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mbach

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Tuesday, January 17th 2012, 8:09pm

Dear Forum,

I too have lost the Service Manager after installing Community Edition 3.2
Please list teh steps required to restore the service manager.

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tish1

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Wednesday, January 18th 2012, 8:20am

Hi.

Starting and stopping the Palo Molap Service via Windows Service Manager does the same thing. If you need a shortcut simply create a batch file ...

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Tuesday, February 21st 2012, 11:31am

Palo Community : Web Based OLAP Cubes

Hi,

I have installed Palo Suite and am looking to create cubes via the web interface. However I cannot see how this can be created. When I refer to the manual it provides the options for

1.File Manager
2.ETL Manager
3.Connections Manager
4.User Manager
5. OLAP Manager

When I download the suite I only get 1-4 and it looks like the OLAP Manager is what I need to build cubes. Am I missing something?


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Tuesday, February 21st 2012, 6:06pm

If you use the Palo Community Edition, you don't have the OLAP Manager component in Palo Web. The OLAP Manager in the Web is only provided in the Premium Edition (know called Jedox BI). You need to install eigher the Excel- or the Open Office Calc Plugin to create cubes and dimensions.

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Tuesday, February 21st 2012, 9:05pm

Tbank you , yes I already have Excel add-n.

Can I still publish reports to the web if created in Excel? (using Community Palo) i.e using File Manager

What would be really useful is a Palo Community manual rather than having to unpick what is and isn't available from the Premium manuals

afarkas

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Tuesday, August 7th 2012, 11:56pm

Documentation for Palo 3.2 CE

Hi! I'm new to Palo.

Is there any documentation specifically for the Palo 3.2 Commnity Edition? If so, where is it?

I could only for docs for the 3.2 Supported Release on the Jedox site, not the Community Edition.

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Thursday, August 9th 2012, 2:29pm

Hello community!

Does anybody know something about new CE update of Palo after 12 months from 3.2 release?

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Monday, September 24th 2012, 2:09pm

As ldivis points out it is now over a year since the last release of PALO CE

Can I please ask someone from Jedox to tell us whether there are any plans to release further versions.
Best wishes

John Hobson
The Planning Factory, Lytham, UK
www.planfact.co.uk

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Wednesday, October 10th 2012, 10:26am

Are there any news about a new CE-Version???

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Thursday, October 11th 2012, 10:59am

Hello,

Jedox 4.0 is released in September, in comparison to the previous releases I think a new release of the Palo Community Edition is imminent. :)

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Djordja Markovic

Interessant things:
Internal derby:
http://www.jedox.com/community/palo-foru…14338#post14338
Calculate your cube size:
http://www.jedox.com/community/palo-foru…14406#post14406

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Thursday, December 13th 2012, 2:30am

I have seen the Jedox 4 videos and would like to learn it -- obviously I am not a 30-day demo kind of guy. :) The free open source version is the only real option for me, other than using another FOSS tool set.

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Thursday, December 13th 2012, 3:24am

If you want to try out the product and think 30 days are not enough, then you can install Jedox 4.0 for 30 days - create your models etc , backup the work you have done. When the time expires then you can download the trial edition again and reinstall . Restore your work from backup.

Although I do think 30 days trial version is enough for evaluation.

Best regards,
Noel.

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Thursday, December 13th 2012, 4:02am

Thanks for your reply, Noel. If I were evaluating to purchase then it might be enough time, but I am interested in learning and tinkering with it using the community feature set. I want the bug fixes and any new features that might be enabled in Palo 4. Ideally learning Palo more or less is the same as learning Jedox -- clearly some tools are not in the Palo tool set. That is unfortunate but really not a problem for me. If I were implementing it for a client I would license the premium version. It is tough to get there if all you can access is an out-of-date version of the limited tool set.

To be clear then, what I really want is Palo 4, which is not available yet, and I would like it to have more of the features of the premium edition. There are always features that a community edition would never miss and that an enterprise could not do without. External authentication, automated reporting, parallel data loading, etc.

I like the way JPalo works -- premium features that time out after 30 days unless you provide a license file. Jedox could work the same way and then everyone downloads the same binaries. For those that want to examine source code or build it from scratch, they can access the Sourceforge repositories for the portions that are GNU licensed.

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Thursday, December 13th 2012, 4:28am

I send you a private message.

Hope it helps!

Best regards,
Noel.

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Thursday, December 13th 2012, 6:16am

Got it. Thanks Noel!

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Thursday, January 10th 2013, 3:39am

When? More than 1,5 years ago last open source

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Tuesday, January 15th 2013, 4:49pm

An updated CE edition would be fabulous and very much appreciated. I think that compatibility with Excel 2013 is going to be the really critical aspect.

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Thursday, February 7th 2013, 6:52am

What's about a CE-Update?

Hello,

is there a newly official announcement about the future of Palo CE and further updates or is the Communitiy Edition ended?

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Wednesday, February 20th 2013, 11:31am

No more Open Source Excel updates!

In future, only the OLAP Server is Open Source. There won't be any Open Source Updates from Jedox according to Palo for Excel, Palo Web and Palo ETL :(

http://www.jedox.com/en/about-jedox/news…nd-premium.html

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Wednesday, February 20th 2013, 3:37pm

In future, only the OLAP Server is Open Source. There won't be any Open Source Updates from Jedox according to Palo for Excel, Palo Web and Palo ETL :(

http://www.jedox.com/en/about-jedox/news…nd-premium.html
Bad news. CE version without web, ETL, user access control (new Base version) means real end of this very good open source solution. What a pity! :(

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