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PeriodsToDate help

PeriodsToDate help

PeriodsToDate help

I have a query that works when I feed it a specific date, but can't seem to get it to work using variable select (LastChild, etc).  Trying to create two subsets one for Current YTD and one for Last YTD (ie 1-2008 to 8-2008, and 1-2007 to 8-2007, based on the last date currently in dataset)

Any advice is welcome.


with member [ChangeMonthsIncDec].[YrMonth].[YTD LY] as
                [ChangeMonthsIncDec].[Year -  Month].[Year]
                ,[ChangeMonthsIncDec].[Year -  Month].[Month].&[200708]
select {
        [Measures].[Num Line Increases]
        ,[Measures].[Avg New Line Size]
        ,[Measures].[Avg Prev Line Size]
    } on columns,
        [ChangeMonthsIncDec].[YrMonth].[YTD LY]
    } on rows
from [PerformanceAtLineIncrease]

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RE: PeriodsToDate help

Is this a SSAS Cube?

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RE: PeriodsToDate help

Yes sorry forgot that detail.

Notorious P.I.G.

RE: PeriodsToDate help

check out this thread in the SSAS Forum

thread960-1488889: Time Period Rollups Dimension

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RE: PeriodsToDate help

Thanks Paul!  Didn't see the AS forums, just what I was looking for.

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