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SSAS - MULTIDIMENSIONAL EXERCISES
Exercise: Simple calculation in cube using MDX or otherwise
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This exercise uses the project that you are currently working on! Within this project, create a cube using measures taken from two tables:
Choose measures from both the transaction and the quadrant target tables
Rename your measure groups in the Cube Structure tab:
We'll give the measure groups better names
Configure the dimension usage for the measure group taken from the tblQuadrantTarget table:
The targets link to the other tables at month, animal and quadrant granularity level
Create the following two calculations (whether in form view or by scripting them):
- [Mid target] (the midpoint between the higher and lower targets)
- [Excess over mid target] (the difference between sales value and this mid-target amount)
Here's one view of what your cube might look like:
Your cube if you include all 5 measures of interest
If yoiu're using Analysis Services 2012 or later, you'll need to analyse your cube in Excel to see a pivot-table-style view of it similar to the one shown above.
Save your cube and close down all windows.