Support Excel Client and Report Builder in Office 2010

kjohns2

08-12-2010

Office 2010 has been out for a year.  Excel Client and Report Builder do not work in Office 2010 32 or 64 bit. 

 

Support Excel Client and Report Builder in both Office 2010 32 and 64 bit versions! 

 

Simple as that.

12 Comments (12 New)
12 Comments

kristian7

08-12-2010

The Omniture Report Builder tool is not supported on 64 bit OS

normcloutier8

14-12-2010

Can someone at Omniture-- or more users --  confirm this is the case? We are migrating all machines to 2010 in the coming weeks and need to know if this will be an issue. The downloads page just says 2002 "or higher"

andrews4

14-02-2011

need support in 64 bit!!  I rely on excel client for automation of most of my reports, and now I am hampered due to advanced technology! Please work in this fix 

andrews4

14-03-2011

should bunch this in with excel client support for 64bit support as well - I have to run two versions of excel for operability 2007 and 2010

jeff_terry

14-03-2011

I also have to run two versions of Excel to continue using Report Builder and Excel Client.  Please fix....

Matt_Freestone

Employee

29-03-2011

ReportBuilder is currently compatible with the 32-bit version of Excel 2010 on both 32-bit Windows and 64-bit Windows.  We are reviewing how to make ReportBuilder compatible with the 64-bit version of Excel (which of course will only run on the 64-bit version of Windows.)

Matt_Freestone

Employee

29-03-2011

roy_verkuijlen

03-05-2011

I need 64-bit support to for Excel 2010. ExcelClient is no longer available on my new 64-bit computer. This is unacceptable for a company such as Adobe Omniture. 

ottog85683

02-01-2012

Excel Client does work in Excel 2010 32-bit under Windows 7 64-bit, but the "simple" interface for report publishing is broken. You get the confirmation box "Successfully scheduled report", but no report is scheduled. The workaround is to click the link to open the advanced scheduling window. Then it works, but it is necessary to log in again each time the advanced window is opened.

 

This could also have to do with Internet Explorer 9, though. Or possibly antivirus software (deletion of authentication cookeis), but we have used the same one for a number of years, so I doubt that.

Matt_Freestone

Employee

17-02-2012