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Error: Variabe OFPER could not be replaced

Hi all,

This is the error msg i'm getting when trying to run a std query. And when i'm closing the error window, the report is being displayed. What could be the reason? Any clue?

Thanks in Advance.

Mav

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2004 at 08:04 AM

    Do you have 0FISCVARNT as either constant in the cube or constant in the filter selections of the query? This is often an issue.

    Best regards

    Dirk

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      By the way do you mean OFPER with Oh;-) or 0FPER with a leading zero? For 0FPER you may want to check note 608119. This is a bit old one, but I don't know your system.

      Otherwise BW uses the following logic:

      • First attempt: Get fiscal year variant from controlling area *

      The system looks if there is a variable for CO area and takes the attribute of it.

      • Second attempt: Get fiscal year variant from company code *

      Same for company code

      • Third attempt: Get fiscal year variant from IM program hierarchy. *

      • Fourth attempt: Get fiscal year variant from project objects. *

      • Fifth attempt: Get fiscal year variant from asset CO area *

      • Sixth attempt: Get fiscal year variant from Oracle company *

      • Seventh attempt: Get fiscal year variant from Oracle company code *

      • 8th attempt: Get fiscal year variant from Oracle organization *

      Can you implement a filter on one of these?

      Best regards

      Dirk

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