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LevelTypeEnum Enumeration

 

Represents the level type of a Level.

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

public enum LevelTypeEnum

Member nameDescription
Account

Indicates that a level exists within an account dimension.

All

Indicates the top (All) level of a dimension (the one that precalculates all the members of all lower levels).

BomResource

Indicates that a level is part of a bill of materials dimension.

Calculated

Indicates that a level is calculated.

Channel

Indicates that a level exists within a distribution channel dimension.

Company

Indicates that a level contains information about a company.

CurrencyDestination

Indicates that a level contains information about the resulting currency after a foreign exchange conversion.

CurrencySource

Indicates that a level contains information about the starting currency before a foreign exchange conversion.

Customer

Indicates that a level contains information about an individual customer.

CustomerGroup

Indicates that a level contains information about a customer group.

CustomerHousehold

Indicates that a level contains information about an entire household.

GeoCity

Indicates that a level refers to a city name.

GeoContinent

Indicates that a level refers to a continent name.

GeoCountry

Indicates that a level refers to a country or region name.

GeoCounty

Indicates that a level refers to a county name.

GeoPoint

Indicates that a level refers to a location type that does not fit into the other geographic categories.

GeoPostalCode

Indicates that a level refers to a postal code.

GeoRegion

Indicates that a level refers to a custom-defined region.

GeoStateOrProvince

Indicates that a level refers to a state or province name.

OrgUnit

Indicates that a level refers to the name of a unit within a larger organization.

Person

Indicates that a level refers to an individual within a larger organization.

Product

Indicates that a level refers to an individual product.

ProductGroup

Indicates that a level refers to a product group.

Promotion

Indicates that a level refers to a promotion.

Quantitative

Indicates that a level refers to a quantitative member within a quantitative dimension.

Regular

Indicates that the level is not related to time.

Representative

Indicates that a level refers to a sales representative.

Reserved1

Reserved for future use.

Scenario

Indicates that a level refers to a scenario.

Time

Indicates that the level is related to time.

TimeDays

Indicates that a level refers to days. It must be used in a dimension whose type is Time.

TimeHalfYears

Indicates that a level refers to half-years. It must be used in a dimension whose type is Time.

TimeHours

Indicates that a level refers to hours. It must be used in a dimension whose type is Time.

TimeMinutes

Indicates that a level refers to minutes. It must be used in a dimension whose type is Time.

TimeMonths

Indicates that a level refers to months. It must be used in a dimension whose type is Time.

TimeQuarters

Indicates that a level refers to (calendar) quarters. It must be used in a dimension whose type is Time.

TimeSeconds

Indicates that a level refers to seconds. It must be used in a dimension whose type is Time.

TimeUndefined

Indicates that a level refers to an indeterminate or nonstandard measurement of time. It must be used in a dimension whose type is Time.

TimeWeeks

Indicates that a level refers to weeks. It must be used in a dimension whose type is Time.

TimeYears

Indicates that a level refers to years. It must be used in a dimension whose type is Time.

Utility

Indicates that a level exists in a utility dimension.

The LevelType property of the Level exists primarily for transmitting formatting instructions to an application. For example, a Level with a LevelType property set to TimeDays might indicate to an application that the members of the level should be expressed in text format (that is, "Sunday", "Monday", or "Tuesday"). The value Regular can be used to signify a level that does not require any special formatting.

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