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When importing from one environment to another one, the loaded metadata which the data modules reference to is not found.
It gives you a warning when importing the deployment with the names of the Data source and Schema you need to load the metadata for.
Data Modules do not store all the metadata, this is different than a FM package.
The issue is that after deployment someone needs to manually reload metadata for all of the data sources. I am used to have deployments working if a datasource with the same name exists.
For example, think of a report against a FM package. If I deploy this from one environment into another one, I don't need to reload the metadata. I only need an existing datasource that has the same name.
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