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Posted Thursday, December 6, 2007 10:22 AM
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I m aware that the hierarchies can be defined with in members of individual dimension.

Below is my hierarchy with in cluster dimension

companyid -> acctdid -> products..

But I want to show the companyname instead of companyid during drill down and drill through across that hierarchy..Company name is present in a different table other than the cluster dimension.

How can I define hierarchy as companyname -> acctdid -> products.



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Posted Tuesday, December 11, 2007 8:19 PM
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You might like to add a named calculation to your data source view. This calculation will be something like "SELECT companyname FROM othertable WHERE thistable.companyid = othertable.companyid'. Then you can use this field as the NameColumn for your companyid attribute.
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