[Mondrian] Mixing aggregate functions on different levels of the same dimension

Dejan.Gambin at coin.hr Dejan.Gambin at coin.hr
Wed Dec 3 05:06:06 EST 2008

If someone has any info that could point me to the right direction 
(where/what to look, link, book, documentation, ...), I would be happy to 
learn. Currently I just don't have enough MDX knowledge to solve this 

thanks very much

regards, dejan

p.s. sorry for posting from the wrong address for the second time, it was 
not my intention

mondrian-bounces at pentaho.org wrote on 02.12.2008 10:00:15:

> Hi, 
> I have a question, I hopse someone can help. 
> I have "financial statement" cube with hierarchical financial 
> positions and firms on rows and time period on columns. The only 
> measure is a value for each financial position, each firm and each 
> time period. 
> My quartal data is cumulative so the correct value for a year is the
> value from the last quartal for which the data exists in fact table 
> (I have future periods in time dimension). I have managed to get the
> the correct value for a year (the "closing balance") but the problem
> is I don't need it for each level, only for a year level. The other 
> levels should sum the values of their children. 
> So for example the value for all years (for which data exists in 
> fact table) should be sum of year values, but the value for a year 
> should be a value from the last quartal. 
> How can I do this in mondrian schema or just in MDX? 
> thanks very much 
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