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    Jedox Excel Add-In

    thezinfan - - Palo for Excel

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    Start menu>>Palo>>Palo settings. You can set for manual or auto start.

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    Permission problems

    thezinfan - - Palo for Excel

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    Hi, I'm the noob from this thread Help the Palo noooob!!! Changing security for users We have some Palo spreadsheets doing our sales calculations. Data is housed on a Windows Palo server. We are running CE 3.2. I now have the administrative credentials so i can access the user manager on the Palo server. The problem I'm trying to solve is that no one can splash a cell (i think that is the correct term) with a zero value. If I look at the connection to the server using the Palo Wizard in the mode…

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    I've noticed there are a ton of views and no replies. If there is a concern that I'm trying to break in to a Palo install that i shouldn't be, I'll be glad to go through whatever identification verification process you'd like

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    Hi everyone, Hoping someone can help....this is one of those "hey I got a Palo server/excel sheets dumped in my lap" posts. ZERO DOCUMENTATION. And i have no previous experience with Palo admin (I've fixed a few formula problems, and re-arranged the way some elements roll up.) I've been asked to solve the problem where users can't enter 0.00 into cells. I researched that and it's a permissioning issue. Users need the DELETE right. But here's where it gets interesting, I also don't have the DELET…

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    DATAC function

    thezinfan - - Palo for Excel

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    Thanks!

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    DATAC function

    thezinfan - - Palo for Excel

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    Hi, Using PALO 3.2 for Excel. We have cells that have a DATAC formula such as =PALO.DATAC("designimports/sales","forecasting", H3,"forecast"). The way the end users have been told to work with the cell is to input their actual sales number in to the cell. Isn't the DATAC function a READ operation. It seems like they are using it to "inject" a value in to the cube? Does that seem correct? When they enter the number, the formula is not erased. Thank you Larry V