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

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CALLTYPE

Within an OLAP DML program, the CALLTYPE function indicates whether a program was invoked as a function, as a command, by using a CALL statement, or triggered by the execution of an OLAP DML statement.

Return Value

TEXT

The return value of CALLTYPE is:

Syntax

CALLTYPE

Examples

Example 7-35 Determining the Calling Method

This sample program, called myprog, demonstrates how CALLTYPE returns different values depending on how the program is invoked.

DEFINE myprog PROGRAM
PROGRAM
SHOW CALLTYPE
RETURN('This is the return value')
END

The following statements invoke myprog: 1) as command; 2) with a CALL statement; 3) as a function.

myprog
CALL myprog
SHOW myprog

The three statements send the following output to the current outfile. Note that the return value of myprog appears only when the program is called as a function.

COMMAND
CALL
FUNCTION
This is the return value