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Problem Modify and optimize an application

We have problem using modify application and optimize application on a specific application.

The application name is GPFormat.

When we do a modify application and choose "Reassign SQL Index" we get the following errror message:

Error message:: Cannot drop the index 'dbo.tblFACTGPFormat.IX_tblFACTGPFormat', because it does not exist or you do not have permission.

And if we do an optimize application with "Full Optimize" and "Compress database" we get the following errror message:

Error message:There is already an object named 'CONSTTBLFACTGPFORMAT' in the database.

Could not create constraint. See previous errors.

We using BPC 5,1 SP5 and SQL2005

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2009 at 10:32 AM

    It seems a previous run of optimize with compress was failing.

    So you have to rename CONSTTBLFACTGPFORMAT table and make sure that installation user

    of SAP BPC has the correct access regarding table tblFactGPFFormat.

    Are you using custom indexes for this table?

    I suggest to drop the existing cluster index for table tblFactGPFormat and after you have to run another optimize with compress. This should fix all your problems.


    Sorin Radulescu

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