Updated: March 10, 2016
Assembly: Microsoft.AnalysisServices.AdomdClient (in Microsoft.AnalysisServices.AdomdClient.dll)
Gets the number of Member objects in the collection.
Gets a value indicating whether access to the collection is synchronized (thread safe).
Gets the specified Member from the collection by its index. In C#, this property is the indexer for the class.
Gets the specified Member from the collection by its name. In C#, this property is the indexer for the class.
Gets an object that can be used to synchronize access to the collection.
Copies the elements of the collection to the specified array.
Returns the specified Member from the collection by its name.
Gets an Enumerator for iterating through the collection.
Although the Member objects, the collection is internally loaded and managed in one of two ways, depending on the parent of the collection:externally represents a collection of
If the parent object was referenced as a result of a query, as in the case of a Tuple, the collection represents the members referenced by that query.
If the parent object was referenced as a result of a request for metadata, the collection represents the members referenced by the definition of the parent object.
The following subroutine, given a Level, iterates through the and displays information for each member.
Public Overloads Sub ListMembers(ByRef LevelToCheck As Level) ' Check the parameter before performing actions on it. If LevelToCheck Is Nothing Then Throw New System.ArgumentNullException("LevelToCheck") Else ' Iterate through the Members collection of the ' Level object. Try Dim memberToCheck As Member Debug.WriteLine("Found " & LevelToCheck.GetMembers().Count& _ " member(s) in level:") For Each memberToCheck In LevelToCheck.GetMembers() Debug.WriteLine("Member: " & memberToCheck.Name) Debug.WriteLine(" Caption: " & _ memberToCheck.Caption) Debug.WriteLine(" UniqueName: " & _ memberToCheck.UniqueName) ' Note that the Children property loads a collection ' of Member objects on demand and ' therefore, slows performance when first ' referenced--you should instead use the ' ChildCount property. Debug.WriteLine(" No. of children: " & _ memberToCheck.ChildCount) Next Catch ex As AdomdConnectionException ' The connection could not be opened or was disconnected. ' This error can occur at any time, if the provider is ' disconnected from the server. Debug.WriteLine(ex) Throw ex Catch ex As AdomdErrorResponseException ' A response is received from a provider which indicates an error. Debug.WriteLine(ex) Throw ex Catch ex As AdomdUnknownResponseException ' A response has been returned from the provider that ' was not understood. Debug.WriteLine(ex) Throw ex Catch ex As AdomdCacheExpiredException ' A cached version of an ADOMD.NET object is no longer valid. ' This error is typically raised when reviewing metadata. Debug.WriteLine(ex) Throw ex Catch ex As AdomdException ' Any other error raised by ADOMD.NET. Debug.WriteLine(ex) Throw ex Catch ex As Exception ' Any other error. Debug.WriteLine(ex) Throw ex End Try End If End Sub
Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.