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MDX 2 Filters Connected By Or Keyword

Posted on 2009-04-02
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I have the requirement that a schedule should be completed for any people with a one-time spend greater than $50, or an aggregate spend greater than $250.  Below I have the individual queries.  Is it possible to combine these conditions using an 'OR' into 1 query?  I don't want any overlap -- in other words, people selected from the 1st query should not also be selected from the 2nd query.

Code samples appreciated.
-- Query 1
select 
([Measures].[Spend Count].Children, [Beneficiary].[Address].Children, [Activity Start Date].[Date]) ON COLUMNS,
{Filter ([Year Quarter Desc].Members, [Measures].[Total Spend Amount] > 50)} ON ROWS
FROM Spends
WHERE [Party Role].[Beneficiary].[Beneficiary Role].&[Caterer]
 
--Query 2
WITH MEMBER Measures.Year AS SUM
	({[Year Quarter Desc].&[2008/Q1], [Year Quarter Desc].&[2008/Q2]},[Measures].[Total Spend Amount])
	select [Beneficiary].[Full Name] ON COLUMNS,
	{Filter ([Year Quarter Desc].&[2008/Q1], [Measures].[Year] > 250), 
	Filter([Year Quarter Desc].&[2008/Q2], [Measures].[Year] > 250)} ON ROWS
	from spends

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Another question that I think I found my own answer to below.
WITH MEMBER Measures.TotalVendorSpending AS SUM
	({[Year Quarter Desc].&[2008/Q1], [Year Quarter Desc].&[2008/Q2]},[Measures].[Total Spend Amount]) 
	select [Beneficiary].[Full Name] ON COLUMNS,
	IIF([Measures].[TotalVendorSpending] > 250, [Measures].[TotalVendorSpending], {Filter ([Year Quarter Desc].Members, [Measures].[Total Spend Amount] > 50)}) ON ROWS
	from spends
	WHERE [Party Role].[Beneficiary].[Beneficiary Role].&[Caterer]

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