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-- descendants unbalanced hierarchy 1/2 - 28 rows select {} on columns, descendants([Employee][Employees][Ken J S nchez], [Employee][Employees][Employee Level 06]) on rows from [Adventure Works]
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The result set shown is partial You may need to scroll down to see all the rows There are 28 rows you can verify this easily by clicking the Messages tab This indicates that 28 employees at level 06 report directly (or indirectly) to Ken J S nchez It s important to note the accented character in S nchez You can use Windows Character Map (charmapexe) to type or paste this if it s not directly supported on your keyboard Alternatively, you could replace the name [Ken J S nchez] with the key &[112]
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This is our final navigation query It s an alternative to the last query and gives different results You probably need to consider both versions when you work on your own unbalanced hierarchies
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-- descendants unbalanced hierarchy 2/2 - 249 rows select {} on columns, descendants([Employee][Employees][Ken J S nchez],,leaves) on rows from [Adventure Works]
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Again, this is only a partial result set If you click the Messages tab you should see that there are 249 rows this time rather more than in the previous query Both answers are correct! The syntax here shows that there is no level as the second parameter to Descendants and that the third parameter is Leaves In effect, it returns all employees (no matter which level) that are at the bottom of the hierarchy For example, Jae B Pak reports indirectly to Ken J S nchez but is at level 05, and he has no one at level 06 reporting to him The employees listed might include some at level 03, level 04, and level 05 and will include all those at level 06 (the lowest level) Our last query simply returned all the ones at level 06 and no others
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Bringing Order: Sorting Results
Practical MDX Queries for Microsoft SQL Ser ver Analysis Ser vices 2008
his chapter introduces various ways of sorting the results of your queries Business intelligence reports often have a requirement to put information in some kind of order whether numeric or alphabetic This chapter shows you just how to do this Key concepts hierarchies Keywords Ordering by attribute, ordering by measure inside and outside
Order, Asc, BAsc, Desc, BDesc, Hierarchize, Post
By Default, Measures Are Not Sorted
There are two types of sorting Attributes are often sorted alphabetically (or sometimes by a key or some other attribute) The second type of sort is sorting on measures This is not part of the measure design in BIDS but is exclusively your responsibility as your company s MDX guru By default, measures are not sorted, as this query demonstrates
Syntax
-- unsorted on Internet Sales Amount select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, [Product][Product Categories][Subcategory] on rows from [Adventure Works]
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4: Bringing Order: Sorting Results
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There is no apparent sorting of the Internet Sales Amount measure The first three rows for sales are in order, but that is purely a consequence of the subcategory attribute alphabetical sorting in BIDS As you move down the rows, the figures follow no particular pattern Incidentally (but beyond the scope of this book), the subcategories do seem to be sorted alphabetically However, this breaks down somewhere around Tires and Tubes and Mountain Bikes If you were to peek at the Product dimension design in BIDS, you would notice that subcategory has an OrderBy property of Name This gives the alphabetical sort of the rows However, our query requests subcategories as part of the Product Categories hierarchy the subcategories are sorted on a per-category basis Thus, Tires and Tubes is the last subcategory of its category (Accessories, which is not shown), and Mountain Bikes is the first subcategory in the Bikes category To pursue the analysis, the subcategories for Accessories appear before those of Bikes because the category itself also has its OrderBy property set to Name
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