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Old 06-26-2015, 07:24 AM
wprudi wprudi is offline
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Default CMS Supervisor Excel Export

I work in Process Improvement and I was handed Avaya and asked to see what I could do with it. I am quite familiar with VBA and I have working code for what my needs are, but I have one issue.

Whether I run the report manually or if I run my macro, anytime I save the file with a .xlsx extension it pops up as corrupted when I try to open it in Excel. If I save it as .xls I can at least get it to open and repair, but this pretty much puts a large kink into automation.

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Running Avaya CMS Supervisor 16.3
Excel 2010
Windows 7
Trying to run daily Login/Logout (Skill) reports

I have tried googling and searched through the forum, but haven't found anybody else with this problem. Please let me know if you need more information or if I need to post this in a different forum!
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Old 06-28-2015, 10:47 PM
shaikht shaikht is offline
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I tested with latest supervisor and found same when data was exported in xlsx format.

Supervisor reports are normally saved in html format and do not give option to save it in excel. I guess that's the reason it is not handling it.

At this point, either data need to exported in xls format or else good to have SR with Avaya support to look further into it.

I hope it helps.
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