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%DeepSee.Dashboard.PivotLevel

serial class %DeepSee.Dashboard.PivotLevel extends %Library.SerialObject, %XML.Adaptor

This class defines a level within a DeepSee saved pivot.
This is used to fill in the values of a pivotLevel within a DeepSee pivot table.

Property Inventory

Parameters

parameter NAMESPACE = http://www.intersystems.com/deepsee/library;
Inherited description: NAMESPACE specifies the XML namespace to be used when projecting the class to XML. if NAMESPACE - "", the default namespace is used for the XML schema is used as the namespace for his class.
parameter XMLIGNORENULL = 1;
Inherited description: XMLIGNORENULL allows the programmer to override the default XML handling of empty strings for properties of type %String. By default (XMLIGNORENULL = 0), empty strings in the XML input are stored as $c(0) and $c(0) is written to XML as an empty tag. A missing tag in the XML input is always stored as "" and "" is always output to XML as no tag.

If XMLIGNORENULL is set = 1, then both missing tags in the XML and empty strings are input as "", and both "" and $c(0) are output as empty tags (i.e. <tag></tag>).

If XMLIGNORENULL is set = "inputonly", then both missing tags in the XML and empty strings are input as "". Output of "" and $c(0) are for XMLIGNORENULL = 0: $c(0) is output as an empty tag (i.e. <tag></tag>) and "" is output as no tag.

If XMLIGNORENULL = "runtime" (runtime is not case sensitive), then the behavior of XMLIGNORENULL is determined by the format parameter of XMLExport, XMLImport and %XML.Reader.OpenFile. The default behavior for XMLIGNORENULL="runtime is the same as XMLIGNORENULL=0. Adding "ignorenull" to the format argument changes the behavior to that of XMLIGNORENULL=1. "ignorenull" shoud be separated by a comma from literal/encoded part of the format. Example values for format are "", ",ignorenull", "literal,ignorenull" and "encoded,ignorenull". Note that "inputonly" is equivalent to using ,ignorenull for XMLExport and not for %XML.Reader.
parameter XMLNAME = pivot;
Inherited description: This parameter provides the default XMLNAME for the class. If it is empty then the class name will be used to construct a default XML name. The default XMLNAME is used as the top level tag when exporting objects and the export context did not provide an XML container name.

