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Demantra Engine Error - Matlab Exception Matrix Dimensions Must Agree (Doc ID 1369122.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Demantra Demand Management - Version 7.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 18-Oct-2013***

Symptoms


On : 7.3.0.2 version, Engine

After upgrading to Demantra 7.3.0.2 (Patch 11684673)
and then applying Engine Patch 12532069,
when attempting to run the engine
the following error occurs in the Engine Manager Log

ERROR
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ERROR Failed to execute : ProcUpliftPartition9. ExecuteHook threw Matlab exception: Matrix dimensions must agree.
ERROR Exception thrown in event handler. EventType: 2000:Promoforecast_COMPLETE

ERROR Failed to execute : ProcSetPromoForecastModelType. ExecuteHook threw an exception.
ERROR Exception thrown in event handler. EventType: 2000:Scan2b_ProcInit_COMPLETE

ERROR Schema (scan2b.xml) failed to execute correctly.



The following error occurs in the Engine Log

ERROR
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ERROR Exception thrown in event handler. EventType: 2000:Promoforecast_COMPLETE
ERROR Exception thrown in event handler. EventType: 2000:Complete_coeff{Bwint}_COMPLETE

ERROR Failed to execute : ProcSetPromoForecastModelType. ExecuteHook threw an exception.

ERROR Exception thrown in event handler. EventType: 2000:Promo_Empty_COMPLETE
ERROR Schema (scan2b.xml) failed to execute correctly.
forecast failed.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Demantra Engine Administrator
2. Run Engine

Cause

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