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Design Studio 1.5 Data Discovery and Visualization Template

I got error Message when trying to run this Application on the platform. . It's every time I try to use Data Discovery template.

"Error performing bookmark operation SetData With ID."

The ID is the selected Application.

Any idea why this happen.

I have tried different datasourses, but  the same messages appeaers. the Application won't start.

I Select Connection and a datasourse and then the error appear.

The last line is "Reason:Index 0,Size: 0

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  • Jun 03, 2015 at 11:49 AM

    Hi - it is working for me; what version of BI4.1 are you using?  I am using BI4.1 SP5 patch 3

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    Jun 03, 2015 at 09:16 PM

    I think some bookmarks were deleted in CMC, so I think it will help to reset this template without any bookmarks, but I dont know how to do this. This is in test system, and any ideas will be used if possible. I can delete all bookmarks, but I'm afraid that will corrupt it even more.

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    Jun 04, 2015 at 03:50 PM

    Hi!

    Could you please try and remove any unassigned datasources or assign a datasource to those unassigned datasources in your Design Studio dashboard before you save a bookmark.

    Unassigned datasources look like the below in the Design Studio client.

    Hope this helps!

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    • Hi Christian,

      If your list of bookmarks has been messed via CMC and if you are happy to 'reset' you could

      1. Delete the application on BIP

      2. Create a new app from the template with a different name on BIP

      This should start you over as the original set of bookmarks should have no connection with new application

      Regards,

      David