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The efficient way to repair broken EPM report

Hi experts,

I'm looking for the efficient way to repair broken EPM report.

In following cases, the relevant EPM reports are broken and I can't push "Edit report" (gray out) and lose connection to model...

i) In removing dimension from a model (ex. rename dimension ID, add & delete it)

ii) in removing member which is located on page axis of EPM report.

To avoid the situation, I make a point of taking following measures:

i) - clean up the dimension that I want to delete from axis of EPM report before remove it from relevant model

ii) - clean up the member from EPM report before removing it.

However these measures terribly bothered me if number of relevant EPM reports is too large... If these reports can connect to model or be able to "Edit report", the work will be more efficient.

Do you mind if you tell me a good idea?

Regards,

Masa

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2014 at 09:09 AM

    Hi Massayoshi,

    Try add the member back, change the member in your sheet to another member. then try delete the member again.

    Andy

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  • Posted on Sep 19, 2014 at 03:54 PM

    Hi Masa,

    Not very clear, can you provide some simple test case?

    With screenshot and some explanation!

    Vadim

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