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    MDX #28– Time functions will not work with subquery

    I had a post last month, MDX #25 – Slicer or Sub-Cube?, verifying that the query context did not change with the subquery. This can pose problems if you want to use the Time-series functions in MDX. Two functions come into mind, YTD() and PeriodsToDate(). ...

    Sherry Li  Posted on Mar 22 2013 12:00AM
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    MDX #27–Who are Ascendants?

    Many function names in MDX are very family-friendly. Children, parent, ancestors, descendants, ascendants, are all terms we often use in telling family stories. Except ascendants. I never really understand what this word means until I ran into this word in...

    Sherry Li  Posted on Mar 2 2013 12:00AM
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    MDX #25 – Slicer or Sub-Cube?

    Slicer, Axes and Calculations Can All Filter Data in MDX Every developer with SQL background knows how the WHERE clause works. You put some condition in the WHERE clause, such as TheDate = Yesterday (pseudo code), and it will only return data for yesterday...

    Sherry Li  Posted on Feb 8 2013 12:00AM
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    MDX #23 – “Hello World!” Lesson in MDX

    Almost every tool we learned has some sort of “Hello World!” tutorial lesson. So here comes the “Hello World!” lesson in MDX. Putting “Hello World!” directly on the X axis doesn’t work You would think this query would work, by putting “Hello World!” direct...

    Sherry Li  Posted on Dec 3 2012 12:00AM
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    MDX #20 – Last Data Date

    Need to check the last time when our ETL processes ran successfully Data warehouse developers routinely query the last data date (the last date when we have fact data) to check the last time when our ETL processes ran successfully. It’s not hard to do it ...

    Sherry Li  Posted on Nov 22 2012 12:00AM
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    MDX #21 – Days in a month

    ParallelPeriod() function is very useful when we need to present data side-by-side for two parallel periods ParallelPeriod() function is often used when we need to present data side-by-side for two parallel periods, such as in the example below where daily...

    Sherry Li  Posted on Nov 22 2012 12:00AM
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