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BO4 - The action cannot be performed WIS 30650 when try open some WEBI docs

Get message BO4 - The action cannot be performed WIS 30650 when try open some WEBI docs.

Documents created brand new in BI 4.0 .

Some docs open fine.

Get message even when log in as Administrator.

Windows 2008 Server Oracle

Any idea what causes this.

Many Thanks

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  • Posted on Jan 17, 2012 at 12:46 PM


    this is almost certainly Note 1604932 - please check it for relevance. << BI 4.0 - Error "Load Driver Call : InitCube" when trying to open WebI documents in Patch2.7. Reports are corrupt after minor modifications. >>

    fix will be in Patch2.11 coming at end of this month.

    the key workflow is this:

    - Edit the Query

    - "Enable Query Stripping" in the Panel

    - Click "Apply Changes and Close" (Not "Run Query")

    - Go to Document properties, enable "Query Stripping"

    - Save the document to Repository resources

    - Open the file again from the Public folders

    -> corrupt

    to avoid this problem - Do u201CRun Queryu201D (after enabling the Query Stripping setting)



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    • Hi everybody

      I've just written a blog about "BO 4.0 FP3: get eFashion and other MS Access datasources working". Please read here:

      The summary of it:

      1. On a BO 4.0 FP3 server install MS Access 2010 Redistributable 64bit
      2. Create necessary 64bit ODBC connection
      3. Modify your universe connections to point to the Access2010 driver
      4. have fun with efashion ;-)

      The bad thing is: As BO 4.0 SP2 doesn't support Access 2010 I don't know a way how to make it work there...



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