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-- % of all with member [Measures][% of All] as [Measures][Reseller Sales Amount]/([Product][Product Categories]
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[All],[Measures][Reseller Sales Amount]), format_string="Percent" select {[Measures][Reseller Sales Amount],[Measures][% of All]} on columns, {[Product][Product Categories][Subcategory][Mountain Bikes], [Product][Product Categories][Category][Bikes], [Product][Product Categories]} on rows from [Adventure Works]
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The currentmemberparent of the previous two queries has been replaced with a hard-coded reference to the All level Superficially, the results appear similar But notice that the percentage for Mountain Bikes has changed It is now 3293% (in the last two queries it was 3996%) Mountain Bikes is responsible for 3293% of all reseller sales for Adventure Works Mountain Bikes is also responsible for 3996% of the sales for Bikes The other two percentages remain the same at 8241% and 10000%
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early every cube in the world has a date or time dimension MDX provides many rich features that help you to analyze your data across history In this chapter, you are introduced to lots of functions for manipulating dates and times These will help you produce brilliant business intelligence reports! Key concepts Date and time manipulation, establishing existing dates, start dates, end dates, and date ranges Keywords prevmember, nextmember, ParallelPeriod, ClosingPeriod, OpeningPeriod, null, PeriodsToDate, LastPeriods, YTD, QTD, MTD, WTD
Returning a Specific Fiscal Year
There s really nothing special here A simple query to get us started on using and navigating time (date) dimensions
Syntax
-- FY 2003 with default measure select [Date][Fiscal][Fiscal Year][FY 2003] on columns from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
The single cell in the cellset is displaying the default measure (Reseller Sales Amount) for fiscal year (FY) 2003
The Year Before FY 2003
Here we re using the prevmember property function
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Syntax
-- year before select [Date][Fiscal][Fiscal Year][FY 2003]prevmember on columns from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
It s an elementary but potentially useful query returning FY 2002
The Year After
This time it s the nextmember function
Syntax
-- year after select [Date][Fiscal][Fiscal Year][FY 2003]nextmember on columns from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
Here we have FY 2004
A Range of Dates Without a Range Operator
This is a combination of the previous three queries
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Syntax
-- previous, FY 2003, and next select {[Date][Fiscal][Fiscal Year][FY 2003]prevmember, [Date][Fiscal][Fiscal Year][FY 2003], [Date][Fiscal][Fiscal Year][FY 2003]nextmember} on columns from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
Here is the Reseller Sales Amount (default measure) for FY 2002, FY 2003, and FY 2004
Going Back in Time with ParallelPeriod
Here s a query introducing the ParallelPeriod method function
Syntax
-- parallel period previous year select parallelperiod([Date][Fiscal][Fiscal Year],1, [Date][Fiscal][Fiscal Year][FY 2003]) on columns from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
The three parameters are a level, a number, and a member Go back by the number from the specified member at the specified level In other words, find the previous
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year to FY 2003 This is very similar to prevmember and lag, and it has something in common with Cousin However, ParallelPeriod simplifies your coding when you re creating calculations in queries and in KPIs (more on these, elsewhere in this book) and when you re creating calculations in the cube design in BIDS The latter are called MDX expressions and are not covered in this book
Going Forward in Time with ParallelPeriod
The positive number in the last query has been replaced by a negative number
Syntax
-- next year select parallelperiod([Date][Fiscal][Fiscal Year], 1, [Date][Fiscal][Fiscal Year][FY 2003]) on columns from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
Although possibly counterintuitive, a negative number as a parameter to ParallelPeriod takes you forward in time FY 2004 is returned You can use ParallelPeriod to help you build ranges
Too Far into the Future
The numeric parameter this time is 4
Syntax
-- 4 years hence - blank select parallelperiod([Date][Fiscal][Fiscal Year], 4, [Date][Fiscal][Fiscal Year][FY 2003])
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on columns from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
No result at all Given that the second numeric parameter is 4, you might expect to see FY 2007 Indeed, FY 2007 does exist The problem is that FY 2006 is missing; therefore, you have to use 3 to see FY 2007 It s vital that your time dimensions contain consecutive and contiguous members (no gaps allowed) Also, a numeric parameter of, say, 25 would take you to years far in the future, which may well exist outside the cube space You need to be aware of the bounds of your cube space, especially for time dimensions
How Far into the Future
Here is the very handy ClosingPeriod method function
Syntax
-- closingperiod select closingperiod([Date][Fiscal][Fiscal Year]) on columns from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
FY 2007 is the last fiscal year we have The (null) in the cell does not indicate that FY 2007 is null or not there Rather, it shows an empty cell, which means there are no sales for that year, even though the year does exist
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