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Count function issue in MDX in SQL Server 2008 R2


Count function issue in MDX in SQL Server 2008 R2

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Below query is running well in SQL server 2005:

"COUNT(filter(periodstodate([Fiscal Date].[Fiscal].[Year],[Fiscal Date].[Fiscal].[Month].&[201012])
,[MEASURES].[Rating NEW] >0
)
)"

But this query in causing increment in page file usage in the analysis services of SQL server 2008 R2.

Error msg: 'The Operation has been Cancelled due to memory pressure.'

This issue is coming when 'Count', 'filter' & 'periodstodate' conditions are used together. Individually these functions are working fine in the measure.

Please suggest any alternate approach to implement the above mentioned MDX.
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