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source path doesn't match path where Webi is actually looking

Hi Everyone, I've run into a problem that may be a bug in 4.1, or it could be an error in the way that we're running our BO reports.

Currently, we are using SharePoint 2010 to house several excel documents that we reference in the BO webi. This has worked pretty well, but we've just come across an error that we can't figure out at all.

The source path on a data connection shows the SharePoint. It shows the SharePoint in the query properties source path. But when I try to define the query by clicking edit settings just beneath that, it says file not found "T:\ClientAdmin"... which is clearly mapped on another partner's computer, but not mine. Why is BO looking at a T:\ drive as opposed to the SharePoint that it says it's looking at on the source path?

When I remap it to the SharePoint, it works perfectly, so I don't think there's some sort of path mapped out in the document there. We've started to have this problem across several clients' reports.

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  • If you don’t have the access of location then how you can build the report?

  • Former Member AMIT KUMAR

    I can't build the report, I got looped in when they were getting stale data. They were getting stale data form the folder that was mapped from their drive, not from the source path that the BO file was saying it was being directed.

    We actually maybe just figured something out with this. So in our testing to try and figure out why this could have happened, we were able to do something truly bizarre. If you store the Webi file in SharePoint, multiple users are able to open it at once. Both me and my coworker were able to open our "test" file at the same time. I would guess that could lead to all kinds of corruptions. Do you think that this could help explain how this happened?

  • Hi Michael,

    Please place your queries in separate question.

    Regards,

    Amit

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