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Linking to AS 2005 SP2 with Excel, Menus not displaying

Linking to AS 2005 SP2 with Excel, Menus not displaying

Linking to AS 2005 SP2 with Excel, Menus not displaying


We have an AS 2005 server with SP2 installed.  A client is trying to use Pivot Tables with the OLAP cube, however, I guess the "Value Filters" are not displaying for them.

According to the following two websites:



A.S. with SP2 installed should allow these filters; alas, it appears this is not the case.

Has anyone run into this scenario before, or know what we might be doing wrong?  (Or, is this simply a bug that has yet to be worked out?)

I should note that Excel apparently does not have a problem with this when interacting with Excel spreadsheets or MS Access databases...only Analysis Services w/ SP2.



  -Ovatvvon          licking face

RE: Linking to AS 2005 SP2 with Excel, Menus not displaying



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