"Cost Explorer Query Failure" alert in CPM 3.0

"Cost Explorer Query Failure" alert in CPM 3.0

After upgrading to CPM 3.0, you may see an Alert in the console which says "Cost Explorer Query Failure". 

If you view the Alert, you will see an AccessDeniedException:

The cause of this alert is due to the CPM role permissions not being updated with the latest JSON files.  You can download the latest files from the link at the bottom of this document:


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