[Mondrian] ignoreInvalidMembers property

Tomas Di Domenico tomas at didomenico.com.ar
Thu Mar 18 15:36:07 EDT 2010

Done: [MONDRIAN-714]


Julian Hyde wrote:
> Eyeballing the code, looks like ignoreInvalidMembers is only used while
> resolving expressions (i.e. while validating calc members and sets during
> schema load). It should be used when resolving MemberGrants, but it is not.
> If a MemberGrant references a non-existent member, the MemberGrant is
> ignored. We should log the fact that it has been ignored. Some MemberGrants
> deny access, so a missing member would cause users to get MORE access than
> the schema designer intended. This would need a doc change.
> Please log a jira case.
> Julian
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: mondrian-bounces at pentaho.org 
>> [mailto:mondrian-bounces at pentaho.org] On Behalf Of Tomas Di Domenico
>> Sent: Wednesday, March 17, 2010 10:18 AM
>> To: mondrian at pentaho.org
>> Subject: [Mondrian] ignoreInvalidMembers property
>> Greets all.
>> I have some roles that have member level restrictions. Some of this 
>> members do not always exist, and I get an error when trying 
>> to execute 
>> my analysis view. I thought that the "ignoreInvalidMembers" and 
>> "ignoreInvalidMembersDuringQuery" properties would solve my problems.
>> To try this, I've taken a very simple schema with a role, and in this 
>> role I added a <MemberGrant> to a member that doesn't exist. 
>> Even when 
>> those properties are set to "true", I keep getting the "Member not 
>> found" error.
>> Are this options implemented? (I'm using Mondrian 3.1.6). Has anyone 
>> else used them before and could provide some insight as to 
>> how they work?
>> Thanks in advance.
>> Cheers!
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