Server Element (ASSL)

 

Applies To: SQL Server 2016 Preview

Describes an instance of Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services.

  
<Server>  
   <!—These elements are common to each major object -->  
   <Name>...</Name>  
   <ID>...</ID>  
   <CreatedTimestamp>...</CreatedTimestamp>  
   <LastSchemaUpdate>...</LastSchemaUpdate>  
   <Description>...</Description>  
   <Annotations>...</Annotations>  
   <!-- server elements or properties -->  
   <ProductName>...</ProductName>  
   <Edition>...</Edition>  
   <EditionId>...</Edition>  
   <Version>...</Version>  
   <ServerMode>...</ServerMode>  
   <ProductLevel>...</Databases>  
   <Databases>...</Databases>  
   <Assemblies>...</Assemblies>  
   <Traces>...</Traces>  
   <Roles>...</Roles>  
   <ServerProperties>...</ServerProperties>  
</Server>  

CharacteristicDescription
Data type and lengthNone
Default valueNone
Cardinality1-1: Required element that occurs once and only once.
RelationshipElement
Parent elementsNone
Child elementsName, ID, CreatedTimestamp, LastSchemaUpdate, Description, Annotations, ProductName, Edition, EditionId, Version, ServerMode, ProductLevel, Databases, Assemblies, Traces, Roles, ServerProperties>

The Server element represents an instance of Analysis Services, and serves as the topmost node in the Analysis Services Scripting Language (ASSL) node hierarchy.

The corresponding element in the Analysis Management Objects (AMO) object model is Server.

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