Properties

property advanced as %ZEN.Datatype.boolean (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute") [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
If true, this is an advanced filter.
Property methods: advancedDisplayToLogical(), advancedGet(), advancedIsValid(), advancedLogicalToDisplay(), advancedLogicalToOdbc(), advancedLogicalToXSD(), advancedNormalize(), advancedSet(), advancedXSDToLogical()
property aggEnabled as %ZEN.Datatype.boolean (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute") [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
If true, apply the Aggregate function to this level.
Property methods: aggEnabledDisplayToLogical(), aggEnabledGet(), aggEnabledIsValid(), aggEnabledLogicalToDisplay(), aggEnabledLogicalToOdbc(), aggEnabledLogicalToXSD(), aggEnabledNormalize(), aggEnabledSet(), aggEnabledXSDToLogical()
property aggFunction as %ZEN.Datatype.string (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute");
Aggregate function.
Property methods: aggFunctionDisplayToLogical(), aggFunctionGet(), aggFunctionIsValid(), aggFunctionLogicalToDisplay(), aggFunctionLogicalToOdbc(), aggFunctionNormalize(), aggFunctionParmDisplayToLogical(), aggFunctionParmGet(), aggFunctionParmIsValid(), aggFunctionParmLogicalToDisplay(), aggFunctionParmLogicalToOdbc(), aggFunctionParmNormalize(), aggFunctionParmSet(), aggFunctionSet()
property aggFunctionParm as %ZEN.Datatype.string (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute");
Aggregate function parameter.
Property methods: aggFunctionParmDisplayToLogical(), aggFunctionParmGet(), aggFunctionParmIsValid(), aggFunctionParmLogicalToDisplay(), aggFunctionParmLogicalToOdbc(), aggFunctionParmNormalize(), aggFunctionParmSet()
property childLevels as list of PivotLevel (XMLELEMENTREF = 1, XMLPROJECTION = "ELEMENT");
Children of this level.
Property methods: childLevelsBuildValueArray(), childLevelsCollectionToDisplay(), childLevelsCollectionToOdbc(), childLevelsDisplayToCollection(), childLevelsGet(), childLevelsGetObject(), childLevelsGetObjectId(), childLevelsGetSwizzled(), childLevelsIsValid(), childLevelsOdbcToCollection(), childLevelsSet(), childLevelsSetObject(), childLevelsSetObjectId()
property drillLevel as %ZEN.Datatype.integer (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute") [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
Drill-level at which this level was defined.
Property methods: drillLevelDisplayToLogical(), drillLevelGet(), drillLevelIsValid(), drillLevelLogicalToDisplay(), drillLevelLogicalToOdbc(), drillLevelNormalize(), drillLevelSet()
property drilldownSpec as %ZEN.Datatype.string);
If defined, this is a ^-delimited list of MDX expressions to use when drilling (double-clicking) on a member defined by this level.
Property methods: drilldownSpecDisplayToLogical(), drilldownSpecGet(), drilldownSpecIsValid(), drilldownSpecLogicalToDisplay(), drilldownSpecLogicalToOdbc(), drilldownSpecNormalize(), drilldownSpecSet()
property enabled as %ZEN.Datatype.boolean (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute") [ InitialExpression = 1 ];
If true, this level is enabled. Only applies to filters at this time.
Property methods: enabledDisplayToLogical(), enabledGet(), enabledIsValid(), enabledLogicalToDisplay(), enabledLogicalToOdbc(), enabledLogicalToXSD(), enabledNormalize(), enabledSet(), enabledXSDToLogical()
property filterEnabled as %ZEN.Datatype.boolean (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute") [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
If true, apply the FILTER function to this level.
Property methods: filterEnabledDisplayToLogical(), filterEnabledGet(), filterEnabledIsValid(), filterEnabledLogicalToDisplay(), filterEnabledLogicalToOdbc(), filterEnabledLogicalToXSD(), filterEnabledNormalize(), filterEnabledSet(), filterEnabledXSDToLogical()
property filterExpression as %ZEN.Datatype.string);
Filter expression for FILTER function.
Property methods: filterExpressionDisplayToLogical(), filterExpressionGet(), filterExpressionIsValid(), filterExpressionLogicalToDisplay(), filterExpressionLogicalToOdbc(), filterExpressionNormalize(), filterExpressionSet()
property headCount as %ZEN.Datatype.integer (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute");
Count argument for HEAD function.
Property methods: headCountDisplayToLogical(), headCountGet(), headCountIsValid(), headCountLogicalToDisplay(), headCountLogicalToOdbc(), headCountNormalize(), headCountSet()
property headEnabled as %ZEN.Datatype.boolean (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute") [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
If true, apply the HEAD function to this level.
Property methods: headEnabledDisplayToLogical(), headEnabledGet(), headEnabledIsValid(), headEnabledLogicalToDisplay(), headEnabledLogicalToOdbc(), headEnabledLogicalToXSD(), headEnabledNormalize(), headEnabledSet(), headEnabledXSDToLogical()
