## MDX Scripting Statements: Introducing the Simple CASE Statement - Page 3June 4, 2007
Per the request of our client colleagues, we will construct
a simple query to provide an illustration of the use of the simple Our initial example will serve as an introduction to a means
of “bucketizing” the respective measure value for each of a group of members
(in our case, the 1.
Type (or cut
and paste) the following query into the
The
The above query returns the Recall that we have said that we might accomplish our ends
through alternative methods. The approach we are taking here allows us to
parameterize the In the
MDX query parameterization, see various member articles
of my series.MSSQL
Server Reporting Services2.
Execute the
query by clicking the
The
In the partial view of the returned dataset, we see that the
calculation accomplishes the intended purpose - generating the 3.
Select Our client colleagues express satisfaction with the
contextual backdrop we have established for introducing the The analyst group tells us that they wish to be able to
drive color properties for a given report, based upon geography of the
reporting entity. The client representatives tell us that the Our client colleagues tell us that they wish to drive color
properties in the
Table 2: Desired Color Formatting Properties for Respective Countries The analysts tell us that the
values under immediate consideration, from the perspective of the initial
query, involve 4.
Press key
combination 5.
Type (or cut
and paste) the following query into the
The
The above retrieves the calculated member
Analysis Services to drive
conditional formatting within Reporting Services, see Intelligent
Layering: Leverage Conditional Formatting Logic from Analysis Services, a member
of my Database Journal MSSQL Server Reporting Services series.Finally, and rather obviously, because we have specified
that the 6.
Execute the
query by clicking the The
In the view of the returned dataset, we see that the
calculation accomplishes the intended purpose – generating the desired 7.
Select In the returned dataset, we see that the query appears to meet
the business requirements outlined by the client representatives. We have
delivered a simple calculation, The
client representatives confirm that the immediate goal of the practice example has
been met: the creation of a calculation, which is dictated by the 8.
Select ## Summary ...In this article, we introduced the After
introducing
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