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Oracle® OLAP DML Reference
11g Release 1 (11.1)

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DO ... DOEND

Within an OLAP DML program, the DO and DOEND commands bracket a group of one or more statements in a program. DO and DOEND are normally used to bracket one of the following:

You can put one DO statement inside another to nest groups of statements. You can nest as many groups as you want, if each DO statement has a corresponding DOEND to indicate the end of its statement group.

Syntax

DO

     statement1

     ...

     statementN

DOEND

Arguments

statement

One or more OLAP DML statements, user-defined programs, or both.

Notes

TEMPSTAT Statement and DOEND Statement

Within a FOR loop of a program, when a DO/DOEND phrase follows TEMPSTAT, status is restored when the DOEND, BREAK, or GOTO is encountered.

Examples

Example 9-110 DO and DOEND with the FOR Statement

Suppose you want to use the ROW command to produce a report that shows the unit sales of tents for each of 2 months. Use DO ... DOEND to bracket the ROW and BLANK statements you want to execute repeatedly for each value of the month dimension. You might write the following program.

LIMIT month TO 'Jan96' to 'Feb96'
ROW district
ROW UNDER '-' VALONLY name.product
FOR month
    DO
      ROW INDENT 5 month WIDTH 6 UNITS
      BLANK
    DOEND

The program produces the following output.

BOSTON
3-Person Tents
--------------
     Jan96              307
     Feb96              209