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Avoiding dynamic calculations

Avoiding dynamic calculations

Avoiding dynamic calculations

The dimensions in my model are emp, process. In emp dimension the heirarchy is emp-centre.  my fact contains output, effort.  productivity rate = output/effort.
benchmark for a process in a centre is, productivity rate of that centre which is, (sum of the output of all the employees in that centre )/(sum of effort of all the employees in that centre).  i have taken bench mark as (emp-centre.parent, measures.productivity rate).  this works fine
so benchmark for any employee should be same in a centre for a particular process.  but when i am displaying a single employee, the benchmark is dynamically changing. benchmark should be static for all the employees for a particular process.
How should I achieve that
Thanks in advance

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