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Brain 107 error - when workbooks are saved to a file server and refreshed

Hi,

A range of workbooks were saved to a file server and when there refreshed they produce an error BRAIN 107, however saving these within roles and refreshes them is ok. There are a lot of workbooks on the fileserver so recreating them would take too long.

I tried searching around for any information regarding this error BRAIN 107 but can't find out anything.

Can anyone please help.

Thanks,

Alan.

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2006 at 07:46 AM

    Alan,

    check the port log on the file server to see if any SAP logon was attempted and refused..

    Also check if the same workbook is locally saved , the error appears .... it could be mostly due to establishing the RFC connection for the workbook...

    Arun

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    • Former Member Arun Varadarajan

      Hi,

      In a case where the same workbook is saved locally and on the application server and this error happens, what is the decisive factor? Meaning why does this happen for some workbooks and not for others? Is it a question of size, number of queries, other?

      Do embedded excel functionalities and update links also interfere?

      Many thanks in advance,

      Fabrice.

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