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mattb025 (TechnicalUser)
9 Apr 09 14:17
When trying to export historical reports to excel recieve the following error.

"CRAXDRT Error Occured on Server. -2147206427:TSLV Record Not Found."

I have looked at thread thread959-1198221: Symposium report export error.
The metabase is already set to over 1GB

Sympweb 4.5 trying to export to either Excel 2003 or Excel 2007

 
srtelengine (TechnicalUser)
9 Apr 09 15:02
The way I resolved that issue was to install office on the TM server.
mattb025 (TechnicalUser)
10 Apr 09 7:38
I am not opposed to putting Excel on TM.   But tell me how does putting excel on TM fix an issue that is running on Symposium web server, as they are seperate servers?
mattb025 (TechnicalUser)
14 Apr 09 9:30
I have tried installing Excel on the sympweb server.
No good.   Have uninstalled it since it is not supported on the server.
mattb025 (TechnicalUser)
16 Apr 09 9:12
Still waiting on Vendor.   

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