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Writing a Basic MDX Query Pt.2 - SQL School Video


Writing a Basic MDX Query Pt.2 - SQL School Video

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Brian Knight
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Brian,

Create videos. Thanks.

I have a question. When you demonstrate creating multiple calculated measures you say that "you can use the data from the first one". I don't get what you are saying. The only similarity is the measure [Internet Order Quantity], but that is just a standard measure. I don't consider that one "data from the first [calculated measure]". Am I missing something? Did you mean to demonstrate something like

WITH MEMBER [MEASURES].[FirstCalcMember] AS
[MEASURES].[SOMETHING] /
[MEASURES].[SOMTHING ELSE]

MEMBER [MEASURES].[SecondCalcMember] AS
[MEASURES].[FirstCalcMember]*
[MEASURES].[YET SOMETHING ELSE] [\code]

Thanks.

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Nice one...



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Hi Brian, it's a fantastic one and I will expect more vedio in the future.
But Could you please post your script on your vedio so that's really benefit for our programming.
Thanks in advance!
aragornguan1972@gmail.com
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Nice demonstration of MDX. Very Cool.

Irshad
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The video was really helpful. Looking for more tutorials on MDX...

-Prashanth
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