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Qtd (MDX)

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Returns a set of sibling members from the same level as a given member, starting with the first sibling and ending with the given member, as constrained by the Quarter level in the Time dimension.

Qtd( [ Member_Expression ] )

Member_Expression

A valid Multidimensional Expressions (MDX) expression that returns a member.

If a member expressionis not specified, the default is the current member of the first hierarchy with a level of type Quarters in the first dimension of type Time in the measure group.

The Qtd function is a shortcut function for the PeriodsToDate (MDX) function whose level expression argument is set to Quarter. That is, Qtd(Member_Expression) is functionally equivalent to PeriodsToDate(Quarter_Level_Expression, Member_Expression).

Example

The following example returns the sum of the Measures.[Order Quantity] member, aggregated over the first two months of the third quarter of calendar year 2003 that are contained in the Date dimension, from the Adventure Works cube.

WITH MEMBER [Date].[Calendar].[First2MonthsSecondSemester2003] AS
    Aggregate(
        QTD([Date].[Calendar].[Month].[August 2003])
    )
SELECT 
    [Date].[Calendar].[First2MonthsSecondSemester2003] ON COLUMNS,
    [Product].[Category].Children ON ROWS
FROM
    [Adventure Works]
WHERE
    [Measures].[Order Quantity]
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