Jun
18

Breaking NEWS!!! Crystal Dashboard and Presentation Design (Xcelsius 2008) Fix Pack 3.2 (FP3.2) released!

Hi Everyone,

We are happy to announce the release of the Crystal Dashboard and Presentation Design (Xcelsius 2008) Fix Pack 3.2 (FP3.2) (See the official post by Matt Lloyd here)!! We were the first to announce its release on twitter yesterday and wanted to follow up with an official post. The Fix Pack must be applied to Crystal Dashboard and Presentation Design (Xcelsius 2008) SP3 (version: 5.3.0.0) or FP3.1. If you don’t already have it installed, please click here.

Download FP3.2 now by clicking here. Please be aware…there are two different versions available to download:

  1. The Xcelsius Present 2008 Fix Pack 3.2 patch is for Xcelsius 2008 SP3 Present only (note: this patch is not yet available).
  2. The Xcelsius Enterprise 2008 Fix Pack 3.2 patch is both for Xcelsius 2008 SP3 Engage and Enterprise.

After the FP 3.2 is applied, the version number should change to version: 5.3.2.0

The documentation is delayed, but will be available shortly from the SAP help portal. All your Crystal Dashboard and Presentation Design (Xcelsius) guides can be found by visiting the SAP BusinessObjects Solution Portfolio Knowledge Center. As soon as the documentation is available, we will know, so YOU will know as well!  STAY TUNED!!

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2 Responses to “Breaking NEWS!!! Crystal Dashboard and Presentation Design (Xcelsius 2008) Fix Pack 3.2 (FP3.2) released!”

  1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by The Xcelsius Gurus, Peter. Peter said: Breaking NEWS!!! Crystal Dashboard and Presentation Design …: Hi Everyone, We are happy to announce the release … http://bit.ly/9AOok8 [...]

  2. Ola says:

    Once again =INDIRECT() is .. Not supported.
    When will SAP/Xcelsius they ever understand the need to support =INDIRECT().
    There is no substitute for =INDIRECT(A1&”!A1″). A1:{“Sheet1″;”Sheet2″;…}
    No other funtion can to the same extent reduce the size and at the same time increse the speed of Excel.
    The second wish is to support Array formulas full out. However =SUMPRODUCT() can do alot.

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