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2456367 - Inconsistency in the dictionary for the structure


While running a query and restricting a characteristic with hierarchy activated, you have the following DUMP:


Also, when you try to restrict the characteristic on Query Designer, the following screen appears with no message error. After that, a trace window appears:

QDEF.png  QDEF2.png

The trace file contains the following information:

Exception Name: NullReferenceException
Exception Message: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
Exception at com.sap.bi.et.selector.api.SelGetMetaData.FillHierNodeData(String iString, ISelHierarchy iHierarchy)
at com.sap.bi.et.selector.api.SelGetMetaData.LoadHierNodes(ISelInfoObject iInfoObject, ISelHierarchy iHierarchy, ISelSelectionConditions iSelectionConditions, Boolean iReturnData, Boolean iWithRestNodes)
at com.sap.bi.et.selector.BExSelectorDialog.SelUIToolSingleValuesController.GetNodes(SelUINodesReadParams pReadParams, DateTime pDate)
at com.sap.bi.et.selector.BExSelectorDialog.SelUIToolSingleValuesController.GetData(SelUIDataReadParams pDataReadParams)



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CL_ABAP_TYPEDESCR=============CP,     Inconsistency in the dictionary for the structure "/BI0/OTHIER_NODE", CL_ABAP_TYPEDESCR, There is an inconsisteny for the DDIC structure, corresponding Dictionary runtime object (NAMETAB) is incorrect, RSNTABCONSISTENCY, RSDDCHECK, DESCRIBE_BY_NAME, WRITEQUERY_NEU, CL_ABAP_TYPEDESCR=============CM002, DDIC_TYPE_INCONSISTENCY, SelGetMetaData, FillHierNodeData , KBA , BW-BEX-OT-OLAP-HIER , Using Hierarchies , BC-DWB-DIC-AC , Activation Prog., Conversion Prog., DB-Utility, MC, SPDD , How To

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