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Where to put AntiXssLibrary.dll file after installation of BPC Server

Hi Experts,

In the installation of BPC, that is after the installation of BPC Servers there comes another step "Installing the Anti-Cross Site Scripting Library"....The document tells us to download "AntiXssLibraryV1.5Installer.msi" and run the setup. Once it gets done the final step says "Copy AntiXssLibrary.dll to %BPC_PROGRAM%\Websrvr\Web\bin on both the BPC Application server and the BPC Web server." I can't understand where i should paste the file on Application Server and I could paste it in "C:\BPC\WebSvr\Web\Bin" what is the other location I should put the file.

I am installing BPC on single server...Please help me out...


Sudhakar Kuricheti

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    Nov 03, 2008 at 02:41 PM


    Please use the follow link

    to download an installation kit for Microsoft Anti-Cross Site Scripting Library.

    In this way you will not have any more the problem where to put a dll and what you have to do with it.

    This program should be used into application server it is not necessary to put it into db server.

    If you have problem regarding unzip of dimensions then you have to check if you have into client side into C:\Program Files\BPC the dll xceedzip.dll and you have to check if this was correct register. (using regsvr32).

    I hope this help to understand what is that dll and what you have to do to complete the installation of SAP BPC server.


    Sorin Radulescu

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    • Former Member Former Member


      It is true for versions 5 and up - I am not sure about version 4.

      Make sure you are using correct AntiXss library for each version - that is spesified in BPC installation documentation.



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    Sep 02, 2008 at 02:23 AM

    Hi Sudhakar,

    Yes, you are on the right track.

    What is your problem then ?


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  • Mar 11, 2010 at 09:11 PM

    I have moved this thread to the BPC MS forum. Notice the sticky [note|; at the top of the FPM - General (PCM, FC, Other) Forum whereby we announced new dedicated forums for BPC which are the proper place to post your questions regarding BPC in the future.

    [Jeffrey Holdeman|]

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