Category Archives: Known Issues

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Release 3.6.8.219 – requires new vstor.exe!!!

The 3.6.8.219 release is checking for existense of this vstor.exe: Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office Second Edition Runtime (build 8.0.50727.940) (x86) Pls. install this vstor.exe before installing xls4oracle 3.6.8.219.

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ERROR: Unable to connect…

If you experience this pls verify all your tnsnames and if that does not work pls. verify your Oracle Client software. xls4oracle is using OO4O and can use Oracle Instant Client. Download proper oracle product and re-install the Oracle client. … Continue reading

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Release 3.6.5.215 – Open issues

when non apps connection (preprod/prod) and script load – need for ability to generate apps_initialize… is now checking for apps connection. when connection username is not APPS –  only script load is allowed. this enables resp. selection when loading to … Continue reading

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Installation issue

Just completed an installation. We got the COM-addin message “Not loaded” after installing: Install VSTOR Install xls4oracle We did a repair installation: Repair VSTOR Repair xls4oracle … everything is working.

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PLS-00123 – Program too large

When doing multi line loads, you can encounter the limit on the plsql script. If you encounter this, pls. try to reduce the script by removing text not part of the code. The system variable “mapping lset” should set to … Continue reading

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VBA code must exists on template

Issue on version 3.0.0.165: When creating a new template, a vba dummy code must exist otherwise nothing happens when pressing the tools buttons (SQL, Dataload and about). Work around: When you have created the new worksheet – press alt+F11 and … Continue reading

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