I am still gettingthe error message. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. We just have to manually go to the location &open the excel file. One Response to Export group name in SSRS 2008 to worksheet tab name in excel. 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 6bde 6ers 6th 7 70 71 72 73 http://meditationpc.com/frx-error/frx-error-91-exporting-to-excel.php
FRx launcher run-time error 9 subscript out of range. Please let me know if you are not able to access above link. So, just changing the name of the output file doesn't help us. Potential Causes 1. http://reese-consulting.com/frx-launcher-run-time-error-9-subscript-out-of-range/
Thanks Sandip 210.440.9855 Reply Debbie O'Conner Debbie O'Conner responded on 26 Mar 2010 9:57 AM The headers and footers should both be reviewed. Tags: FRx FRx Reporter W/GP10 Reply All Responses (5) Hossam Fathy Works For ..... Reply Industries Education Government Health Discrete Manufacturing Hospitality and travel Retail and consumer goods For customers Small and midsize businesses Enterprise Envision Microsoft Ignite Microsoft AppSource For partners Microsoft partner resources I suggest applying the latest service pack to resolve the issue.Service pack 9 is available for all general ledgers, and service pack 10 isbeing tested and released for all general ledgers
Any ideas on how to fix this? Reply Birdwell Birdwell responded on 14 Aug 2014 4:50 PM I had the same issue with Sage MAS 500 version of FRx and found that either removing the export to Excel I am able to export one unit in the tree succesfully, butif I try to export two units the Subscript out of range error occurs.--TerryPost by Rick Tenorio [MSFT]This was a Order 30 Strands Frx error 9 subscript out of range exporting to excel July 17, 2016, 12:23 See 12 of the top FRx tips, trick, techniques and shortcuts.
Jan Harrigan CPA says March 12, 2008 at 10:21 am I wouldn't hold my breath on this getting fixed any time soon. Tags: Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010: Forecaster and FRx FRx 6.7 error 9 when exporting to excel Reply All Responses (1) Only Answers BABU BASKARAN Works For BSB in LIMERICK, IRELAND @babubaskaran1 I am still gettingthe error message. https://community.dynamics.com/gp/f/32/t/178328 FRX ERROR 9 SUBSCRIPT OUT OF RANGE A client asked me if I can get a listing of report definitions out to excel so I contacted an MR colleague and here’s
It does not happen if I export the report after it is run and the tree pops up. I'm hacked off and I don't mind naming names. I have triedcompacting the System database and I tried creating a simple consolidatedtree with only two units that rollup to a summary unit. About Hey!
Occurs when rebuilding the GL Index. I am still gettingthe error message. A client asked me if I can get a listing of report definitions out to excel so I contacted an MR colleague and here’s what she came up with that works A Building Block is corru.
I have triedcompacting the System database and I tried creating a simple consolidatedtree with only two units that rollup to a summary unit. I’ve been consulting with FRx since 1995, and these are a few of the top tips and tricks I’ve run. I can view the transaction detail in the drill down viewer. this contact form You can check your FRx version by going to Help>About.
MORE © 2012 by Grace_16 Similar documents × Report this document Your name * Email * What is the issue? I’ve been consulting with FRx since 1995, and these are a few of the top tips and tricks I’ve run. 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 6bde 6ers 6th Background—back in the day, FRx was a famous midmarket report writer from a small agile company in Colorado.
Can anyone help me out. All other reports export with formulas fine. We are on FRx6.7 SP9.Is there anything we can do to correct this?Thanks 1 Reply 11 Views Switch to linear view Disable enhanced parsing Permalink to this page Thread Navigation VP Has anyone had any issues like this?
And what's difference between these 2 output options? I also have reports that export with formulas with same footer values. Take out the double underscore at the end of the row format2. says March 11, 2008 at 4:21 pm We have similar problems trying to export to Excel.
in United States LinkedIn Website Dave Winters responded on 21 Jun 2010 12:31 PM Searching again for remedies I saw this thread today. Set up a link to Excel to pull statistical data into FRx financials.. 9. This is bizarre.We are using a reporting tree. I'll see some FRx technical folks today and will ask.
Any ideas?Terry RWanalyst 2008-04-30 13:50:00 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Terry,I'm getting the same message... Check withyour FRx support provider for download information."Error 9 Subscript out of range" This error occurs when exporting a reportto Excel when the Subtotal on Segment option is selected on the Uncheck the Print Headings worksheet option4. Padma says July 12, 2010 at 12:58 pm I have the same problem.
If I do not export formulas, it worksfine, but if I try to export flrumla's I get the error message. Check withyour FRx support provider for download information.This bug fix address the following:"Error 9 Subscript out of range" This error occurs when exporting a reportto Excel when the Subtotal on Segment Geoff says January 19, 2010 at 5:59 pm Hi, I have a client with issues downloading into excel pivot tables from the Drilldown viewer. I am on service pack 11 and tried to use a directory without any spaces as well as a excel file without any spaces and still not working.
I had tried the compacting databases, altering trees and column and row formats. Your workaround is on the right track, because the problem occurs when there are spaces in the path to the .xls file. I suggest applying the latest service pack to resolve the issue.Service pack 9 is available for all general ledgers, and service pack 10 isbeing tested and released for all general ledgers The two are very much alike and much of the FRx content here also applies to MR.
One is on SP11, the other on SP12. I am still gettingthe error message. Create another catalog ID with no rounding. 3. There should not be any spaces in the path, either.
When they try to export to pivot tables they get a message that excel is not installed on drive D:\ and the export fails. Thanks Leslie says February 26, 2010 at 4:10 pm Sorry forgot to mention that when I view it in Drilldown viewer it has the columns there. microsoft.public.frx Discussion: Error when exporting to Excel from Drill down viewer (too old to reply) VP 2007-07-13 15:12:06 UTC PermalinkRaw Message When we export a report to Excel from Drill down