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REPORT BUILDER 3.0 EXERCISES
Exercise: Report on a cube, grouping sales by centre, with outlining
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If you haven't already done so, restore the database in the above folder into Analysis Services in Management Studio (not for copying or commercial use). The database should contain 3 dimensions and one cube called MAM.
Now create a new report based on this cube, with a dataset showing the average price for 6th March 2014:
You'll need to apply a filter to say that the transaction date must equal 2014-03-06.
Create a grouped table to show this data, to look something like this:
You should group the data by the centre, and show the average price in the group footer.
Now add outlining so that you can expand or collapse individual centres:
Initially you should see just the centres displayed.
You can expand any centre to show its sales:
Here we've chosen to see the Priory Square figures.
Save this report as Let it be, then close it down.