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Hello All,

We are running Cognos PRoBI  7.3 on a windows 2003 server.

We have a scheduled task that kicks off a ProBI script to rebuild the cubes everynight at 2:00am.  This has worked for years until this pas Saturday.
I get the following error when ProBi attmempts to transform the data from its TXT files into cubes.

Error 440:AutoExe: trCube(CreateFile):(TR0102) The process or action was cancelled at your request. occured.

Can anyone point me in a direction to try and fix this?

Thanks!
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"Check to ensure you did not have anti-virus software enabled."
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That was my post asking the question.   Antivirus is installed and always has been unless an antivirus update back in March changed how it viewed the ProBI application?

Should I add the ProBi folders to the antivirus ignore list?

Thanks!
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Antivirus has always been installed but a recent update must have changed the configuration enough to through the PROBI rebuild into a tizzy.
Adding the PROBI folders to the exceptions list cured the issue.
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