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

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RESYNC

When an analytic workspace is attached in multiwriter mode, the RESYNC command drops private changes for the specified read-only objects and retrieves the data from the latest visible generations.

RESYNC resynthesized read-only objects. Use ACQUIRE to resynchronize acquired objects

Syntax

RESYNC objects

Arguments

objects

A list of one or more variables, relations, valuesets, or dimension names, separated by commas, that you want to resynchronize. Oracle OLAP ignores any acquired objects in this list.

Use Name as a value in objects to specify that you want to resynchronize the newest objects defined by other users.

Notes

Keeping Logical Relationship of Objects

When using RESYNC keep in mind the logical relationship of different objects to avoid losing the logical consistency of the data by promoting some objects, but not others to a new generation.

Resynchronizing Objects that Share a Composite Dimension

Objects that share a composite dimension can be resynchronized separately as long as all such objects that are not being resynchronized are either unchanged or acquired.

Examples

Example 10-105 Resynchronizing Objects

In this example, user A is periodically updating actuals, while user R needs to periodically check the latest view of the data. They could execute the following OLAP DML statements.

User A could execute the following OLAP DML statements.

AW ATTACH myworkspace MULTI
ACQUIRE actuals
...make modifications
UPDATE MULTI actuals
COMMIT
...make modification
UPDATE MULTI actuals
COMMIT

At the same time, user R could execute the following OLAP DML statements.

AW ATTACH myworkspace MULTI
...
RESYNC actuals
...
RESYNC actuals
...
RESYNC actuals
...