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I am running into this unique issue, until now in our appset via admin view I was able to setup security profiles, I am still able to add users and create teams but when I go to adding new "Member Access Profiles" I get the following message;

Microsoft .Net Framework

Unhandled error has occured in your application. If you click continue, the application will ignore the error and attempt to continue. If you click Quit.....

91: Object reference not set to an instance of the object

Bottom line I am not able to create any new member access profiles due to this. Any help will be appreciated.

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  • Posted on Jan 16, 2013 at 05:22 AM

    Hi Salman,

    Would you please refer to note 1553196?

    If you are using BPC NW7.5 SP >5, just maike sure that BPC Client, BPC .NET Server and BPC ABAP Addon component are at the same SP level.



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    • Hi Salman,

      Do you mean

      1. Your system landscape is composed of Sandbox -> QA -> Production and SP level is the same accross this landscape for all BPC components?

      2. Your Sandbox and QA shares one BPC .NET Server component? As far as I know, you could not install 2 instances of BPC .NET Server comonent in the same OS.Or just 2 BPC ABAP backend installed on the same server?

      My idea is that

      1. Adjust the configuration of your BPC .NET Server on QA to connect to ABAP Backend of Sandbox

      2. Using BPC Admin Client which connect to BPC .NET Server on QA and then choose the problematic appset in sandbox backend.

      If the issue remains, which means something wrong at ABAP backend, the most possiblilty is dirty data.

      If the issue could not be reproduce, please reinstall BPC .NET Server on sandbox.



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