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ActionType Enumeration

 

Applies To: SQL Server 2016 Preview

Defines the type of the Action property.

Namespace:   Microsoft.AnalysisServices
Assembly:  Microsoft.AnalysisServices (in Microsoft.AnalysisServices.dll)

[GuidAttribute("88E621E0-2F95-4eda-BBE8-550F24C76D30")]
public enum ActionType

Member nameDescription
CommandLine

Executes a command using CMD.exe.

Dataset

Executes a Multidimensional Expressions (MDX) statement.

DrillThrough

Executes a SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services (SSAS) MDX DrillThrough statement.

Html

Renders an HTML script in an Internet browser.

Proprietary

Executes an action for which the client application has custom, nongeneric knowledge of that action. Proprietary actions are not returned to the client application unless the client application explicitly asks for these by setting the appropriate restriction on the APPLICATION_NAME.

Report

Sends a URL statement to SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services (SSRS).

Rowset

Executes a Multidimensional Expressions (MDX) statement and results are to be presented as rowset.

Statement

Executes a statement that is understood by client application.

Url

Opens a URL string in an Internet browser.

New: 17 July 2006

Action is an abstract class. Classes derived from Action are DrillThroughAction, ReportAction, and StandardAction. The action types associated with each class are listed in the following table.

Class

Action Type

DrillThroughAction

DrillThrough

ReportAction

Report

StandardAction

CommandLine

Dataset

Html

Proprietary

Rowset

Statement

Url

Setting DrillThroughAction to a type other than DrillThrough generates an OperationException when the cube is updated. There is no compilation error for this mistake.

Setting ReportAction to a type other than Report generates an OperationException when the cube is updated. There is no compilation error for this mistake.

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