Category Archives: mdx

SSRS – Creating Drill Through reports with MDX

If you are reporting from a Cube in SSRS and you want to drill through to another report you can set up actions just like any other drill through except one small change. The parameter you pass to the drill … Continue reading

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MDX YTD Calculation Issus

If you are using the templates for MDX calculation built into SSAS 2008 you might run into some strange issues. In the image below you can see the calculation is working for all years except for 2008. My first thought … Continue reading

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MDX Scope with an If Then statement

The scope statement in MDX is great for applying calculations to a certain area of a cube, also called a subcube. Dustin Ryan wrote a great article on the scope statement here. The issue I am going to cover will … Continue reading

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Creating a Rolling Date Range Named set in MDX

One Client I was working with wanted a named set that would give them the last 5 years. Of course this needed to be a rolling 5 years so it automatically moved the years up every January. To create this … Continue reading

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Report from a Cube in Reporting Services

Data warehousing has become a staple of businesses to help make business decisions. From these data warehouses you can develop an Analysis Services cube which allows for fast reporting. Creating reports in Reporting Services 2008 from a cube is very … Continue reading

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Create a Named Set with all but one Member in MDX – SSAS

I was trying to create a Named set in SSAS 2008 using the MDX calculations. I wanted to include all of the members of a hierarchy except one of them. I started with trying to use the filter expression and … Continue reading

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Per Member Per Month Per 1000 Calculations in MDX

In a lot of industries there is a popular calculation called “Per Member Per Month Per 1000” calculation or the “Per Customer Per Month Per 1000” calculation. This is used to determine the level at which the company is rendering … Continue reading

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