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Error 34.007 occurred in the BWA server

Hi scn,

After migrating from BW 7.0 to 7.3, a particular query isn't working longer. These are the error messages:

Error reading the data of InfoProvider Z_CM05$X

Error 34.007 occurred in the BWA server

Could not instantiate calculation model.;Attribute z_mdprt__0pur_group_sid not found at node Z_CM05

Parallel processing of query 1 resulted in the following messages:

Parallel processing of query 2 resulted in the following messages:

Errors occurred during parallel processing of query 1, RC: 3

Error while reading data; navigation is possible

This query is based on a huge cube (Purchase Requisition) and is made of few filters, but it's worked fine until the BW upgrade.

I've executed RSRV tests on the cube, but no error was found.

Do you know if there was any special configuration to be made on BWA server related to 7.3 version?

Cheers.

Tiago.

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2012 at 02:38 AM

    Hi Tiago, I would try to execute same query without BWA to isolate an error. Either query got broken during upgrade or something wrong with BWA.

    Therefore set in TA RSRT for no usage of BWA; regenarete the query and run it. If query problem maybe you need to re-save/re-transport it. If it is BWA issue may be you need to rebuild BWA index for that cube...

    m./

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    • Hi Martin,

      Thanks for your prompt reply.

      As you said, the problem in fact has been related to the query.

      It has been solved by changing the following parameter:

      RSRT - Properties - Operations in BWA

      from 3. Standard to 2. Individual Access per Infoprovider (as in Release 7.0)

      Regards,

      Tiago.

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