property key as %ZEN.Datatype.string);
Key value of the current dimension level.
This can be a comma-delimited list of keys: "14,25"
Property methods: keyDisplayToLogical(), keyGet(), keyIsValid(), keyLogicalToDisplay(), keyLogicalToOdbc(), keyNormalize(), keySet()
property levelCaption as %ZEN.Datatype.string);
Optional caption to apply to this element.
Property methods: levelCaptionDisplayToLogical(), levelCaptionGet(), levelCaptionIsValid(), levelCaptionLogicalToDisplay(), levelCaptionLogicalToOdbc(), levelCaptionNormalize(), levelCaptionSet()
property levelFormat as %ZEN.Datatype.string (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute");
Optional format to apply to this element.
Property methods: levelFormatDisplayToLogical(), levelFormatGet(), levelFormatIsValid(), levelFormatLogicalToDisplay(), levelFormatLogicalToOdbc(), levelFormatNormalize(), levelFormatSet()
property levelHeaderStyle as %ZEN.Datatype.style (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute");
Optional style to apply to this element's header.
Property methods: levelHeaderStyleDisplayToLogical(), levelHeaderStyleGet(), levelHeaderStyleIsValid(), levelHeaderStyleLogicalToDisplay(), levelHeaderStyleLogicalToOdbc(), levelHeaderStyleNormalize(), levelHeaderStyleSet()
property levelStyle as %ZEN.Datatype.style (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute");
Optional style to apply to this element.
Property methods: levelStyleDisplayToLogical(), levelStyleGet(), levelStyleIsValid(), levelStyleLogicalToDisplay(), levelStyleLogicalToOdbc(), levelStyleNormalize(), levelStyleSet()
property levelSummary as %ZEN.Datatype.string (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute");
Optional summary to apply to this element.
Property methods: levelSummaryDisplayToLogical(), levelSummaryGet(), levelSummaryIsValid(), levelSummaryLogicalToDisplay(), levelSummaryLogicalToOdbc(), levelSummaryNormalize(), levelSummarySet()
property levelType as %ZEN.Datatype.string (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute");
Type of member to use for this element.
Property methods: levelTypeDisplayToLogical(), levelTypeGet(), levelTypeIsValid(), levelTypeLogicalToDisplay(), levelTypeLogicalToOdbc(), levelTypeNormalize(), levelTypeSet()
property orderDirection as %ZEN.Datatype.string (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute") [ InitialExpression = "BDESC" ];
Direction argument for ORDER function.
Property methods: orderDirectionDisplayToLogical(), orderDirectionGet(), orderDirectionIsValid(), orderDirectionLogicalToDisplay(), orderDirectionLogicalToOdbc(), orderDirectionNormalize(), orderDirectionSet()
property orderEnabled as %ZEN.Datatype.boolean (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute") [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
If true, apply the ORDER function to this level.
Property methods: orderEnabledDisplayToLogical(), orderEnabledGet(), orderEnabledIsValid(), orderEnabledLogicalToDisplay(), orderEnabledLogicalToOdbc(), orderEnabledLogicalToXSD(), orderEnabledNormalize(), orderEnabledSet(), orderEnabledXSDToLogical()
property orderExpression as %ZEN.Datatype.string);
Sort expression for ORDER function.
Property methods: orderExpressionDisplayToLogical(), orderExpressionGet(), orderExpressionIsValid(), orderExpressionLogicalToDisplay(), orderExpressionLogicalToOdbc(), orderExpressionNormalize(), orderExpressionSet()
property spec as %ZEN.Datatype.string);
This specifies the dimension level displayed for this level of the pivot table.
For example, "[Product]" or "[Time].[Year]"
Property methods: specDisplayToLogical(), specGet(), specIsValid(), specLogicalToDisplay(), specLogicalToOdbc(), specNormalize(), specSet()
property suppress8020 as %ZEN.Datatype.boolean (XMLPROJECTION = "attribute") [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
If true, apply the 80/20 suppression to this level.
Property methods: suppress8020DisplayToLogical(), suppress8020Get(), suppress8020IsValid(), suppress8020LogicalToDisplay(), suppress8020LogicalToOdbc(), suppress8020LogicalToXSD(), suppress8020Normalize(), suppress8020Set(), suppress8020XSDToLogical()
property text as %ZEN.Datatype.caption);
Optional display name for this level. This is the text displayed by the pivot table when a level is used a filter, for example.
Property methods: textDisplayToLogical(), textGet(), textIsValid(), textLogicalToDisplay(), textLogicalToOdbc(), textNormalize(), textSet()
property value as %ZEN.Datatype.string);
Name value of the current dimension level.
This can be a comma-delimited list of delimited values: "[2005],[2006]"
Property methods: valueDisplayToLogical(), valueGet(), valueIsValid(), valueLogicalToDisplay(), valueLogicalToOdbc(), valueNormalize(), valueSet()

Inherited Members

Inherited Methods

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