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Sherry Li's BI Corner

Always wanting to publish novels, but having the fortune to work in the data warehouse corner of technology, Sherry Li started to write the mysteries of the Microsoft Business Intelligence. She writes everything from T-SQL to MDX, ETL to Expressions to Scripting, Reporting to Cubes. You can find her writings at bisherryli.wordpress.com.

Archives: December 2012

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!” directly on the X axis.

Unfortunately it… Read more

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Posted in Sherry Li's BI Corner on 3 December 2012

MDX #22 – What to use for explicit sorting on dimensions

I often think that I am lucky to work in a profession that I enjoy very much. It makes everything I do a fun thing to do. Majority of the fun comes from the fact that I have my hands in almost every aspect of building a data warehouse. From… Read more

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Posted in Sherry Li's BI Corner on 3 December 2012