<= (Less Than or Equal To) (MDX)

 

Updated: March 2, 2016

Performs a comparison operation that determines whether the value of one Multidimensional Expressions (MDX) expression is less than or equal to the value of another MDX expression.

  
MDX_Expression <= MDX_Expression  

Parameters

MDX_Expression
A valid MDX expression.

A Boolean value based on the following conditions:

  • true if both parameters are non-null, and the first parameter has a value that is either less than or equal to the value of the second parameter.

  • false if both parameters are non-null, and the first parameter has a value that greater than the value of the second parameter.

  • null if either or both parameters evaluate to a null value.

The following example demonstrates the use of this operator.

-- This query returns the gross profit margin (GPM)  
-- for Australia where the GPM is less than or equal to 30%.  
With Member [Measures].[LowGPM] as  
  IIF(  
      [Measures].[Gross Profit Margin] <= .5,  
      [Measures].[Gross Profit Margin],  
      null)  
SELECT   
NON EMPTY [Sales Territory].[Sales Territory Country].[Australia] ON 0,  
    NON EMPTY [Product].[Category].Members ON 1  
FROM  
    [Adventure Works]  
WHERE  
    ([Measures].[LowGPM])  

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