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Design-time query not available (WIS 00000) by using BW Query in WebI 4.1


when I create a new Report in WebI (4.1 SP1 Patch1) on a Bex Query (BW 7.3) with prompts, I get the following error.

Design-time query not available (WIS 00000)

How can I fix this issue?



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    Posted on Nov 14, 2013 at 09:24 PM

    Hi Andreas,

    Please apply below correction note in BW System and test the behavior:

    Note: 1798297 and 1817482

    In addition, as workaround you can add the below parameter in the Command line of APS which has DSL Bridge service.

    Hope this will help.



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  • Posted on Oct 16, 2013 at 01:39 PM


    can you tell from DSL_bridge + Webi Proc Server TraceLogs if this problem comes from BW ?

    You should also use RSTT in the bw backend, to get the comparison of the same workflow.



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    • hmm... what's this "YCIC" ?

      both these parts of that error message are searcheable for BW "ABEND RS_EXCEPTION (000)" and "The argument cannot be interpreted as a number" . something to do with transformation routines?

      IMO - One of you customers should take this to AGS Support as an incident message.

      Best of luck



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