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The result shows the ten best cities, in terms of Internet sales, for CY 2003 In this and the next few queries, the Order function is redundant By default, Topcount will sort in descending order and break any hierarchies Conversely, Bottomcount will sort in ascending order You might want to use Order to force an ascending sort on Topcount (or a descending sort on Bottomcount)
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This is the second of our two base queries
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-- best cities in 2004 with set [Best Cities in CY 2004] as order(topcount([Customer][Customer Geography][City],10, ([Measures][Internet Sales Amount], [Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2004])), [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],bdesc) select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, [Best Cities in CY 2004] on rows from [Adventure Works] where [Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2004]
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The result shows our ten best cities for CY 2004 Note the list of top cities for CY 2004 is slightly different from the list for CY 2003 (shown in the previous query)
Union
Maybe you want the two lists of cities in one result the best cities for CY 2003 and CY 2004 The query has the Union set operator
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Syntax
-- two years together with set [Best Cities in CY 2003/2004] as union(order(topcount([Customer][Customer Geography][City],10, ([Measures][Internet Sales Amount], [Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2003])), [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],bdesc), order(topcount([Customer][Customer Geography][City],10, ([Measures][Internet Sales Amount], [Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2004])), [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],bdesc)) select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, [Best Cities in CY 2003/2004] on rows from [Adventure Works] where {[Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2003] ,[Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2004]}
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Analysis
We started with two lists of ten cities each for the two years Union has put them together, but there are not 20 cities in the result there are only 15 If a city appears in both of the lists, it appears only once after the Union (there is an optional ALL
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third parameter to Union that retains duplicates) For example, London was our best city in both CY 2003 and CY 2004, yet the union only shows it once The sales figure is the total for the two years
Intersect
Which cities were in our top ten in both years Here, the set operator is Intersect
Syntax
-- intersect, cities in both years with set [Best Cities in CY 2003/2004] as intersect(order(topcount([Customer][Customer Geography][City],10, ([Measures][Internet Sales Amount], [Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2003])), [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],bdesc), order(topcount([Customer][Customer Geography][City],10, ([Measures][Internet Sales Amount], [Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2004])), [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],bdesc)) select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, [Best Cities in CY 2003/2004] on rows from [Adventure Works] where {[Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2003], [Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2004]}
Result
Analysis
Five cities (including London) were in our top ten for both years
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Except 1/2
Which cities dropped out of the top ten from one year to the next Here we have the Except operator
Syntax
-- except these dropped out with set [Best Cities in CY 2003/2004] as except(order(topcount([Customer][Customer Geography][City],10, ([Measures][Internet Sales Amount], [Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2003])), [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],bdesc), order(topcount([Customer][Customer Geography][City],10, ([Measures][Internet Sales Amount], [Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2004])), [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],bdesc)) select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, [Best Cities in CY 2003/2004] on rows from [Adventure Works] where {[Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2003]}
Result
Analysis
A couple of important points are worth making CY 2003 appears in the Where slicer CY 2003 precedes CY 2004 within the Except These are the CY 2003 cities that did not make it as CY 2004 cities
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Except 2/2
This, in a way, is the reverse of the previous query Which cities were in our top ten in CY 2004 that had not been in our top ten in CY 2003
Syntax
-- except these entered in 2004 with set [Best Cities in CY 2003/2004] as except(order(topcount([Customer][Customer Geography][City],10, ([Measures][Internet Sales Amount], [Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2004])), [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],bdesc), order(topcount([Customer][Customer Geography][City],10, ([Measures][Internet Sales Amount], [Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2003])), [Measures][Internet Sales Amount],bdesc) ) select [Measures][Internet Sales Amount] on columns, [Best Cities in CY 2003/2004] on rows from [Adventure Works] where {[Date][Calendar][Calendar Year][CY 2004]}
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Analysis
This time we have CY 2004 in the Where clause and CY 2004 precedes CY 2003 within the Except It s probably a good idea to spend some time comparing this query with the previous one
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