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The LEVEL_NUMBER Member Property
The LEVEL_UNIQUE_NAME Intrinsic Member Property Intrinsic Member Properties: The HIERARCHY_UNIQUE_NAME Property Intrinsic Member Properties: The DIMENSION_UNIQUE_NAME Property Further Combination of BottomCount() with Other MDX Functions Combine BottomCount() with Other MDX Functions to Add Sophistication Basic Set Functions: The BottomCount() Function, Part I Intrinsic Member Properties: The MEMBER_VALUE Property Intrinsic Member Properties: The MEMBER_UNIQUE_NAME Property Intrinsic Member Properties: The MEMBER_NAME Property Intrinsic Member Properties: The MEMBER_KEY Property Intrinsic Member Properties: The MEMBER_CAPTION Property Set Functions: The StripCalculatedMembers() Function Set Functions: The AddCalculatedMembers() Function MDX Numeric Functions: The Min() Function MDX Numeric Functions: The Max() Function Set Functions: The .AllMembers Function MDX Essentials: Set Functions: The MeasureGroupMeasures() Function String Functions: The .Properties Function, Part II String Functions: The .Properties Function Logical Functions: IsGeneration(): Conditional Logic within Filter Expressions MDX Scripting Statements: Introducing the Simple CASE Statement Logical Functions: IsGeneration(): Conditional Logic within Calculations Logical Functions: IsAncestor(): Conditional Logic within Filter Expressions MDX Clauses and Keywords: Use HAVING to Filter an Axis Logical Functions: IsAncestor(): Conditional Logic within Calculations Logical Functions: IsSibling(): Conditional Logic within Filter Expressions Logical Functions: IsSibling(): Conditional Logic within Calculations MDX Operators: The IsLeaf() Operator: Conditional Logic within Filter Expressions MDX Operators: The IsLeaf() Operator: Conditional Logic within Calculations MDX Numeric Functions: The .Ordinal Function Other MDX Entities: Perspectives MDX Operators: The IS Operator MDX Set Functions: The Distinct() Function MDX Set Functions: The ToggleDrillState() Function Set Functions: The DrillUpLevel() Function Set Functions: The DrillDownLevelTop() and DrillDownLevelBottom() Functions MDX Set Functions: DrillDownLevel() MDX Set Functions: The DRILLUPMEMBER() Function MDX Essentials: Set Functions: The DRILLDOWNMEMBERTOP() and DRILLDOWNMEMBERBOTTOM() Functions MDX Essentials : Set Functions: The DRILLDOWNMEMBER() Function MDX Essentials: Drilling Through with MDX: The DRILLTHROUGH Statement MDX Essentials: String Functions: The .UniqueName Function MDX Essentials: String Functions: The .Name Function MDX Essentials: String / Numeric Functions: The CoalesceEmpty() Function MDX Essentials: Basic Set Functions: The TopCount() Function, Part II MDX Essentials: Basic Set Functions: The TopCount() Function, Part I MDX Essentials: Enhancing CROSSJOIN() with Calculated Members MDX Essentials: Set and String Functions: The GENERATE() Function MDX Essentials: The CROSSJOIN() Function: Breaking Bottlenecks MDX Essentials: String / Numeric Functions: More on the IIF() Function MDX Essentials: String / Numeric Functions: Introducing the IIF() Function MDX Essentials: Logical Functions: The IsEmpty() Function MDX Essentials: Basic Set Functions: The EXTRACT() Function MDX Essentials: Numeric Functions: Introduction to the AVG() Function MDX Essentials: Basic Member Functions: The .Item() Function MDX Essentials: Basic Set Functions: Subset Functions: The Subset() Function MDX Essentials: Basic Set Functions: Subset Functions: The Tail() Function MDX Essentials: Basic Set Functions: Subset Functions: The Head() Function MDX Essentials: Basic Set Functions: The CrossJoin() Function MDX Essentials: Basic Numeric Functions: The Count() Function MDX Essentials: Basic Set Functions: The Filter() Function MDX Essentials: Basic Set Functions: The EXCEPT() Function MDX Essentials: Basic Set Functions: The Intersect() Function MDX Essentials: Basic Set Functions: The Union() Function MDX Essentials: Basic Set Functions: The Order() Function MDX Essentials - MDX Time Series Functions, Part III: The LastPeriods() and ParallelPeriod() Functions MDX Time Series Functions, Part II: The OpeningPeriod () and ClosingPeriod() Functions MDX Essentials - MDX Time Series Functions, Part I: PeriodsToDate() and Kindred Functions MDX Essentials: MDX Member Functions: "Relative" Member Functions MDX Member Functions: The Cousin () Function MDX Essentials: Member Functions: More "Family" Functions MDX Member Functions: The "Family" Functions MDX Essentials: MDX Members: Introducing Members and Member MDX Essentials : MDX Operators: The Basics MDX Essentials: Structure of the MDX Data Model MDX at First Glance: Introduction to SQL Server MDX Essentials |