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

Part Number E17122-05
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COMPILEMESSAGE

You use the COMPILEMESSAGE option to specify whether you want Oracle OLAP to send to the current outfile non-irrecoverable error messages during execution of the COMPILE command. Non-irrecoverable error messages are those indicating errors that do not prevent a program from compiling.

See also:

For more information about compiling objects, see COMPILE.

Data Type

BOOLEAN

Syntax

COMPILEMESSAGE = {YES|NO}

Parameters

YES

(Default) Indicates that Oracle OLAP should record non-irrecoverable error messages during execution of the COMPILE command.

NO

Indicates that Oracle OLAP should suppress non-irrecoverable error messages during execution of the COMPILE command.

Examples

Example 5-11 Suppressing Error Messages During Compilation

The following statement specifies that Oracle OLAP should suppress non-irrecoverable error messages during execution of the COMPILE command.

COMPILEMESSAGE = NO