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-- multiple-hierarchy dimension select [Product] -- dimension on columns from [Adventure Works]
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This error message is deliberate and informative To avoid any ambiguity, it is essential that you include the hierarchy name with the dimension name if the dimension has more than one hierarchy The Product dimension has many attribute and user hierarchies The next query addresses this problem
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The dimension name has now been qualified with a valid hierarchy name This will eliminate the error message seen in the previous query In this case, the hierarchy is an attribute hierarchy called Category
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-- hierarchy specified in multiple-hierarchy dimension select [Product][Category] -- dimensionattribute hierarchy on columns from [Adventure Works]
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This time the syntax is unambiguous and the MDX returns a cellset consisting of a single cell The result, once again, depicts the single member at the All level In BIDS, the AttributeAllMemberName property has been set to All Products It seems like a good idea to always include both the dimension and the hierarchy name in your queries
Explicitly Requesting the All Level Member
It s also a good idea to explicitly request the member from the All level too This was omitted in the previous query Four queries to try! Hopefully, this one will show you just how it is done and how it is not done Some of these queries will work, and one or two may fail
Syntax
select [Product][Category][all] -- dimensionattribute hierarchy on columns from [Adventure Works] -select [Product][Category][All] -- dimensionattribute hierarchy on columns from [Adventure Works] --
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select [Product][Category][(all)] -- dimensionattribute hierarchy on columns from [Adventure Works] -select [Product][Category][all products] -- dimensionattribute hierarchy on columns from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
Not all of the four queries will necessarily produce the result shown Possibly, the best one to use is [(all)] One that may cause you the odd headache is [all products] Firstly, it is not generic and relies on you reproducing exactly the AttributeAllMemberName property that someone else may have set back in BIDS Secondly, if your SSAS is case-sensitive, it will fail if you get the capitalization wrong Fortunately, most SSAS installations are case-insensitive Case-sensitivity, or the lack of it, is a choice made during installation You can check this by looking at the Language/Collation setting of the SSAS server in SSMS (right-click on your server, choose Properties, and go to the Language/Collation page)
Introducing members
Dimensions contain one or more hierarchies (zero or more user hierarchies) Hierarchies contain one or more levels (in reality I should say hierarchies contain two or more levels, because there is always, by default, an All level for every hierarchy) Levels contain members If you are new to multidimensional cubes, that may well sound suitably obscure It is not absolutely necessary to understand concepts and theory and jargon in order to become productive in MDX So, maybe, just try the query Once you do master the concepts, your MDX will become even easier to write and you will be even more productive! The conceptual nature of multidimensional data is beyond the scope of this book Okay, to really confuse you, because levels have members and hierarchies have levels, then it follows that hierarchies have members too!
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One way to reference members is to use the members syntax Informally, this is a function More formally, it is a property function because it is preceded by the dot notation The sample query is asking for the members of the Category hierarchy (an attribute hierarchy composed of two levels)
Syntax
-- specifying members select [Product][Category]members -- dimensionhierarchymembers on columns from [Adventure Works]
Result
Analysis
[Product][Category] is the Category attribute of the Product dimension It is also an attribute hierarchy So, its members include the All level member as well as the individual category names as members (at the Category level) That s why you get All Products in the result as well as the individual categories Notice, the All Products member appears first If you had omitted the members property function, only All Products would have been returned, as we saw in an earlier query
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