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SSAS - MULTIDIMENSIONAL EXERCISES▼
SSAS - multidimensional | Writing MDX Queries exercise | Simple MDX query rows and cols
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In SQL Server Management Studio, create a new query which extracts the following information from the SalesValueCube cube:
Some animals are targeted only at certain genders - hence all the nulls
The columns come from the Target Gender Id level of the MarketSegment hiearchy of the Product dimension; the rows come from the Animal Id level of the Classification hierarchy of the Product dimension!
Apply a WHERE clause to restrict the query to the tuple of 2009 data:
The WHERE clause loses about half of our data
Save your query as Simple query, then close it down.