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Need to pass parameter today to calculate year to date metric

I need a bar chat and a tablix to display year to date culmulative using a parameter Pmonth and Pdate to limit to Jan 2011 to today for everyday. I used period to date function with level month and member date in SSMS. But i need help to edit this query for SSRS:

WITH

MEMBER [Measures].[year to Date Sales] AS

Aggregate(

PeriodsToDate(

[Date].[Calendar].[Month],

[Date].[Calendar].CurrentMember

),

([Measures].[Sales Amount])

)

SELECT

{

([Measures].[Sales Amount]),

([Measures].[Month to Date Sales])

} ON COLUMNS,

{[Date].[Calendar].[Date].Members} ON ROWS

FROM [Sales Cube]

This query is currently giving me the culmulative for date in all available year but I need parameter that will limit to for example Jan 2002 till 12/31/2002. For example pmonth = jan 2011 and pdate = today e.g 02/27/2011. I need to run this query in SSRS. Thanks
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Projack
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oleggoldCommented:
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ProjackAuthor Commented:
I am not a notive I am aware of that I just need on the MDX query And resolved it. I pass


WITH

MEMBER [Measures].[year to Date Sales] AS

Aggregate(

PeriodsToDate(

[Date].[Calendar].[Month],
    STRTOMEMBER("[Date].[Calendar].[Date].&[20071125]") : strtomember("[Date].[Calendar].[Date].&[" + Format(Now(), "yyyyMMdd") +"]"),


),

([Measures].[Sales Amount])

)

SELECT

{

([Measures].[Sales Amount]),

([Measures].[Month to Date Sales])

} ON COLUMNS,

{[Date].[Calendar].[Date].Members} ON ROWS

FROM [Sales Cube]

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ProjackAuthor Commented:
The expert comment was not helpful so I digged around and resolved
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ProjackAuthor Commented:
The expert comment was not helpful so I digged around and resolved.
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