As mentioned in the previous section, the primary exposure that a Crystal Analysis designer has to MDX or Crystal OLAP Syntax is in the creation of custom calculations not already available in the data source. This section provides some real-world examples of MDX in action to facilitate some quick learning. Table 20.5 highlights a few sample calculations, their purpose and a quick explanation of their components.
|Calculation||Description||MDX and/or Crystal OLAP Syntax|
|Member Name||Often in Financial Reporting, the repetition of the Member Name is required in the middle of the worksheet (see Figure 20.19). This can be accomplished using the MDX CurrentMember and Name functions. In Figure ...|