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Creating custom function in BO 4.1

Has anyone had any success in creating custom function in BO 4.1 and deploying to Web Intelligence in Bi Launchpad.

I have created my .dll and .xml files, deployed it to my local WebiCalcPlugIn folder and tested them in Web Intelligence Rich Client.
It works perfectly !

I make sure its compiled in 64 bit and deploy it to my BO server. On restart of the server I get the following in the logs.

**ERROR:C3QEX_ExtDictXmlParser:EXTERNAL FUNCTION: (CATALOG->LIBRARY(SampleMath)): Impossible to find the external library: SampleMath [kqeExtDictXmlParser.cpp;171]

**ERROR:C3QEX_LibraryLaoder:Can't load external library : D:\bi4\SAP BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 4.0\win64_x64\WebiCalcPlugIn/\\SampleMath [kc3LibraryLaoder.cpp;70]


Maybe someone can help me with this.

Thanks

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3 Answers

  • Mar 11, 2016 at 09:39 AM

    Hello,

    Do custom function actually operate in Webi BI4 ? or not ?

    Thanks a lot for your help !

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  • May 18, 2016 at 05:33 PM

    Hi Antoine,

    Would you please enter a case to support?

    Thank you.

    Christian

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    May 19, 2016 at 05:48 AM

    Hi Antoine VROYLANDT,

    Did you register your .DLL file in BO Server?

    Thanks

    Murali

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    • Former Member Antoine VROYLANDT

      Hi Antoine,

      Please follow these below steps and check your luck.

      SOLUTION OF Regsvr32: DllRegisterServer entry point was not found,

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      1. Go to systemdrive(generally c:)\system32 and search file "Regsvr32.exe"

      2. Right click and click in properties and go to security tab and click in advanced button.

      3. Click in owner tab and click edit and select administrators and click ok.

      4. Click in permissions

      5. Click in change permissions.

      6. Choose administrators and click edit and put tick on full control and click ok.

      7. Similarly, choose SYSTEM and edit and put tick on full control and click ok and click in other dialog box which are opened.

      8. Now .dll files can be registered and error don't come.

      Thanks

      Murali