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Calculated measure can be replaced with named query to improve performance

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I have a calculated measure. It is just an average and it is taking lots of time to execute. Can I remove the calculated member and replace the fact table with named query? will that somehow improve the performance?
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Tim Humphries earned 2000 total points
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No. A named query is just a shortcut.
Can you post your calculated member s o ican see what you're trying to do?
Details of  the number of rows in the fact table and any aggregations you have created will help too.

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Tim

p.s. zone should be changed to OLAP
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