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Problem with Deleted info objects - Repair option URGENT

hello all,

I have a query based on an info cube. There are some info objects that have been deleted from the cube. Usually when we open the query it should ask us for a repair option, but in this case, its not asking for a repair option. So when i try to run the query, it doesnt run and gives error message that info objects deleted from Info provider use repair option. But there is no tab or any information where to use this repair option. Can any one comment on this ?

thanks

Laura.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 03:39 PM

    Hi Laura.

    Doesn't the repair option appear when you open the query with the query designer?

    Hope it helps.

    BR

    Stefan

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      Hi Laura.

      I thought that you had executed the query. 😉

      You could try to open the query from transaction RSRT1 and see if the repair option appears or if you can see anything in the messages or log tab.

      Otherwise can't you just remove the chars/KF from the query that are not present in the cube anymore manually?

      Hope it helps.

      BR

      Stefan

  • Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 03:58 PM

    Hi laura,

    Did you try RSRT?

    Jaya

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 06:04 PM

    I had to manually replaee all the objects of the query. thanks for your help guys.

    Laura.

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