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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.

Thanks

Tim

p.s. zone should be changed to OLAP
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