Import Error

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Import Error

Hi All,

 

I am receiving an error 'Illegal Argument' while importing data from the saved view of the module to the same actual module within the same model.

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Please help me with the possible reasons.

 

Thanks in advance.

Sampriti Anand

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Occasional Contributor

Re: Import Error

@CommunityMember128096 has anything changed about this model? Did this model move to a new workspace or has anything been renamed?

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New Contributor

Re: Import Error

Yes, we have moved the model to a new workspace, but this is happening on the old as well the new workspace.
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Occasional Contributor

Re: Import Error

I've had this import error before when I was doing a model to model import with some fairly large modules. The only way I could get it to work is to manually map the line items I needed and then importing. By doing it this way I was able to get around the Illegal argument issue. That said, by no means is this a solution and I would contact Anaplan support as it's been a pending issue to be resolved for me as well. 

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Super Contributor

Re: Import Error

Hi @CommunityMember128096 

 

are you running import via anaplan connect/api or from model itself?

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New Contributor

Re: Import Error

From the model itself.
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Re: Import Error

@CommunityMember128096 ,

 

Two things to look at:

  • what formats of the data are you importing, numbers or No Data to clear, or list members?
  • Since you said this was on a new workspace, I would think about remapping the source 

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Re: Import Error

I am trying to import numbers.
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Re: Import Error

Hi @CommunityMember128096 

 

Just In case, I am able to import the data from the model-to-model from the saved view of the same module of any datatype. 

 

Some Possible ways to resolve the issues:

  • Ignore the error message and re-select the new source.
  • Recreate the import action and make sure to refresh it often once the importing is done, irrespective of this error.
  • Use Model Mapping(Model Setting -> Source Model).

This may not be a solution. I hope this helps in a small way.

 

Thanks

Nivetha K

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Re: Import Error

@CommunityMember128096 

I am curious. Why are you importing data from a saved you of a module back to the same module? what are you trying to accomplish?

Einas
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