Returns the generation number of the current member combination for
the specified dimension. This number represents the number of members separating
the current member from the top-most member of the dimension.
|dimName||Single dimension name specification. dimName must
be the name of the top-most member of the dimension. It cannot be another
member name from within the dimension.
- If the current member of the specified dimension is an implied
share member, the member generation returned is the same generation as the
stored member. For example, in Sample Basic, Inventory, a member of the Measures
dimension, is an implied share member:
Inventory Opening Inventory (+) Additions (~) Ending Inventory (~)
The generation value of Inventory is the same as the stored member under
it, Opening Inventory. For this example, Opening Inventory is at generation
3. When Inventory is the current member @CURGEN(Measures) returns generation
- For further discussion on levels, please refer to the Oracle Essbase Database Administrator’s Guide.
Given the following database structure:
Year Qtr1 Jan, Feb, Mar Qtr2 Apr, May, Jun Qtr3 Jul, Aug, Sep Qtr4 Oct, Nov, Dec
@CURGEN provides the following results for the members shown:
Formula Current Member Value Position = @CURGEN(Year); Year 1 Position = @CURGEN(Year); Qtr2 2 Position = @CURGEN(Year); Oct 3