Report generated an error (333) on Ad Hoc Analysis

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16-04-2018

Hi, I got an error (333) when I try to get 140 segments by 4 days data.

What does error (333) mean? And how to resolve an error and get a such a big data?

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I checked with our engineering team, and error 333 is related to the number of metrics involved in a report. To resolve this, you will want to limit the number of items you're using; for example, find ways to combine the segments and limit the number of simultaneous metrics the ad hoc report is running.

Data Warehouse is a tool that is much better equipped to handle requests with large numbers of metrics and breakdowns. I would recommend considering using that tool if you're not able to get what you need from Ad Hoc Analysis.

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