SSAS - TABULAR EXERCISES▼
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- Excel pivot tables (1)
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- Measures (3)
- Changing query context (2)
- The EARLIER Function (1)
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SSAS - tabular | Changing query context exercise | Use VALUES to compare data in or not in the Land environment
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- Go into SQL Server Management Studio;
- Open the SQL file you've just unzipped (you can press CTRL + O to do this); then
- Execute this script.
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The aim of this exercise is to create the following pivot table, showing the total quantity of sales for land and non-land environments:
The pivot table divides spending into Land and other environments.
To do this, create two measures:
|Name||What it shows|
|Non-terrestrial||Calculates the total quantity of purchases, but excluding the Land environment.|
|Terrestrial||Does the same thing, but only for the Land environment.|
You'll need to use the VALUES function, otherwise Excel will remove any constraint by environment, rather than modifying it.
Save your workbook as Happy landings, then close it down.