Category Archives: MDX
Using Picklists in TM1 is a great way of ensuring data quality. We explain different types of pick lists, why you use & how to create each type of pick list so you can have in cell drop downs active inside TM1.
Have you ever needed to have a TM1 subset that automatically includes all elements? What, I hear you say, doesn’t that always occur? Well no. You can have static subsets (which is the default), or you can make dynamic subsets using MDX. And it’s easy! How to Create Dynamic Subsets using MDX Open Subset editor Turn on View, Expression Window Tools, Record Expression Manipulate elements to what you want Tools, … Continue Reading
A <set> in an MDX expression in TM1 refers to a group of elements. Usually in TM1, this would be a subset in a dimension, although note that not all subsets are created by MDX. So when using <set> in an MDX statement, usually you will refer to a subset of a dimension.
MDX in TM1 leverages of the standard MDX language (note leverages off, not uses). It is an industry standard query language for multi dimensional analysis. TM1 does not support the entire language and also adds on TM1 relevant features as well. Keeping Dimension Subsets Up to Date In a dimension, a great way to keep a subset up to date is to use MDX. To do this enable the view of the … Continue Reading