Edit an existing database filter via MAXL command
SummaryEdit an existing database filter via MAXL command
I know already know how to create, alter and grant filters as described in the link below.
However, what this doesn't explain is how to edit an existing single filter access row within the filter (say from READ to WRITE), while leaving other filter rows untouched, and without having to recreate the entire filter.
In the Essbase console, one has ability to right click the database, Edit -> Filter ....and then be able to change only a single access row on a filter that contains many rows. I would like to be able to perform this activity via MAXL command. Does anyone know the code?