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Here, the higher level is Calendar Semester (half-year) Q1 CY 2003 (first parameter) is the first quarter of its own semester The first quarter of the second semester (HY2 CY 2003) is Q3 CY 2003 Q3 CY 2003 is the member returned Cousin is handy when you need to establish a range for MDX calculations There is more on this elsewhere in the book
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Horizontal navigation is often used to establish the end point (or start point) of a range of members Ranges play a big part in BI reports
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-- a simple range select {[Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q1 CY 2003], [Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q2 CY 2003], [Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q3 CY 2003]} on columns, [Measures][Reseller Sales Amount] on rows from [Adventure Works]
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This is a range of members across three quarters It has a start point (Q1) and an end point (Q3) There is also an intermediate point (Q2)
C h a p t e r 3 : Fa m i l i e s a n d Fr i e n d s : N a v i g a t i n g D i m e n s i o n s
A Simpler Simple Range
Q2 CY 2003 is no longer explicitly mentioned It has been replaced with the colon range operator (:)
Syntax
-- a simple range with colon operator select [Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q1 CY 2003]: [Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q3 CY 2003] on columns, [Measures][Reseller Sales Amount] on rows from [Adventure Works]
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There are a few things to mention One, you don t need the braces ({ }) delimiters when you use the colon (:) range operator Two, the colon operator (:) means you only have to type or drag the start point and end point and not the intermediate point You might have many intermediate members, so this method saves a lot of work
Range with Cousin
Only the start point is explicit Neither the end point nor the intermediate point is hard-coded The Cousin function and the colon operator (:) are used instead
Syntax
-- range with cousin select [Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q1 CY 2003]:cousin([Date] [Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q1 CY 2003],[Date][Calendar] [Calendar Semester][H2 CY 2003]) on columns,
Practical MDX Queries for Microsoft SQL Ser ver Analysis Ser vices 2008
[Measures][Reseller Sales Amount] on rows from [Adventure Works]
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Analysis
This is a really useful query You don t need to know anything about member names (or keys) apart from the name (or key) of the member at the start point of the range By transposing the expressions on either side of the colon (:), you only need to know the end point of the range
Positive Lead and Negative Lag
Lead (with a positive number) means jump ahead horizontally at the same level Lag (with a positive number) means jump back
Syntax
-- lead positive second select {[Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q1 CY 2003], [Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q1 CY 2003]lead(2)} on columns, [Measures][Reseller Sales Amount] on rows from [Adventure Works] -- lag negative second select {[Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q1 CY 2003], [Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q1 CY 2003]lag(-2)} on columns, [Measures][Reseller Sales Amount] on rows from [Adventure Works]
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Lead(2) jumps two quarters into the future Lag(-2) also means jump ahead by two quarters Both queries return the same result
Negative Lead and Positive Lag
Here s some more on the lead and lag property functions We have made a few subtle changes from the previous two queries
Syntax
-- lead negative first select {[Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q3 CY 2003] lead(-2),[Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q3 CY 2003]} on columns, [Measures][Reseller Sales Amount] on rows from [Adventure Works] -- lag positive first select {[Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q3 CY 2003] lag(2),[Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q3 CY 2003]} on columns, [Measures][Reseller Sales Amount] on rows from [Adventure Works]
Result
Practical MDX Queries for Microsoft SQL Ser ver Analysis Ser vices 2008
Analysis
Lead(-2), go two quarters back Lag(2), the same Again, both queries have the same result In fact, the result is the same as the previous two queries as well Your results are determined by whether you use lead or lag, whether you use positive or negative numbers as the function parameter, and where in the set you position the member with the lead or lag function
Lead (or Lag) with a Range
Here you witness one of the main reasons for using lead (or lag) It s handy for setting up ranges
Syntax
-- lead (or lag) with a range select [Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q1 CY 2003] :[Date][Calendar][Calendar Quarter][Q1 CY 2003]lead(2) on columns, [Measures][Reseller Sales Amount] on rows from [Adventure Works]
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