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SBO 2007 final release, any compatibility issue with Office?

Is SBO 2007 final? My client uses XLReporter a lot and I read some compatibility issue with Office 2007? Should my client stay with SBO 2005 -or- go ahead and upgrade to SBO 2007? I read in the forums, some are praising SBO2007 (the best SBO ever) and some said there is no major improvement on SBO2007?

Any suggestions?

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  • Posted on Oct 20, 2007 at 07:27 AM

    Hello,

    I suggest you to download or copy B1 platform from www.service.sap.com/smb. I have the latest version. I could send it to you if you need. Let me know.

    Rgd,

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    Posted on Oct 20, 2007 at 07:39 AM

    Tom,

    No doubt SBO 2007 is going to be the best release ever. One thing to consider before you make the decision to go with 2005 or 2007 would be the real purpose of the System.

    I believe, XL Reporter is just the reporting component of SBO. You should not base your whole decision just on this component alone. The use of Core SBO application has to weighed first. The SBO application is the main component and you should always consider presenting the best version of the Core Product.

    The little compatibility issues will always be resolved by an on coming Patch.

    My best wishes

    Suda

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