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Failed to Save Data

Recieving this error message when trying to enter data using an input schedule.

Framework message:

Error in Logic

SPRunConversion Version 10.0.8.0

Warning: Model without INTCO dimension

Warning: Model without Flow dimension

*Error*-FX180 No Datasrc to be converted

It looks like it's trying to run currency conversion stored procedure, however i do not want it to as I'm enterring the data in USD.

Further the data is saving despite the error message, but I'd like to get rid of it as it will confuse the larger user group. Please advise.

Thanks!

Kevin

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2013 at 08:33 AM

    Hi Kevin,

    could you please share your default.lgf logic.

    BR,
    Arnold

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2013 at 09:05 AM

    Hi Hanlo,

    yes it execute the sprunconversion.

    Check your default logic and comment the sprunconversion statement if you don't want currency conversion, but remember that it will affect all your send data.

    Regards

    Roberto

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2013 at 10:04 AM

    Hi Hanlo,

    when you are sending USD data, are you sending it to a datasource with IS_CONVERTED = Y or IS_CONVERTED = G?

    If you are sending to a datasource with IS_CONVERTED = G and you have a separate datasource for LC data with IS_CONVERTED = Y then you could add a few lines to your script to write a value of 1 to a dummy account on the IS_CONVERTED = Y datasource. In that case the conversion would have a value to convert and should not fail.

    BR,
    Arnold

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