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Oracle® OLAP DML Reference
11g Release 2 (11.2)

Part Number E17122-05
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EDIT

The EDIT command displays an OLAP Worksheet Edit window. The command is available only when you are using OLAP Worksheet to access Oracle OLAP.

For information about using an OLAP Worksheet Edit window, see the OLAP Worksheet Help.

Syntax

EDIT {PROGRAM|MODEL|AGGMAP|FORMULA} object-name

Parameters

PROGRAM
MODEL
AGGMAP
FORMULA

Indicates whether the object to be edited is a program, a model, an aggmap, or a formula.

object-name

A text expression that specifies the name of an existing program, model, aggmap, or formula. Before editing one of these objects, use a DEFINE statement to create it in an analytic workspace.

Usage Notes

Editing a Newly Defined Aggmap to Code an Allocation Specification

When an aggmap is first defined it does not have any contents and its type is NA. When you use the EDIT command for an aggmap whose type has not yet been specified, OLAP Worksheet automatically makes the aggmap an aggregation specification by inserting an AGGMAP statement into the contents of the aggmap.

Consequently, when you plan to use an aggmap as an allocation specification, use the following statements to identify it as an allocation specification before the first time you open an OLAP Worksheet Edit window for it.

CONSIDER aggmap-name
     ALLOCMAP 'END'

Examples

Example 9-112 Editing a Program

The following statement, executed in the OLAP Worksheet, places the myprog program in an OLAP Worksheet EDIT window.

EDIT myprog

Example 9-113 Editing a Model

The following statement, executed in the OLAP Worksheet, places a model called myModel in an OLAP Worksheet Edit window.

EDIT MODEL myModel