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EPM 10.0 SP26 Patch 1 Issues

Hello All,

I have recently installed the EPM 10.0 SP26 Patch 1 .NET Build 9599 on Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus and I am having a few issues

Creating a New report i.e. I cannot drag my dimensions on the Rows, Page, Axis OR Column Axis.

  1. I have a number of Menu's linked to EPMLink and they seem to not work i.e. say 0 and the sheets do not open. The Menu's areprotected however the moment I un protect the sheets I can click on the EPMLink and they work.

I have installed the Analysis 2.3 and I had the same issues with EPM 10.0 SP25

The OS is Windows 10 Pro and is part of the SOE Build with I have chose the SAP NW Classic option.

Anybody experiencing this issue ?


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    Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 07:49 AM

    Hi Afshin,

    Is your EPM Add-In installed correctly with Microsoft 365?? I have seen lots of threads on scn with similar problems for 365 though it is supported SP 18 onwards! What do you mean by Menu's??

    Check these threads....

    OFFICE 365 and EPM add-in | SCN

    Note 2047642 - How to check whether Office 365 is supported by EPM Add-in

    EPM 10 for SAP BPC 10 MS compatibility with Off... | SCN

    Installing EPM add-in on Microsoft Office 2013: Fix for Visual Basic For Application 2013 Or Later Needed Error.

    Hope this helps....



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    • "Does the cell containing the function EPMPATHLink locked? Are other functions working in protected sheet? Create a new report and use the function Pathlink there and then protect the sheet, does it still not work???"

      A few combinations have not worked and I am with SAP Support.

      "For the other issue I still feel the problem is with EPM compatibility!" I suspect this is relates to the we are moving HP Spectre x2 12-a002tu Detachable Touchscreen Notebooks which I think renders the zoom out of whack.

      Mind you the above works on a desktop but nothing from SAP to suggest that it should not work.

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