In the Calculating the year-over-year (YoY) growth (parallel periods) recipe, we have shown how the
ParallelPeriod() function works when there is a single member involved. In the Calculating parallel periods for multiple dates in a set recipe, we have shown how to do the same, but on a range of members defined in a set. This recipe presents the solution to a special case when the set of members is found in a slicer.
We will use the same case as in the previous recipe; we will calculate the growth in the pre-Christmas season for each color of our products.
Start SQL Server Management Studio and connect to your SSAS 2016 instance. Click on the New Query button and check that ...