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Post-Upgrade, Some FSG Reports Error Out: Error for content referencing axis ..couldn't find axis (Doc ID 2887258.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 18, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle General Ledger - Version 12.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Financial Statement Generator (FSG)
Program - Publish FSG Report


After upgrading from 12.0 to 12.2 Application's version, when attempting to run some FSG reports on the upgraded instance, they show error in the log file. Both the text output option run and the Program - Publish FSG Report run show the issue.

The Rowset itself does not show this sequence at all in its definition (in this example, sequence 400.0000000000000). Basically the error is thrown by a row sequence that is no longer used in the report but it has been, probably, used in the past.

rgrgax.get_conts:  Error for content referencing axis              400.0000000000000 - couldn't find axis. 


Note this sequence can be any sequence of the Rowset's definition, 400.0000000000000 is just an example)


The same reports work fine on the pre-upgrade instance.

Other reports run with no error even on the upgraded instance.


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Post 12.2 upgrade: General Ledger Super User responsibility > Reports > Define > Report
2. Run an FSG report
3. See error for the concurrent program in the log file
4. General Ledger Super User responsibility > View > Requests > Submit a New Request > Run Program - Publish FSG Report
5. Observe the same error in the log file
6. View > Requests > Submit a new request > Run FSG - Row Set Detail Listing for the problematic Rowset
7. Verify its definition and note that the sequence reported in the error message is not even used in the Rowset



Upgraded from 12.0 to 12.2 Application's version. 


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