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Create New Application Set Fails due to CubePermission

We are trying to create a new Application Set through the admin console modelled after an existing Application Set, not Apshell. On Step 2 of 2, records to copy, we have all boxes checked, including database records.

At the step where the OLAP database is created, we get an error message stating the following.

Error message:The BPCDVLP_Test Role role referenced by the CubePermission permission does not exist in the Apshell_CMG database.

The new app set is Apshell_CMG

The existing app set being copied is BPCDVLP_Test

Any ideas what might be wrong and how to correct this?

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    Posted on May 28, 2008 at 09:01 PM

    I would process all of the applications within the BPCDVLP_Test appset, since that is how the roles are created. Then, I would copy it again after successfully processing the apps within the Admin Console.

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2008 at 05:03 AM

    Have you tried using a different name for the new appset, that doesn't start with "ApShell"? That may be causing a conflict somewhere. Try CMGApShell.

    I've seen other undocumented reserved words that shouldnt' be used for applications & dimensions. Maybe this is similar? Just a guess.

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