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Incremental Updates to Cubes

Incremental Updates to Cubes

Incremental Updates to Cubes


I have 1 fact table (called BalSheet) in which, I have put a one character field called 'UploadStatus'. Whenever I add records to the fact table, I set the value of this field as 'I' to denote new records. My Cube name is 'Balance Sheet'. Now when i wish to upload Incrementally update the data, I say

"BalSheet"."UploadStatus" = 'I' and press the finish button, it comes up with following error messages when processing the cube :

OLAP Server Error : File error (during Open operation) 'Access is denied'

Error ( 207) : Internal Error (Server initializing Partition '~BALANCE SHEET_update' (final))

Error ( 207) : Internal Error (Unexpected internal error (Partition '~BALANCE SHEET_update'))

Rolling Back transaction in database 'SCBDW'

then, it rolls back the transaction.

Can anyone help

To solve the problem, i selected the PROCESS cube option which worked. However, this is not a solution to the problem. Could you help?


[Harry Singh]

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