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The second parameter of the Order function has been changed from Internet Sales Amount to Reseller Sales Amount The measure in the display (Internet Sales Amount) is neither sorted by breaking the hierarchy nor by nonbreaking of the hierarchy The former can be ruled out by noting that the value for Helmets is larger than that for Shorts The latter can be ruled out because Helmets (in the Accessories category) lies between Shorts and Vests (both in the Clothing category) It s sometimes really helpful to have a pivot table on the cube open as you write your MDX it lets you drill down and up easily so you can help verify your MDX query results That s how I did a quick check to see whether Helmets was in Clothing Your query editor Metadata pane does not support the drill down or drill up of user hierarchies
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To be absolutely certain that the last query did indeed work, add another measure to the Columns axis
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-- proof select {[Measures][Internet Sales Amount],[Measures][Reseller Sales Amount]} on columns, order([Product][Product Categories][Subcategory], [Measures][Reseller Sales Amount],bdesc) on rows from [Adventure Works]
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Hopefully, this demonstrates why Shorts came before Helmets and why Helmets appeared between Shorts and Vests
Sorting Columns Rather Than Rows
There is nothing at all to prevent you from sorting across columns instead of down rows
Syntax
-- sort across columns as well as down rows select order([Product][Product Categories][Subcategory], [Measures][Reseller Sales Amount],bdesc) on columns, {[Measures][Internet Sales Amount],[Measures][Reseller Sales Amount]} on rows from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
Except the fact it may be more difficult to read
4: Bringing Order: Sorting Results
Sorting Hierarchies, Not Measures
I ve been a little lazy in my MDX, not really paying attention to the order of the members in the set on the Rows axis
Syntax
-- some haphazard rows select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, {[Product][Subcategory][Touring Bikes],[Product][Subcategory],[Product] [Subcategory][Mountain Bikes]} on rows from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
This is an attribute hierarchy If you check the Metadata pane, it s a blue rectangle, not a pyramid I also cut corners in my typing: [Product][Subcategory][Subcategory] is better than [Product][Subcategory] because the double repeated name for the hierarchy and the level lets you see at a glance that it s probably an attribute hierarchy rather than a user hierarchy But the order of the rows still disturbs me!
Hierarchize Function
This is the same query but with the addition of the Hierarchize function
Syntax
-- put into order of hierarchy select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns,
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hierarchize({[Product][Subcategory][Touring Bikes], [Product][Subcategory],[Product][Subcategory][Mountain Bikes]}) on rows from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
Now I m happier Using Hierarchize is a nice way to tidy up It doesn t imply a sort on cell values, even though it might look that way It sorts from the top level of the hierarchy down If there are more than two members on a particular level, it sorts according to the OrderBy property for the attribute at that level in BIDS
Hierarchize Function, Upside Down
All that s happened here is the addition of the Post parameter
Syntax
-- reverse order of hierarchy select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, hierarchize({[Product][Subcategory][Touring Bikes], [Product][Subcategory],[Product][Subcategory][Mountain Bikes]},post) on rows from [Adventure Works]
Result
4: Bringing Order: Sorting Results
Analysis
The addition of Post has caused the hierarchy to appear upside down The result you can see should confirm that the sort has nothing to do with the measure in the cell values
Real-World Example of Sorting 1/2
To learn MDX, it s probably best to do so one function, technique, or concept at a time But we want real-world BI reports as soon as possible! So here s quite a nice query using the Order function If you dipped into the book to read this chapter on sorting first, don t worry Non Empty and Crossjoin are covered in detail elsewhere By the time you reach the end of the book (if you persevere), you will be writing queries like this (and even more complex ones) within a second or two
Syntax
-- crossjoin sorting example, non-breaking select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, non empty order(crossjoin([Product][Category][Category], [Product][Subcategory][Subcategory]), [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],desc) on rows from [Adventure Works]
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