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SSAS Calendar Week commencing with split at month

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 01, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 
Hi all, Wonder if someone can help. Our CFO wants to see a cube calendar that shows week commencing but stops at the end of month. For example if the dates are Monday  28th   Tuesday  29th   Wednesday 30th   Thursday 1st    Friday  2nd Saturday 3rd Sunday   4th So for this example the week commencing is the 28th of Month 1 and Thursday is week commencing 1st of the next. I am having a problem seeing how I can do this. If I add the weeks to a standard calendar I get the week commencing 28th which includes the 7 days, naturally. I cannot help feeling I am missing something obvious. Cheers


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