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IE 8 I see #ERROR with WEBI.

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     Webi Report working fine with IE9 and giving #ERROR in IE8.

All the Java patches are updated to 1.6.

System is BO 4.

This is on Windows XP machines.

ANy Idea.              

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Hi,

The error "#ERROR" can become from many causes . So :

1/ Could you please precise what is your exact BI4 version? Your reporting database as well as the drivers used?

2/ This "#ERROR" appears in cells where you use formulas or variables ? if this is the case , what is specific to these formulas or variables ?

3/ Are you facing this "#ERROR" for newely created webi reports or migrated ones from older versions of BO?

All these informations may help us to guess the source of your issue?

Thanks in advance for your clarifications.

Best Regards,

Ameni

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1/ Could you please precise what is your exact BI4 version? Your reporting database as well as the drivers used? =====BO 4.0 SP04 Patch 2.  Reporting Database: SAP BW 7.0 SP18. MDX universe are used underneath.   2/ This "#ERROR" appears in cells where you use formulas or variables ? if this is the case , what is specific to these formulas or variables ? ======== ToNumber function are used in cell. But no divided by zero. And we see #error in full column. Even report work fine on chrome and Mozilla.   3/ Are you facing this "#ERROR" for newely created webi reports or migrated ones from older versions of BO? ---------These are newly created document in webi.

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Seems to be  a bug to me if browser specfic.

You can raise a Support case and check out the Findings.

Try the compatibility  Mode of IE 8 

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What is the Formula that you are using??

Can you elaborate More where Exactly is it coming ??

Former Member
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Dear Kultar,

The formula is fine as its wokring fine in IE9 and Chrome and Mozzila.

Let me know if there is any clarification which i can offer ?

thanks,

Manu