Internal error: Invalid enumeration value. Please call customer support! is not a valid value for this element.

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DustinRyan
DustinRyan said:
Yes. No. No. :)
8/22/2012
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Tomerdg
Tomerdg said:
Hi, I was able to fix this problem in a little easier way: The first error message is indeed uninformative to say the least. But the next 2 actually give u a good clue to the specific problem, although - not to what caused it. The 3rd message usually points to an XML file in the OLAP-DATA direcory in the OLAP-Server that holds the definition of one specific dimension or a cube in the MDDB. I found that deleting this file and redeploying solves the issue. If u wanna go a little more 'hard-core', take a look at the 2nd message. It says that it couldn't parse a specific element (or XML node) in that file. In my experience - usually, it's the StorageMode, like in your case. So, just open the XML file, and look for 'StorageMode' - u'll see that in that node, instead of a valid value, there's "Internal error: ... call customer support!...". I deleted this message and wrote MOLAP instead (the default storage-mode...) and then redeployed with no problem. I also saw a case where the second message was about the 'ProcessingMode' - in this case I edited it to 'Regular' - again, the default mode. Like you said, I never had to deal with this in a production environment, luckily. Obviously, the development is much more tolerant for such experiments... Hope this helps, Tomer
8/26/2012
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BradSchacht
BradSchacht said:
Thanks for the great explanation. I'm happy to hear that someone has a solution outside redeploying. Next time I run into this I will be sure to look up the XML file and try to fix it myself to get some screenshots up for others to reference as well. Thanks again Tomerdg!
8/26/2012
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user475406
user475406 said:
thanks.. this worked
11/14/2013
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