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MDX - How do you restrict .members to subcube within calculated members


MDX - How do you restrict .members to subcube within calculated members

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I believe that calculated members can go beyond the bound of a subcube. However, to me this is counter-intuitive.

If I declare a subcube as:

create subcube mycube as (select {[Dim].[Dim].[Dim].&[key1] , [Dim].[Dim].[Dim].&[key2]} on 0 from mycube

followed by the query:

with member Measures.X as [Dim].[Dim].[Dim].count
select {Measures.X} on 0 from mycube


I would expect to see the value 2 not the count of members in the real cube.

Any ideas how to get around this?
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