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Incosistencies where found when checking multiprovider

Hi,

after upgrading BW from 3.x to 7.31, I'm getting this error when trying to execute a query.

Inconsistencies where found when checking MultiProvider ODS_C01

Program error in class SAPMSSY1 method: UNCAUGHT_EXCEPTION

This error occurs from analyzer and from RSRT.

The infoprovider is an ODS, not a Multiprovider. I don't understand why message talk about infoprovider.

No missing compunding characteristics are found in ODS.

RSRV check are OK.

REport RSCOMPCONS doesn't show any problema (it's normal, because ODS is not a multiprovider).

Does anybody has any idea?

Regards.

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2014 at 01:34 PM

    Hi have you tried to reactivate your DSO?

    Regards

    Christophe

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      Yes, it was the first thing I tried.
      Everything correct.

      I have found that there is a RRI defined between a multiprovider and my ODS. Checking this multiprovider I get message "no inconsistencies" and a log with "inconsistencies found".

      I don't find an explanation because it is contradictory. I have checked all infoobjects, assignments, and sources for multiprovider and I can't see any error. Also I can actívate it, still a log with inconsistencies appear but another message with "no inconsistencies found" is also shown.

      Also I have marked flag to avoid checking relationship as error, but problem still arises.

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2014 at 01:42 PM

    Ok have your tried to open the query with Bex query designer to check what's wrong?

    Regards

    Christophe

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