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Default Recursive Relationships with MDX

There is an example in SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services book how to build a table with recursive hierarchies. In this example SQL query is used for creating table with EmployeeID and ManagerID columns.
 I have a cube with Organization Tree dimension. Each item of organization tree (cost place ) has unique OrgID and Parent ORGID. The number of levels can be different for each branch : e.q.

 It seems that using Recursive Relationships to be a solution for my task. Is it possible to get it using MDX and how that MDX can look like ?

Thanks in advance.

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