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Max_fore_level Is Set Right, But Engine Log Has Warning On 'Initparam.Max_fore_level' (Doc ID 1134119.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Demantra Demand Management - Version: 7.3.0 to - Release: 7.3.0 to 7.3.0
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 20-Dec-2011***


There are 6 forecast levels in the forecast tree. Max_fore_level is set to 5 However the customer gets the following message WARNING in the engine logs:

21:12:35:117 <PIT-SV-DMANDEV1-0> 21:12:35:117 WARNING 'InitParam.max_fore_level' parameter has incorrect value: 6. Value must be less than max(forecast_level) from forecast_tree table (6) Setting to 5

Customer has verified that the values for the following parameters are right as per initi_params_0 table:

select max(forecast_level) from forecast_tree;

select pname, value_float from init_params_0 where pname='max_fore_level';

select pname, value_float from init_params_0 where pname='top_level';

select pname, value_float from init_params_0 where pname='InfluenceRangeLevel';

They have also verified that the engine profile being used is Base;

Business Modeler--->Parameters--->system parameters--->engine

They also tried bouncing the server, but the WARN messages persists in the engine logs


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