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Is Connection Server invoked when refreshing or scheduling a Lumira Document?

Hi,

We recently went live with SAP Lumira and seeing a lot of failures when refreshing or scheduling a Lumira document

We see the below error message on when both the refresh and the schedules fails

"DataSet Refresh has failed"

Current Workaround we have found is to restart the Connection Services (both 32bit and 64bit) after which we are not seeing this issue

It would be great to know if anyone else faced similar type of issue and what did they do to resolve the issue

FYI we are on BI 4.1 SP06 Patch 5 and Lumira v 1.31

Note: This happening with all Data Sources

Regards,

Swapnil Hoderkar

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    Feb 08, 2017 at 10:42 PM

    Hi, We have a similar issue. We can no longer schedule a refresh of Lumira documents on the server. The error is DataSet refresh has failed, but seems to be directly related to the fact that the refresh is attempting to use the ConnectionServer32, instead of the ConnectionServer (64 bit) for some reason. The tracelog error is:

    DBDriver failed to load : C:\Program Files (x86)\SAP BusinessObjects\SAP BusinessObjects Enterprise XI6 4.0\dataAccess\connectionServer\drivers\lib32\dbd_oci.dll (%1 is not a valid Win32 application.

    This is from the ConnectionServer32 trace file. If I stop the 32 bit ConnectionServers then the refresh works fine. I would rather keep these running though, but as yet cannot find a way to get the scheduled refresh to succeed.

    Would love to hear if anyone has a similiar scenario. We are 4.1 SP6. This just started occurring recently, not related to any SP or patch updates either.

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    • Former Member

      Hi Daniel,

      Did you manage to get any further with this error? I am experiencing the same and cannot quite work out what's causing it and how to resolve it.

      TIA

      Matt

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