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Prompt in BeX query getting error

Hi All,

I am getting below error when I am creating prompt in BeX query. It working fime if I am using this query in Olap Analysis but in Webi I am getting below error. I am using BO 4.0

The DSL Service returned an error: java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException

at com.sap.ip.bi.bics.dataaccess.consumer.impl.selector.selection.SingleMember.getSingleMember(SingleMember.java:321)

at com.businessobjects.mds.olap.protocol.bics.internal.BICSQueryViewWrapper.cacheVariables(BICSQueryViewWrapper.java:418)

at com.businessobjects.mds.olap.protocol.bics.internal.BICSQueryViewWrapper.<init>(BICSQueryViewWrapper.java:124)

at com.businessobjects.mds.olap.protocol.bics.internal.BICSClientImpl.getCube(BICSClientImpl.java:1098)

at com.businessobjects.mds.olap.protocol.bics.internal.BICSClientImpl.getCube(BICSClientImpl.java:1067)

at com.businessobjects.dsl.services.workspace.impl.QueryViewAnalyzer.getQueryCube(QueryViewAnalyzer.java:309)

at com.businessobjects.dsl.services.workspace.impl.QueryViewAnalyzer.createOlapUniverse(QueryViewAnalyzer.java:281)

at com.businessobjects.dsl.services.workspace.impl.QueryV

Please help me out to solve this issue.

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    Posted on Sep 13, 2011 at 10:04 AM

    Hi,

    Can you please tell if there is any error number also?

    Also at what step the problem is coming.

    Are you getting same error from Webi Rich Client as well?

    Regards,

    Vivek

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      1) Check product availability matrix (PAM) if everything is on supported version.

      2) Upgrade to some latest patch of 4.0

      If this does not help then I would recommend, raise it directly to SAP Support team.

      Probably you can open connections to your BW system and engineer can directly check the query you are using.

      Thanks,

      Vivek

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