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PARALLELPERIOD SQL SSAS 2008

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Which to following expression mean created under SQL SSAS 2008 calculation member ?

SUM(YTD(PARALLELPERIOD( [DIM DATE].[Year Group].[MONTH], 12,[DIM DATE].[Year Group].currentmember)),[Measures].[Amount])
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by:Phillip Burton
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What was the Amount year to date at the same point in time last year?
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What does the 3 parameters represent in PARALLELPERIOD ?
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Let's call the three parameters A, B and C. In plain English, the PARALLELPERIOD does this following:

For this member (C), go back this many (B) time units (A).

So, in this example, for wherever we are (currentmember) in the Year Group hierarchy (C), go back 12 (B) months (A).

The syntax is therefore PARALLELPERIOD(A, B, C) - in this case, PARALLELPERIOD(months in the Year Group hierarchy, 12, the currentmember of the Year Group)
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