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

Part Number E17122-05
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COMPILEWARN

The COMPILEWARN option controls whether Oracle OLAP records a warning message in the current outfile when a compilable object, such as a program or a model, is being compiled automatically. (When you use the COMPILE command to explicitly compile an object, Oracle OLAP does not display the COMPILEWARN message.)

A compilable object is automatically compiled in the following cases:

Data Type

BOOLEAN

Syntax

COMPILEWARN = {YES|NO}

Parameters

YES

Oracle OLAP records a message warning you that a compilable object is being compiled automatically. The message explains why the compilation was necessary.

NO

(Default) Oracle OLAP does not record a message warning you that an object is being compiled automatically.

Examples

Example 5-12 Specifying That You Want Compiler Warnings

When COMPILEWARN is set to YES, when you run the do_report program just after editing it, Oracle OLAP places the following message in your current outfile before the do_report output.

DO_REPORT is being automatically compiled.