|Oracle9i OLAP User's Guide
Release 2 (188.8.131.52)
Part Number A95295-02
INTERPCLOB function executes one or more OLAP DML commands and returns the session log in which the commands are executed. It is typically used in applications when the 4K limit on input for the
INTERP function may be too restrictive.
You can use the
INTERPCLOB function as an argument to the
PRINTLOG procedure in this package to view the session log. See the example.
The syntax for the
INTERPCLOB procedure is shown below.
One or more OLAP DML commands separated by semi-colons.
The log for Oracle OLAP session in which the OLAP DML commands were executed.
The SQL processor evaluates the OLAP DML commands, either in whole or in part, before sending them to Oracle OLAP for processing. Follow these guidelines when formatting the OLAP DML commands in the
') in an OLAP DML command, use two single quotes (
''). The SQL processor strips one of the single quotes before it sends the OLAP DML command to Oracle OLAP.
") indicates the beginning of a comment.
This function does not return the output of the OLAP DML commands when you have redirected the output by using the OLAP DML
The following sample SQL*Plus session creates an analytic workspace named
ELECTRONICS, imports its contents from an EIF file stored in the
dbs directory alias, and displays the contents of the analytic workspace.
SQL> SET SERVEROUT ON SIZE 1000000 SQL> EXECUTE DBMS_AW.PRINTLOG(DBMS_AW.INTERPCLOB('AW CREATE electronics; IMPORT ALL FROM EIF FILE ''dbs/electronics.eif'' DATA DFNS; DESCRIBE')); DEFINE GEOGRAPHY DIMENSION TEXT WIDTH 12 LD Geography Dimension Values DEFINE PRODUCT DIMENSION TEXT WIDTH 12 LD Product Dimension Values DEFINE TIME DIMENSION TEXT WIDTH 12 LD Time Dimension Values DEFINE CHANNEL DIMENSION TEXT WIDTH 12 LD Channel Dimension Values . . . PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.