Palo V3 now released

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Palo V3 now released

Post by John Hobson » Fri Apr 03, 2009 7:39 am

V3 was released at the beginning of this month.

I now have it running on my VPS and accessing the demo model over http it seems just as fast as if it were on my local PC. This opens up a few possibilities...
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Re: Palo V3 now released

Post by David Usherwood » Mon Apr 20, 2009 10:03 am

John, I've just tried to install Palo 3 from the download link from Jedox without success (2.5 was fine). Before I contact Jedox, do you have any suggestions? Environment is XP, XL2007 + 2003 (yes, I know, but it's turning up at clients and I need to get my head round it).

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Re: Palo V3 now released

Post by John Hobson » Mon Apr 20, 2009 10:11 am

David

Do you mean you can't download it or you can't install it?

I don't have any experience of XL 2007, but managed to install without problems on XP and XL 2003

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Re: Palo V3 now released

Post by Michel Zijlema » Mon Apr 20, 2009 11:17 am

Hi David,

Did you download the 3.0 Client/Server package? Did you uninstall PALO 2.5 before installing 3.0?
Please note that when you install the client/server package on a machine with 2 Excel versions it will automatically install the add-in to the latest Excel version (XL 2007 in your case). If you want to open the add-in in XL 2003 you need to load palo.xll manually (File->Open->etc.). Excel 2007 should work OK.

Michel

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