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

Part Number E17122-05
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PERMITREADERROR

The PERMITREADERROR option controls if an error is signaled on attempted read of a variable, valueset, formula, or relation for which read or write permission is denied by a PERMIT statement.

See Also:

"Startup Programs", PERMITERROR option, PERMIT command, and PERMITRESET command.

Data Type

BOOLEAN

Syntax

PERMITREADERROR = NO | YES

Parameters

NO

(Default) When the value ofPERMITREADERROR is YES, an error condition is not created on attempted access of a a variable, valueset, formula, or relation for which read or write permission is denied with a PERMIT statement. Values for which you do not have read permission are displayed as NAs. When you try to change a value for which you do not have write permission, the request is ignored.

YES

When PERMITERROR is YES , an error is signaled upon attempted to read a a variable, valueset, formula, or relation for which read or write permission is denied with a PERMIT statement. The error, which can be trapped, terminates the Oracle OLAP operation that initiated the illegal access.