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'CX_SY_CONVERSION_CODEPAGE' exception while processing dimension

Hi Friends,

WBS dimension has around 1 lac 10 thousand records..I want delele all data and process it. WBS has 5 properties and no hierarchy.

After i delete master data and try to process dimension, getting below error/exception message.

An exception of the type 'CX_SY_CONVERSION_CODEPAGE' occurred that was not caught anywhere along the call hierarchy. It was neither handled locally nor declared with a RAISING clause.


thanks,
kumar

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 11:11 AM

    Hi Kumar. Sometimes when you delete large amounts of master data, the system might throw all kinds of errors, this is due to the new master data deletion method and due to BPC not being able to set locks correctly (drives everyone mad).

    What I suggest you do. Go to SE38, run program UJA_REFRESH_DIM_CACHE to refresh the dimension members that are "in limbo", then try deleting few records and processing dimension.

    If still doesn't work, refresh again, add random property to your dimension (this will change the structure and remove all the locks) and try deleting a portion of master data again.

    See what happens.

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 10:20 AM

    Not sure version of BPC NW. 10.0? 7.5? If 7.5, please refer to note 1650255.

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