navigation 1/2
Let s extend our application of some of the vertical navigation functions How would you list all the customers in Yveline, if you already know the name of the stateprovince
Syntax
-- fellow customers of Crystal Zheng in Yveline (her -- state-province) 1/2 select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, descendants([Customer][Customer Geography][State-Province] [Yveline],[Customer][Customer Geography][Customer]) on rows from [Adventure Works]
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Result
Analysis
This is a partial screenshot This query is by way of revision; we looked at the Descendants function earlier Shortly, we are going to extend our knowledge of Descendants
Applying Vertical Navigation 2/2
How would you list all the customers in Yveline, if you don t know the name of the state-province and you want to see everyone with the same state-province as Crystal Zheng
Syntax
-- fellow customers of Crystal Zheng in Yveline (her -- state-province) 2/2 select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, descendants(ancestor([Customer][Customer Geography] [Customer][Crystal Zheng],[Customer][Customer Geography] [State-Province]),[Customer][Customer Geography][Customer]) on rows from [Adventure Works]
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Result
Analysis
Many, many MDX queries utilize the navigation functions With a little imagination, you are now in the position to begin applying them to your own cube(s)
Extending the Descendants Functionality
The Descendants function is incredibly versatile Before we move on, here s a query we met earlier
Syntax
-- all French cities select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, descendants([Customer][Customer Geography][Country][France],[Customer] [Customer Geography][City]) on rows from [Adventure Works]
Result
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Analysis
Take some time to review the syntax The Descendants function in this example has two parameters: first, the member (France) and, second, the level (City) at which you want to see the descendants of the member
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