|Oracle® OLAP DML Reference
11g Release 2 (11.2)
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This chapter contains the following topics:
One topic for each of the OLAP DML system properties, arranged alphabetically beginning with $AGGMAP.
For other reference topics for the OLAP DML, see Chapter 5, "OLAP DML Options", Chapter 7, "OLAP DML Functions: A - K", Chapter 7, "OLAP DML Functions: A - K", Chapter 9, "OLAP DML Commands: A-G", and Chapter 10, "OLAP DML Commands: H-Z".
A property is a named value that is associated with a definition of an analytic workspace object. You can name, create, and assign properties to an object using an OLAP DML PROPERTY command.
Properties that begin with a $ (dollar sign) are recognized by Oracle OLAP as system properties. You cannot create system properties; however, in some cases you can assign system properties to objects. In particular, you can assign system properties that interact with the OLAP DML.
The OLAP DML provides system properties that set or retrieve values that influence how the OLAP DML performs the following: