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Reference characteristic is deleted (both aggregations agree)

Hi All,

I'm getting following error when I execute query.

Reference characteristic is deleted (both aggregations agree)

Message no. R7132

Diagnosis

The aggregation and the exception aggregation for ZMPUPMDB_CKF_001 are set the same.

Earlier the query was fine. But now it is giving error like this.

Where ZMPUPMDB_CKF_001 is CKF, uses exception aggregation : Summation on Resource Id object.


Error file is attached for your reference.

Requesting for your valuable input.

Regards,

Sachin D J

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  • Posted on Aug 18, 2015 at 09:32 AM

    Hi Sachin,

    Seems like some input values might be wrong or query might be modified..

    so please check your Calculated Key fig definition - ZMPUPMDB_CKF_001.

    try to see the objects(values) which are used in your CKF.

    Can you see the query properties last changed by?

    Seems like some one might be modified(deleted reference object) the query at prod directly. that may cause you.

    Can you try to run same query at Dev system.

    if it works without any issue then you can retransport dev system query to prod.

    Thanks

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    Posted on Aug 18, 2015 at 10:53 PM

    HI Sachin

    check the aggregation tab for the CKF and see for exception aggregation whether it is changed.

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