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Erased BPC Cube from BW, still apears in BPC Admin

Hello Experts,

I am having Time out Problems in BPC.When I create and Dimension or an Environment, or I do a change, I am getting Error 500. The issue is that this Time out error seems that is creating versions of the model in BW.

I erased the modesl directly from BW, but when I go to the BPC Admin they seem like they still existe. I went also to TCode UJFS and I see that the components from the deleted model still exist.

When I go to the Admin and I try to delet again the model I get a Time Out error. I also tried the program UJA_REFRESH_DIM_CACHE. Didn't updated the Admin and still see the model.

How do I delete it or how do I fix this error??

Best Regards.

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    Posted on Aug 19, 2016 at 09:52 PM

    "I erased the modesl directly from BW" - absolutely bad idea! The model references are located in a lot of BPC tables! You have a corrupted system...

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  • Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 08:55 AM

    Hi Sebastien,

    You don't need to reinstall the whole bpc. What you need is to clean the "dirt" entries from the bpc tables.

    If you're not going to use the environment (appset) anymore, just run the following programs:

    - UJS_ACTIVATE_CONTENT (Clean the environment flag on)


    Now, if you wish to clear the entries only from the model you deleted manually, you would need to create an abap code enhancing the logic within class CL_UJAA_CLEAN_DELETED_APPSET, method: REMOVE_APPLICATIONS

    This method performs a series of tasks to clean the model like deleting BI stuff, app folders, app parameters and whole series of BPC table entries .


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