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BEx Analyzer error

I am trying to create a query using BEx Analyzer, but when I execute the query the workbook just displays the name of the objects, which I had dragged and dropped to "Free Characteristics", "Column" and "Row" while creating the query.

And in the area where it is supposed to display the table it says "No Application Data Found"

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 06:37 AM

    this means no data in cube(multicube) on which the query is based.

    confim it by using LISTCUBE t-code and giving the same condition u have given in the query..

    u can check on the r/3 side also for confirming everything is correct in loading also

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    Posted on Dec 29, 2006 at 03:53 PM

    There is no data in the cube for the filter criterian you passed. Please check the infoprovider content and make sure there is data for the selections you gave while running the report. If there is data in the cube and if you have built the report on a multi provider, then check the identifications for characteristics and key figures.

    Hope this helps.

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    Posted on Dec 29, 2006 at 03:53 PM

    That means that the selection you made dosen't select anything from the cube; check you fata by doinf same selection on the cube with transaction LISTCUBE.

    Hope it helps.

    Regards

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      Did you build the report on a Multi provider? If yes, like I said above, check the identifications for the chars and keyfigures.

      If the report is based off the cube directly, then check the restrictions in the GLOBAL FILTERS section of the report (top right box in the query designer). Do a listcube on the cube and give the exact same selections that you gave for the report (including hardcoded restrictions like global filters). Hope this helps.

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