quarta-feira, 28 de dezembro de 2011 12:22
after the publishing of some workbooks, I need to refresh data inside them by clicking the Data ==> Refresh Selected Connection.
Do I need to configure a schedule for the data refresh? Or is this manual operation indipendent respect to the authomatic schedule?
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quarta-feira, 28 de dezembro de 2011 16:26
Hi!, in this place may be find answer your question.
or maybe you enable data refresh from the odbc connection.
but in this page you can too find a flowchart of Excel Service
quarta-feira, 28 de dezembro de 2011 17:55
Hi Emerson, thank for your reply.
Your first link refers to the authomatic data refresh and I want to know better the manual refresh inside an opened workbook.
The 2nd link refers to MOSS 2007 and not SharePoint 2010.
The 3rd link it isn't very clear.
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sexta-feira, 13 de janeiro de 2012 13:01
Hi Challen, thanks for your reply, but I need more information about how using the manual Data Refresh. In order to refresh manually a workbook, is it enough to publish the document and then click on Data --> Refresh All Connections?
I've tried to do it but with no effects. ?
sábado, 14 de janeiro de 2012 06:05Hi, I've also tried the solution in the blog
suggested me to Emerson but unsuccessfully.
I think that the voices Data ==> Refresh Selected Connection and Data ==> Refresh All Connections, visible after the opening of a workbook, are disabled when the workbook is published on SharePoint platform.