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I am using NAV 2015. I have created a report to import a report to import an excel file. while trying to import it shows an error
A call to Microsoft.Dynamics.Nav.OpenXml.spreadsheet.WorkbookReader.Open failed with this message.C:\Users\UserName\filename.xlsx
When i run the debugger and check the process it stops in the code XlWrkBkReader := XlWrkBkReader.Open(FileName); in table Excel buffer.
What may be the reason behind this can anyone specify. the excel version in the client and server is also same.
Problem happens client machine only , server machine working properly.
Check weather Excel application is installed in Client PC.Also check if any pop up appears while importing regarding excel then Allow.
check if XlWrkBkReader variable is set to runonclient=yes. if it's set to no, then the file has to be on the server, not on the client. in that case, before running that command copy the file from client to server with upload or cu file mgmt.
also check if the current user has file read access and the file is not locked.
also try with a different excel doc to check, if the first one is not corrupted.
Please refer below link.
Where is the file actually located? Does the user have enough rights to access that file? Can it open the file directly from that location?
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