In Windows XP I was able to have users lauch a script that would run several calcs. I set up an "Executable" that they could click on and the program would be launched. The first thing it would look for is C:\Essbase\bin\esscmd.exe
We are now on Essbase 11 and Windows 7. I converted the script to MaxL.
But the users now don't seem to have all the files that they had in Essbase 7 to launch the scripts. i.e. there isn't a C:\Oracle\Middleware\EPMSystem11R1\products\ExcelAddin\bin\essmsh.exe on the users computers. The script itself is lauched through a network shared drive but it's looking for the essmsh on their machines..
Does anyone have any ideas what could be done to resolve this?
Thanks in advance.
If the essbase client (not the addin) has been installed then you should be able to run <MIDDLEWARE_HOME>\EPMSystem11R1\products\Essbase\EssbaseClient\bin\startMaxl.cmd
startMaxl.cmd sets the correct environment variables and then starts up a Maxl session.
you may need to install ESSBASE Client on user machine - it would also bring essmsh.
It would typically be \Hyperion\products\Essbase\EssbaseClient\bin (for 220.127.116.11) - could be different for 11.1.2.X