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Data not loaded to PAS

Hi,

I have entered the data and then clicked 'Load PAS Model'. No error messages after the LOAD is complete, but unable to see the data for these KPIs in the scoreccard. When checked the trace file wfmde_update_IBPORISK.trc, has the following message:

File custom_IBPORISK.pro Not Found

It was working somedays back, no clue why this message all of a sudden. Any idea why this is happening ?

SSM Version: 7.0 SP 7 HF3

Thanks

Praveen

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2010 at 03:03 PM

    Hi Praveen,

    You will find that message in every data load, unless you are actually using a custom procedure. The application always calls a custom procedure with a predefined name. In case you want to automatically perform some data transformation tasks after the data loading is complete, you can create a file with that name and enter the your PAS procedures there.

    The file name should be custom_PASMODEL.pro

    As I mentioned, in case you do not use such a file, it will not impact in any way the data load. Anyway, that message will appear.

    You should check in the trace file for other errors .

    Best regards!

    Ricardo Vieira

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