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IP - Exception Error of type CX_SY_REF_IS_INITIAL

Has anyone encountered the following situation and if so how did you overcome it?

I am using BI-IP to run some planning scenarios. I have 2 workbooks which are set up in a similar fashion. In one of the workbooks I use a button to execute a copy function. It works perfectly fine. On the 2nd workbook though I have the same function/button setup and any time I execute the function I get the following error,

"An exception with the type CX_SY_REF_IS_INITIAL occurred, but was neither handled locally, nor declared in a RAISING clause"

and I get disconnected from the system. Other planning functions connected to buttons work just fine on this workbook so I don't think the workbook is corrupt.

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  • Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 05:53 PM

    Hi Randall.

    I think in your planning function , you have kept some infoobjects in (conditions or to be changed) as empty...means you are not supplying any value...Just check your planning function configuration in modeler again for the same.


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      I also faced this problem but in a different situation. I can explain you my issue. See if it is any way related ur issue. I am using BPS. In one planning function of type exit, i called one method which reads the planning folder name from where i am executing this planning function. This function works fine and gives me the folder name when i execute this function through folder. But when i execute this function through BPS0, i got this dump because at that time there is no planning folder active and the call method raises exactly the same execption.

      Check if your planning function is calling any of the methods like this.



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