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The object at position 1 does not exist in the report. (IES 10006)

I am facing this issue while rounding off the values for particular column in Webi report.I have tried to write formula in single line as well as by using formula editor too, still facing same issue.If anyone ever experienced this issue please post the solution.

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Aditi

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    What formula ?
    Where/when exactly the error happens ?
    Version of the product used ?
    What is the content of the columns etc...

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    What formula ?

    It is very simple Actual value/1000

    Where/when exactly the error happens ?

    Whenever I am dividing actual by 1000

    Version of the product used ?

    SAP Business Objects BI Platform 4.2 Support Pack 5 Patch 3 Version: 14.2.5.2776

    What is the content of the columns ?

    Column contents measure like Actual value for cost center

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  • Posted on Feb 06, 2019 at 08:59 PM

    If you search knowledge base for error IES 10006 it finds several KBAs that appear to have an answer.

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  • Posted on Feb 07, 2019 at 09:54 AM

    it's seems defect in your version.check below sap notes.I would suggest to rasie a ticket with sap support team to invesitgate further.

    2642062 - Error "The object ‘[object name]’at position [no.] does not exist in the report. (IES 10006)" is displayed when creating a formula on top of measure that has description in more than one line in Web Intelligence HTML interface

    2751166 - Web Intelligence formula editor throws an error: The object '[Variables].[Query/VariableName]' at position 1 does not exist in the report. (IES 10006)

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