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Problem with the Folder for Documents XSL?

Problem with the Folder for Documents XSL?

Problem with the Folder for Documents XSL?

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I try to create a folder for my documents XSL in the Server Machine of Intelligence Server, and it only  allows make a Documents in MSTR Desktop of the Server Machive. When i try to make a document in my local Desktop, this fail.

How can i create a folder, that allow me to create documents from mi Local Desktop.???

Thanks....

RE: Problem with the Folder for Documents XSL?

This is probably because of the incorrect path to the XSL folder. You should check the support web site for some technote on that. "Project definition /advanced " stores the XSL path. MicroStrategy relies on network/OS folder structure to store the XSLs. Maybe these XSLs should be stored as metadata object BLOBs. Log an enhancement request with support so they may change it later.

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