|Oracle9i OLAP User's Guide
Release 2 (9.2)
Part Number A95295-01
CWM2_OLAP_LEVEL_ATTRIBUTE , 4 of 12
Each procedure first checks the calling user's security privileges. The calling user must be the dimension owner and must have the
OLAP_DBA role. If the calling user does not meet the security requirements, the procedure fails with an exception.
Each procedure then checks for the existence of the parent dimension, the parent dimension attribute, and the parent level within the OLAP 2 Catalog. If any of the parent entities do not exist, the procedure fails with an exception.
Each procedure then checks for the existence of the level attribute. All procedures, except
CREATE_LEVEL_ATTRIBUTE, return an error if the level attribute does not already exist.
You can specify arguments in lower case, upper case, or mixed case.
If the argument is a metadata entity name (for example,
level_attribute_name) or a value that will be used in further processing by other procedures, the procedure converts the argument to upper case. For all other arguments, the case that you specify is retained.