MDX Scripting - FREEZE
Locks the cell values of a specified subcube to their current values. When the cell values are locked, changes to other cells have no effect on the cells that are locked.
A valid Multidimensional Expressions (MDX) expression that returns a subcube.
The FREEZE statement locks the values of cells in a specified subcube, preventing subsequent statements in an MDX script from changing their values in subsequent calculation passes.
In the following example, A and B represent subcubes in an MDX calculation script:
B = 2; A = B; B = 3
At this point, both A and B are equal to 3.
We now insert the Freeze function to lock the cells in the A subcube:
B = 2; A = B; FREEZE(A); B = 3
A is now equal to 2, and B is equal to 3.