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Set Class

Represents an ordered collection of zero or more tuples.

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

[SuppressMessageAttribute("Microsoft.Naming", "CA1716:IdentifiersShouldNotMatchKeywords")] 
[SuppressMessageAttribute("Microsoft.Naming", "CA1710:IdentifiersShouldHaveCorrectSuffix")] 
public sealed class Set : IEnumerable, IDisposable
/** @attribute SuppressMessageAttribute("Microsoft.Naming", "CA1716:IdentifiersShouldNotMatchKeywords") */ 
/** @attribute SuppressMessageAttribute("Microsoft.Naming", "CA1710:IdentifiersShouldHaveCorrectSuffix") */ 
public final class Set implements IEnumerable, IDisposable
SuppressMessageAttribute("Microsoft.Naming", "CA1716:IdentifiersShouldNotMatchKeywords") 
SuppressMessageAttribute("Microsoft.Naming", "CA1710:IdentifiersShouldHaveCorrectSuffix") 
public final class Set implements IEnumerable, IDisposable

A set is an ordered collection of zero or more tuples. A set is most commonly used to define axes in a multidimensional query. Like tuples, sets also have dimensionality. Because a set is composed of tuples, the dimensionality of a set is expressed by the dimensionality of each tuple within it. Therefore, tuples within a set must have the same dimensionality.

In ADOMD.NET, the Set class encapsulates the basic information used to define a set. The Set class is used primarily to represent an axis within the Axes collection of a CellSet. The dimensionality of a set is represented by the Hierarchies collection within the Set class, which identifies the nesting order of hierarchies within a given axis for a CellSet.


System.Object
  Microsoft.AnalysisServices.AdomdServer.Set

Any public static (Shared in Microsoft Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.

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For a list of the supported platforms, see Hardware and Software Requirements for Installing SQL Server 2005.

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