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12c Release 1 (12.1)

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ALL_CUBE_ATTRIBUTES

ALL_CUBE_ATTRIBUTES describes the attributes for the OLAP cube dimensions accessible to the current user.

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Column Datatype NULL Description
OWNER VARCHAR2(128) NOT NULL Owner of the cube dimension
DIMENSION_NAME VARCHAR2(128) NOT NULL Name of a cube dimension (such as TIME)
ATTRIBUTE_NAME VARCHAR2(128) NOT NULL Name of an attribute of the dimension (such as LONG_DESCRIPTION or END_DATE)
ATTRIBUTE_ID NUMBER NOT NULL ID of the attribute of the dimension
TARGET_DIMENSION_NAME VARCHAR2(128)   Name of the target dimension of the attribute
ATTRIBUTE_ROLE VARCHAR2(17)   Special role this attribute plays; NULL if none:
  • SHORT_DESCRIPTION

  • LONG_DESCRIPTION

  • DESCRIPTION

  • TIME_SPAN

  • END_DATE

DESCRIPTION NVARCHAR2(300)   Description of the attribute in the session language
ATTRIBUTE_GROUP_NAME VARCHAR2(200)   Name of the attribute group
DATA_TYPE VARCHAR2(106)   Data type of the attribute, (such as VARCHAR2 or FLOAT)
DATA_LENGTH NUMBER NOT NULL Length of a text data type
DATA_PRECISION NUMBER   Precision of a numeric data type
DATA_SCALE NUMBER   Scale of a numeric data type
CREATE_INDEX VARCHAR2(3)   Create index flag of the OLAP attribute. Possible values:
  • YES: The attribute is represented in the AW as a relation.

    Setting CreateIndex="True" in the metadata guarantees that it will be represented in the AW as a relation.

  • NO: The attribute is not represented in the AW as a relation.

    Setting CreateIndex="False" in the metadata does not guarantee that it will be represented in the AW a a variable; the system will make that determination.