Hi Wayne, there is lots of documentation (knowledgebase.jedox.com/ or jedox.com/en/services/downloads). Regarding your question, invalid coordinates means that you do not adress the cube cells correctly. Maybe there is one dimension missing in the PALO.DATAC()-formula or there is an element missing you are trying to adress (e.g. there is no 2016 element in Time-Dimension). Nevertheless you should better open a new thread if you want to get answers. It was only a coincidence I saw your posing on your wall. Regards, Peer
Hello: Can you please advise as to how I can add a new thread or perhaps point me toward a guide for new Jedox User Forum participants. Thanks, Wayne Ludman.
We use Palo to mine an SQL database in Sage Accpac 500 ERP V5.6a accounting software. The Excel sheet returns data for 2015 and prior years just fine. However, under the 2016 column, it returns a #Value error in each Excel cell. When I right click on the cell, the Paso Error indicates an Invalid Coordinate. I’m new to Palo (first day working with it). Can someone please advise as to wheat is required to fix the problem and resolve the #Value errors. Also, is there Palo user document (pdf preferred) that I can obtain to facilitate learning Palo? Thanks, Wayne Ludman