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-- order is ascending select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, order([Product][Subcategory][Subcategory],[Measures] [Internet Sales Amount]) on rows from [Adventure Works]
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The first parameter is the set of rows to sort, and the second parameter is the measure to sort by The result shows the subcategories sorted by Internet Sales Amount You may have to scroll down to get beyond all the empty cells The sort order is ascending, which is the default Note that this query uses an attribute hierarchy ([Subcategory] [Subcategory]) and not a user hierarchy
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This query returns exactly the same result as the previous query
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Syntax
-- explicit ascend select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, order([Product][Subcategory][Subcategory], [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],asc) on rows from [Adventure Works]
4: Bringing Order: Sorting Results
Result
Analysis
All we did here was to add Asc as an additional parameter to the Order function Maybe it s good practice to explicitly define the sort order
Descending Sort
Simply by adding Desc, you can have a descending sort on sales
Syntax
-- descending select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, order([Product][Subcategory][Subcategory], [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],desc) on rows from [Adventure Works]
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Result
Analysis
This is quite handy when you want to see the highest sales at the top
The Sort Only Works for a Few Rows
Here we ask for an explicit ascending sort on Internet Sales Amount
Syntax
-- order seems to be ascending select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, order([Product][Product Categories][Subcategory], [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],asc) on rows from [Adventure Works]
4: Bringing Order: Sorting Results
Result
Analysis
As you scroll down the rows, all appears well until you get somewhere around Jerseys Jerseys is followed by a few nulls, then Cleaners, which is a lower, not a higher, sales figure A couple of queries ago, the ascending sort was working fine Now it suddenly stops working There is a subtle difference in the set specified for the Rows axis This time I have used a user hierarchy ([Product Categories][Subcategory]) rather than an attribute hierarchy ([Subcategory][Subcategory]) The sort is respecting the structure of the user hierarchy Try the next query and this will make more sense
Breaking Hierarchies
Here s a very minor but important change Asc has been replaced by Basc
Syntax
-- basc might be better select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, order([Product][Product Categories][Subcategory], [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],basc) on rows from [Adventure Works]
Practical MDX Queries for Microsoft SQL Ser ver Analysis Ser vices 2008
Result
Analysis
You might have to scroll a little to get beyond the empty cells This query and the previous one show two ways of sorting with the Order function If you have a user hierarchy rather than an attribute hierarchy, you have a choice of the sort observing the hierarchy or ignoring (breaking) the hierarchy The letter B in front of Asc means break the hierarchy If you want, return to the result of the previous query There, the sort has worked only the sort of the subcategories restarts as the category (not shown) changes The category level is the next level up from the subcategory level in the Product Categories user hierarchy If you desire, you could also show the category name as well as the subcategory name You can accomplish this by writing a crossjoin query on the [Category] and the [Subcategory] attribute hierarchies more on that topic elsewhere Both breaking and nonbreaking sorts are valid Your choice is a business decision A crossjoin sort example appears at the end of this chapter
Order with desc on User Hierarchy
Let s reverse the sort order to see the effect of user hierarchies on a descending sort
Syntax
-- desc select
4: Bringing Order: Sorting Results
[Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, order([Product][Product Categories][Subcategory], [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],desc) on rows from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
If you move down to somewhere around Bike Racks, you can witness the descending sort restarting for the Jerseys subcategory as the parent category (hidden) changes
Order with bdesc on User Hierarchy
Now it s time to break the hierarchy and compare the output with that of the last query
Syntax
-- bdesc select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, order([Product][Product Categories][Subcategory], [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],bdesc) on rows from [Adventure Works]
Practical MDX Queries for Microsoft SQL Ser ver Analysis Ser vices 2008
Result
Analysis
When you break the hierarchy, it looks like an SQL sort with an Order By clause Sometimes this is what you want, but often end users want sorting within groups Then you won t want to break the hierarchy
Sorting a Measure by Another Hidden Measure
An interesting business problem how to show the Internet Sales Amount for subcategories, but sorted by the Reseller Sales Amount
Syntax
-- sorting by another column from the one displayed select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, order([Product][Product Categories][Subcategory], [Measures][Reseller Sales Amount],bdesc) on rows from [Adventure Works]
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