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MDX trouble in a calculated member


MDX trouble in a calculated member

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maretix
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Hi to all.
I use SSAS 2008 R2 and i built a cube.
In this cube i have a little trouble with a calculated member i have to do.
My new calculate member is named AllSalesAmountOfWholeCompany
I need to calculate the total amoun of sales of all company.
I'd like to be able my users, to display in the same moment sales amount fo a single store of the company and in the same row the total amount of all company...
(A buyer asked me that and i found interesting to do !!!)

I built calculate member in MDX and i was able to do that BUT my trouble is to hide the row of stores that has SALES AMOUNT as NULL or 0.....(In the example member BOLOGNA Store...)
How can i do that ???? Inside Calculation member definition or where ????
I have the same problem in Excel and SQL SERVER MANAGEMENT STUDIO too...
I suppose i have to force NULL or 0 my calculated member AllSalesAmountOfWholeCompany, in this way, Excel will display only stores with a Sales Amount > 0.
But i tried i was not able,,,i am not a super MDX man ,,,i know

DIM STORES --- Sales Amount of a Month ---- AllSalesAmountOfWholeCompany

Turin Store ----- 100 --- 120.000
Bologna Store ----- NULL ---- 120.000
Venice Store ----- 300 ---- 120.000

Here is my MDX that it works correctly

SUM

(

{
( [Company].[All Company].[COMET],
[Stores].[Stores].[Stores]
)

}
,[Measures].[Sales Amount])


Thanks in advance...
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You could use a case statement or iif statement. I'd also use the non_empty_behavior clause as well

IIF(ISEMPTY([Measures].[Sales Amount] )
,SUM ({ [Company].[All Company].[COMET]},[Measures].[Sales Amount])
,NULL)

,NON_EMPTY_BEHAVIOR = {[Measures].[Sales Amount]}



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Think I've got the iif statement the wrong way around

IIF(ISEMPTY([Measures].[Sales Amount] )
,NULL
,SUM ({ [Company].[All Company].[COMET]},[Measures].[Sales Amount]) )

,NON_EMPTY_BEHAVIOR = {[Measures].[Sales Amount]}



Apologies
Mack
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Ciao
Many thanks to you ..
It works !!!

Thanks again !!!!:-)
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I think that something like the following might do what you are after...

with member measures.AllSalesAmountOfWholeCompany AS
(SUM
( { ( [Company].[All Company].[COMET],
[Stores].[Stores].[Stores]
)
}
,[Measures].[Sales Amount])
), NON_EMPTY_BEHAVIOR = 'Sales Amount'
select {[Measures].[Sales Amount] ,
[Measures].[AllSalesAmountOfWholeCompany]
} on columns,
{[Stores].[Stores].Members} on rows
from [Your Cube]



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Many thanks.
I think it is a good soluton too.

Someone advice me that is it works the same...

IIF(ISEMPTY([Measures].[Sales Amount] )
,NULL
,SUM ({ [Company].[All Company].[COMET]},[Measures].[Sales Amount]) )

,NON_EMPTY_BEHAVIOR = {[Measures].[Sales Amount]}


Thanks a lot.
Sorry but even if i use SSAS 2008 R2 from a long time (5 years) , i am not so good in MDX.

i HAVE TO IMPROVE MY knowledge.
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