The $AGGREGATE_FORCECALC property specifies the same behavior as that specified by the FORCECALC keyword in an AGGREGATE function. By adding an $AGGREGATE_FORCECALC property to a variable you can ensure this behavior when the variable is aggregated using an AGGREGATE function — even when it is aggregated by an AGGREGATE function does not include the FORCECALC keyword.

The behavior specified by both the $AGGREGATE_FORCECALC property and the FORCECALC keyword is that when an AGGREGATE function aggregates the variable, Oracle OLAP recalculates any value that is not specified in a PRECOMPUTE clause of a RELATION (for aggregation) statement in the aggmap of a variable — even when there is a value stored in the desired cell. This is the desired behavior when you want users to be able to change detail data cells and see the changed values reflected in dynamically-computed aggregate cells.


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

  • To add the property, issue the following statement.


  • To delete the property, issue the following statement.