Mondrian Version : mondrian-184.108.40.20671
This sample shows the various mdx queries which can be selected and executed against MDXQueryServlet servlet, and give the result as a simple formatted table.
Open and edit web.xml file - which should be located in your [TOMCAT_HOME]/webapps/mondrian/WEB-INF folder - with your favorite text editor, and find connectString context parameter with these following configurations :
Note : [TOMCAT_HOME] is the folder where your Apache Tomcat installed. For example : C:\apache-tomcat-6.0.16
Open your Mondrian web application and click on the eight sample from the index page (Basic interface for ad hoc queries). You should see an OLAP data table with a JPivot toolbar. Drill through some of the dimension level nodes.
For example, my web application is located at http://localhost:8080/mondrian and my "Basic interface for ad hoc queries" sample url is http://localhost:8080/mondrian/adhoc.jsp.
You should try to execute another queries and see the results as your insights on Mondrian's MDX behaviours.
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