Category Archives: Xcelsius

Publish GMap shapefile in InfoView

I have spend some hours today to figure out why I did see my GMaps shape file (located on the server, not client pc) in preview mode in Xcelsius, but exported to the BO Enterprise platform (InfoView) I did not … Continue reading

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Difference BICS connection Xcelsius 2008/2011 and BOE 4.0

Since Xcelsius 2008 SP2 it is possible to connect to a Bex-query through a BICS connection. You could publish your dashboard on the SAP portal (with at least Netweaver 7.01 SP5 installed). As the BOE 3.1 platform does not know … Continue reading

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Panel Set and embedded Xcelsius swf

As you may have noticed, the panel set does NOT support embedded swf created by Xcelsius. The common workaround is to use external URL link. However another workaround is to embed a JPG image (or swf not created by Xcelsius) … Continue reading

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Opendocument statement Explorer

The Open Document statement for Explorer BOXI 3.1 (former polestar) is: http://servername:port/polestar/index.jsp?application=explorer&documentId=documentid You can find the documentid via Query Builder (as this is not sown in InfoView) and the CUID (which is in the properties of the space located in … Continue reading

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Versions 2008

Xcelsius version: 5.1.3.0 => Xcelsius 2008 BuildVersion: 12.1.0.247 => service pack 1 BuildVersion: 12.1.1.344 => fix pack 1 BuildVersion: 12.1.2.439 => fix pack 2 BuildVersion: 12.1.3.495 => fix pack 3 Xcelsius version: 5.2.0.0 => Xcelsius 2008 BuildVersion: 12.2.0.608 => service … Continue reading

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Xcelsius chart versus Excel chart

Now I always hate it when someone comes with an Excel chart that I have to duplicate. Excel is THE manupulation tool a user can have, thus ofcourse the chart capabilities are endless. And as Xcelsius is based on Excel, … Continue reading

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