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BExAnalyzer.exe does not work anymore after upgrade to FEP 3

Dear all,

after installing FEP 3 I noticed the following behaviour:

If I try to run the new Bex Analzer from the Menue (Start -> Programs -> Business Explorer -> Analyzer) nothing happens at all. Neither Excel does start, nor the Analyzer plugin is loaded at all. A start from C:\Program Files\SAP\Buiness Explorer\BI\BExAnalyzer.exe) does as well not work.

But running the Excel macro directly from C:\Program Files\Common Files\SAP Shared\BW\BExAnalyzer.xla starts Excel and the plugin is working as expected.

So the question is: is it a bug or a feature?

Best regards,

Andreas

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 04:29 PM

    I would suggest you re-install it again, as it sounds like a bad installation on your local machine. This shouldn't be happening.

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 04:31 PM

    Trouble shoot it

    Troubleshoot the SAP NetWeaver 2004s BI Frontend Installation

    Hope it Helps

    Chetan

    @CP..

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      I checked all components of the installation and everything seems to be ok. The only thing that I fell over is the statement

      "Ensure that the BExAnalyzer Application has authority to create dll's in the user's temp folder"

      Do I really have to take care of this? How? (I already disabled the virus scanner, but the result is the same - it's not working)...

      Thanks,

      Andreas

      PS: Can someone tell me in more detail, what the BExAnalyzer.exe is trying to do?

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