How to define a set range using member functions?
Is it supported to be able to use member functions to define a set, in particular a set defined with a member range in the form:
set = member1:member2?
The docs only show hardcoded values being used for member1 and member2 and I can get it to work if I use hardcoded values. However if I try to use member functions it throws an error:
"ERROR #5001: Both parts of a range must be members"
While the below does not give me the correct answers without using the %All function, it does work. It's not workable for a typical application that needs dynamic dates (and/or using the dates on the axis) unless I do some kind of dynamic MDX. I've experimented with other set functions like COUNT, all have the same issue. Is it possible to do?
I know that %TIMERANGE can work for some things but that returns only a member that contains a total. It cannot be used to operate on the individual members.
If for each date, I want a count of days in the past 30 days that have [TotalTrx]>0, I would normally handle this with something like:
I can't figure out how something like that could be implemented if set functions can't take a set argument that is a member range based off of member functions (like CURRENTMEMBER).