|Oracle® OLAP DML Reference
10g Release 1 (10.1)
Part Number B10339-02
The MODEL.COMPRPT program produces a report that shows how model equations are grouped into blocks. For step blocks and for simultaneous blocks with a cross-dimensional dependence, the report lists the dimensions involved in the dependence.
Example 17-16 A Compilation Report for the income.budget Model
The MODEL.COMPRPT program produces a compilation report that shows the block structure of the model that you specify as the program argument and the order of equations within each block. Each equation is identified with the name of the model and its statement number within that model.
The following statements compile the model and invoke MODEL.COMPRPT.
COMPILE income.budget MODEL.COMPRPT income.budget
MODEL.COMPRPT statement produces the following compilation report.
MODEL INCOME.BUDGET <LINE MONTH> BLOCK 1 (SIMPLE) INCOME.BUDGET 4: revenue = lag(revenue, 1, month) * 1.02 INCOME.BUDGET 5: cogs = lag(cogs, 1, month) * 1.01 INCOME.BUDGET 3: gross.margin = revenue - cogs BLOCK 2 (STEP-FORWARD <MONTH>) INCOME.BUDGET 6: marketing = lag(opr.income, 1, month) * 0.20 INCOME.BUDGET 2: opr.income = gross.margin - marketing END BLOCK 2 END BLOCK 1
Example 17-17 A Compilation Report for the income.est Model
The following statement runs the
MODEL.COMPRPT program, which produces a compilation report for a model named
The compilation report contains the following output.
MODEL INCOME.EST <LINE MONTH> BLOCK 1 (STEP-FORWARD <MONTH>) INCOME.EST 5: revenue = lag(revenue,1,month)+2*lag(marketing,1,month) INCOME.EST 4: gross.margin = revenue - cogs BLOCK 2 (SIMULTANEOUS) INCOME.EST 2: net.income = opr.income - taxes INCOME.EST 3: opr.income = gross.margin - marketing - selling - r.d INCOME.EST 6: marketing = .15 * net.income INCOME.EST 7: taxes = .3 * opr.income END BLOCK 2 END BLOCK 1