Object Element (XMLA)

Contains an object reference used by the parent element.

Syntax


<Alter> <!-- or any of the parent elements in the Element Relationships table -->  
...  
   <Object>  
      <!-- One or more object identifiers, depending on the parent element -->  
   </Object>  
...  
</Alter>  

Element Characteristics

Characteristic Description
Data type and length None
Default value None
Cardinality See the table below.
Ancestor or Parent Cardinality
Alter 0-1: Optional element that can occur once and only once.
All others 1-1: Required element that occurs once and only once.

Element Relationships

Relationship Element
Parent elements Alter, Backup, ClearCache, Delete, DesignAggregations, Lock, NotifyTableChange, Process, Subscribe, Synchronize
Child elements Required Analysis Services Scripting Language (ASSL) elements. Specified by listing the ID elements of the object and its ancestors (excluding the Server object.) For example, the following Object element identifies a partition:

<Object>

<DatabaseID>Adventure Works DW Multidimensional 2012</DatabaseID>

<CubeID>Adventure Works</CubeID>

<MeasureGroupID>Internet Sales</MeasureGroupID>

<PartitionID>Inernet_Sales_2001</PartitionID>

</Object>

Remarks

The order in which identifiers appear is not important.

For Alter elements, the instance of Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services is used as the default object if the Object element is not specified.

See Also

Properties (XMLA)