Meta-data for a hierarchy level within a dimension within a DeepSee cube.
If true, the engine will treat the members of this level as numbers.
If defined, this is an MDX expression identifying another level within this cube that this level depends on, e.g., "[Outlet].[H1].[City]"
This causes the following changes to this cube.
- An additional index is created based on the "master" level's fact and this level's fact.
- When the set of members for this level is produced it is filtered using this index.
If true, this level is hidden. That is, it will not be listed among the cube's members within the various DeepSee utilities.
It can still be used within MDX queries and expressions.
Hierarchy that this level belongs to.
If true, then the value for this level contains a list of items. Each distinct item is treated as a member of this level.
By default the list consists of a $List of items. You can also use a character-delimited list by setting the
nullReplacementfor a list property is applied when the entire list is missing. Missing elements within a list are simply ignored.
Optional. If the
listattribute for this level is true, then setting this will cause the list to be interpreted as a character delimited value using this attribute as the delimiter character.
Optional. If defined, this is a comma-delimited list of the members that are to be displayed for this level in the given order.
This is deprecated in favor of the
Optional. Set of explicitly defined members for this level.
If defined, this is a list of the members that are to be displayed for this level in the given order.
Optional. If defined, this is used as the display value for any members of this level whose value is null (missing).
If not defined, then missing members will not be listed by queries.
This cannot be used for levels within time dimensions or for levels that contain a list of values (see
Set of properties defined for this level.
Optional. If defined, this contains a range expression that transforms incoming values according to a set of range conditions.
A range condition is a string containing one or more range conditions. Each condition has a test value and a replacement value of the form "test:replace;" A test value can contain a single value or a range. A range is enclosed with () (exclusive) or  (inclusive).
"(,0]:Below Normal;(0,100):Normal;[100,):Above Normal;" This cannot be used for levels within time dimensions or for levels that contain a list of values (see
Range expressions are applied before null value substitution.
Values that do not match any range condition are converted to null.
If specified, then use this property to define the default sort order for members of the current level.
The value can be "asc" for ascending order, "desc" for descending order, "asc numeric" for ascending numeric order, or "desc numeric" for descending numeric order.
For more precise control, you can specify sort order within the property definitions associated with this level.
If true (the default), then this level can be used a filter within a dashboard. If false, it is still visible to the Analyzer, but is not listed as a choice for a widget filter.
This has no effect on the operation of the cube.
If true, then use the display (external) value of the field (if applicable) in the source table when fetching data for this level.
This is only applied for levels that specify a
Override default validation to allow for additional time classes.