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It could be the essbase substitution variable does not exist for the planning app or the essbase database can not be contacted or exist.1 person found this helpful
Hi John, when you mean to say the database does not exist, do you mean that the database is blank. I will definitely try to load data and try it again to see if it works. However, in case it is the issue with not being able to contact the database, what would be your suggestion?
like John suggested, do this first check if the variable exists, and that it applies to the applications and databases for the calc script/business rule
linked to your form. You should do this before doing anything with the data.
The possible cause is that this variable might not be deployed (the same thing which john is saying)
Which version of EMPA workspace you are using?
How did you create this Substitution Variable? through Calculation Manager (if yes then right click on the variable and select deploy)