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ultiDimensional eXpressions (MDX) is a very powerful query language for extracting data from cubes While PowerPivot can generate sophisticated MDX for you, you may want the total control that writing your own MDX gives you You can use MDX to import from either an SSAS cube or a PowerPivot model that has been published to PowerPivot for SharePoint This appendix demonstrates some of the fundamentals of MDX It also shows how best to adapt your MDX for PowerPivot Key concepts Cube dimensions and measures, Crossjoin() function, navigating hierarchies, ranges, sorting, ltering, calculated measures, key performance indicators (KPIs), natural user hierarchies, attribute hierarchies
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MDX is a standard language for extracting data from a multidimensional database Specifically, it is the language used to query cubes in an SSAS database or to extract data from a PowerPivot model that has been published to PowerPivot for SharePoint Both are supported from PowerPivot for Excel Hyperion Essbase and SAP BW cubes also use MDX, but these are not directly supported by PowerPivot Writing your own MDX gives you more power and flexibility There is a graphical query designer for MDX in PowerPivot it s very good, but sometimes you need just that little extra control In addition, you can avail yourself of the extra power of the SSMS MDX query editor There is one small proviso sometimes, the MDX you write in SSMS is better expressed in a slightly different way for PowerPivot This appendix contains a couple of examples that show this If you are interested in learning a bit more about MDX (in particular, MDX for SQL Server Analysis Services), you are referred to my book Practical MDX Queries for Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services 2008 (McGraw-Hill/Professional, 2010) Most of the examples in this appendix are adapted from that book the rewritten examples (rewritten to provide better data specifically for PowerPivot) are new All of the examples are against an SSAS cube, not a PowerPivot model published to SharePoint, although the principles are the same
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MDX is a standard language for querying cubes The MDX discussed here is for SSAS The MDX used by other vendors of multidimensional databases may differ in minor ways In PowerPivot, you can only use MDX directly against SSAS cubes or PowerPivot models on SharePoint It s probably a good idea to write and test your MDX queries in SSMS If they don t work there, they are not going to work in PowerPivot
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Where to Use MDX Queries in PowerPivot
You start from the Home ribbon in PowerPivot Click From Database in the Get External Data group on the ribbon In the resulting drop-down, choose From Analysis Services or PowerPivot You ll need to set up the connection to an SSAS server and a database (although you could alternatively provide the URL to a PowerPivot workbook in SharePoint) before clicking Next The next dialog is entitled Specify a MDX Query This dialog is shown in Figure B-1 Within this dialog, type or paste your MDX (it s a good idea to copy it from SSMS) into the MDX Statement text box Click Validate, and then click Finish
Figure B-1
Specify a MDX Query dialog
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MDX Examples
If you want to try these examples, you will need SQL Server Analysis Services 2008 or 2008 R2, and the Adventure Works DW 2008 multidimensional database (available from wwwcodeplexcom), which contains the Adventure Works cube used in the following queries You should also be able to adapt many of the queries to work with SQL Server Analysis Services 2005 and the Adventure Works DW multidimensional database (also available from wwwcodeplexcom) The MDX syntax is simply given, with nothing much by way of explanation A full analysis of MDX is beyond the scope of this book
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