How do I define a calculated member that doesnt have a rollup?

In EazyBI, I created a calculated member ("Modern Sprints") within the Sprint dimension to filter and order all sprints.

Its definition is:

      DateCompare([Sprint].CurrentMember.get('Start date'), Now()) <= 0
        [Sprint].CurrentMember.Name MATCHES '(?i)(endor|hoth).*' 
    [Sprint].CurrentMember.get('Start date'), BASC


When I include this in a chart, it shows a rollup value that you then have to open up to get the actual sprints - see this screenshot:

image2016-11-9 16:43:33.png


Is there a way to set up the Calculated Member so you don't have that top rollup row ("Modern Sprints")?  I would want it to behave like All hierarchy level members > Sprint, where the rows are just the sprints themselves.




1 answer

Hi Matthew,


In this case, after creating a new calculated member using Aggregate you could click on header cell (member name) in the results pane and remove the not necessary rows or members.


After this report is saved, it will remember to show only needed sprints (without removed row) next time when the report is opened.


Please contact if you have further questions regarding this!


Kind regards,

Martins Vanags /


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