Oct
15

Documentation Available for Xcelsius 2008 Fix Pack 3.3 (FP3.3) with support for Windows 7

We are following up to our post earlier this week with documentation for Crystal Dashboard and Presentation Design (Xcelsius 2008 with support for Windows 7) Fix Pack 3.3 (FP3.3). There are two different documents available:

  1. SAP BusinessObjects Xcelsius 2008 Fix Pack 3.3 (FP3.3) What’s Fixed
  2. SAP BusinessObjects Xcelsius 2008 Fix Pack 3.3 (FP3.3) Release Notes

We look forward to receiving feedback on this new Fix Pack.  Have a great weekend!

Soo Tang Yuk is the ‘Xcelsius Gurus Network” community manager and evangelist. To find out more about her, please visit the About Us page.

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3 Responses to “Documentation Available for Xcelsius 2008 Fix Pack 3.3 (FP3.3) with support for Windows 7”

  1. [...] You can download the fix pack from the SAP Service Marketplace (S-ID required).  The folks at Everything Xcelsius have kindly posted the What’s Fixed and Release Notes documents.  Also check out the SAP Community Network blogs for Ryan Goodman’s Top Xcelsius 2008 SP3 [...]

  2. FreshBrandon says:

    After I installed this fix pack / hot fix, Xcelsius was crashing either on launch or when I tried to open the Add-On Manager (to install my beloved GMaps).

    Xavier Hacking did a good write up on it here:

    http://www.hackingsap.com/blog/xcelsius-2008-fix-pack-3-3-windows-7-support-available

    When installing SP3.3 (Hot Fix 3) on Windows 7 (and apparently Vista), you need to take a few special (and dare I say elusive) actions.

    1) Right click setup.exe and select “run as administrator”
    2) When it finishes installing, it will tell you “This program may not have installed correctly.” At this point, you must choose “Reinstall using recommended settings”.
    3) When this completes, right click on Xcelsius 2008, and in the “Privilege” tab under “Compatibility” select “Run this program as an administrator”.
    4) Then, it will ask you if you “Do you allow this program to make changes to your computer.” Select “Yes”. Apparently, this happens every time you open Xcelsius. BUZZ KILL!

    Then you should be set to go.

  3. Mico Yuk says:

    Thanks Brandon!

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