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Dynamic datasources for Xcelsius

Hi,

Coming from SAP business warehouse, I'm starting to learn about the BO tools. Last week I had an overview course on business objects IDD products, including Xcelsius. I think the course covered an older version of Xcelsius (XI r2). What is not completely clear to me, is how the data in the model can be dynamically updated. In the course examples, the data was stored in a static Excel sheet. For data changes, the model needed to be imported again. This is suitable for static visualizations, but not for dashboarding.

Do you know if it is also possible to directly connect to a dynamic data source (like a table in a datawarehouse)? What possibility's are there in the latest version? Is there a web page with help on this topic?

Kind regards,

Daniel

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    Posted on Aug 10, 2008 at 08:43 PM

    there is no any option to connect directly from Xcelsius to Database tables

    but there is some connection layers you can use

    please find this

    xcelsius-dashboard-for-oracle-10g-tables

    and this may help too

    xcelsius-rss-feeds

    good luck

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      I am pretty new to Excelsius too, but I am looking for exact the same function.

      e.g. to upate my swf file, created in Excelsius 5.0.0.99 automatically, when I update a cell in excel?

      Are there tutorials How to do that?

      Can you give me a push in the right direction?

      Many thanks!

      Regards, Edwin.

      Edited by: Edwin Wortel on Nov 12, 2008 4:48 PM

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