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Office 2007 & CPM 4.2 SP3

Due to the nature of our current implementation we are not moving ahead with the upgrade to 5 until after the release of SQL 2008. That being said, is CPM 4.2 SP3 compatible with Office 2007?

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    Posted on Feb 18, 2008 at 04:16 PM

    It is not offically tested and certified on Office 2007. The 4.2 releases were out long before Office 2007 and development does not go back and test older releases for new OS & Office versions. That said, we do have people running it and I have not heard of any wide-spread issues.

    As far as SQL 2008, 5.x will not be supported in SQL 2008 just 2000 & 2005 as it is currently supported on. The first release to support SQL 2008 will be 7.0m which will support 2005 & 2008,

    The posting titled: Excel 2007 Support for versions prior to BPC 5.1

    Lists out the officially supported Office versions per the product release notes.

    Edited by: James Sharrett on Feb 18, 2008 11:19 AM

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  • Posted on Feb 20, 2008 at 01:19 PM

    4.2 SP3 is not working with Office 2007.

    EVDRE is not working

    EXEXP is not working

    Process menu are not working

    All these fiunctionalities are not working if you have office 2007 with CPM4.2 SP3

    Regards

    Sorin Radulescu

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