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

Part Number E17122-05
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$STORETRIGGERVAL

The $STORETRIGGERVAL property specifies if, when a $NATRIGGER expression executes, Oracle OLAP replaces the NA values in the variable with the results of the expression.

Note:

Applications typically use the $VARCACHE property rather than the $STORETRIGGERVAL property since the functionality of the $STORETRIGGERVAL property is subsumed within the $VARCACHE property.

Syntax

You add or delete a $STORETRIGGERVAL property to the most recently defined or considered object (see DEFINE and CONSIDER commands) using a PROPERTY statement:

Parameters

value

A BOOLEAN expression that contains the value of the property.

Examples

Example 4-12 Storing an $NATRIGGER Property Value

The following statements cause Oracle OLAP to store the $NATRIGGER expression value in the NA cells of the v1 variable when Oracle OLAP evaluates the expression.

TRIGGERSTOREOK = yes
CONSIDER v1
PROPERTY '$STORETRIGGERVAL' yes