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retrive data from xcelsius into excel workseet

Hello,

We are using the Xcelsius What-If scenario and want to save the data and use it in other programs. Is there a way to export it

to excel spreadsheet? We know the "Local scenario Button" and understand that we cant use it data in other computers\other programs than flash.

Please Advice,

Amir

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2013 at 06:23 PM

    You can create a web service to send the data out of Xcelsius and store it in a table. This solution requires coding.

    Another option is to download the Export Data addon from www.just-bi.nl (free) which allows you to export the data to either Excel or the clipboard. This does not require any coding, but can only be used in Dashboards.

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2013 at 07:41 AM

    Hi,

    I think you don't have a direct solution for exporting data from excel,

    You can try using the following add-on component ,in which supports both flex2

    and fllex 4 version ,which you can use the current data lively to excel and also to csv formats...

    http://www.visualbis.com/products/export-to-excel/

    Thanks & Regards

    Vignesh VL

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      Hi Vignesh,

      it is a direct solution, but will not work in the older versions of Xcelsius (which requires flex 2). However, the solution is for free and can be used with the version of Dashboards 4.0 SP3 or higher.

      Ivo

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