What this "6046: There is an error in processing your request" means? Why I am getting this?

Hello,

I have created a dashboard which contains charts. In that chart i have given the Interactivity which connects to the another report by passing the selected chart area value to the prompt of the connected report as the input. When I ran this in my local machine it was running succesfully. But when i ran this in iHub i am getting "6046: There is an error in processing your request" error. Could anyone please tell me
1) Why i am getting this error?
2) What this error means?
3) Where we have to check for the iHub error log?

I have got struck in the middle because i am having no idea about this error. Thanks in advance.

Thanks and Regards,
Sai

Thanks & Regards,
Sai

Answers

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    Can you help answer this question?

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    Hello David,

    I didnt get this point - "The General forum is for non-product questions. Please be sure to post your product-specific questions to the proper product forum." Could you please tell me the Product forum.

    Thanks,
    Sai

    Thanks & Regards,
    Sai
  • Hello, Sai,

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    David Sciuto

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