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Returns a set composed of all attributes (optionally limited to those belonging to a specific dimension). For each attribute x in the return set, if x is the granularity attribute or is directly or indirectly related to the granularity attribute, the granularity is set on attribute x without affecting the slice. The Leaves function is designed for use inside a SCOPE statement or at the left side of an assignment.
Leaf members are tuples that are formed by the cross join of the lowest level of all attribute hierarchies. Calculated members are excluded.
If a dimension name is specified, the Leaves function returns a set that contains the leaf members of the key attribute for the specified dimension.
If the dimension is associated with multiple measure groups, that of the measure in the current scope is used.
If a dimension name is not specified, the function returns a set that contains the leaf members of the entire cube.
If the dimension expression resolves to a hierarchy, and the hierarchy unique name is the same as the dimension unique name (cube dimension property HierarchyUniqueNameStyle=ExcludeDimensionName, and the hierarchy name=dimension name), then the dimension is used.
An error is generated if not all attributes have same granularity on measure groups in current scope.