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Here is a list of Voyager related blog posts:

Why are my calculations wrong?
Are your Voyager calculations showing the wrong values? It could be a solve order problem. This article explains what solve order is, how Voyager uses it and how to fix problems with solve orders.

Understand the Matrix (of OLAP support in Business Objects products)
It has always been a non-trivial exercise to understand which OLAP data sources are supported in which Business Objects products on which operating system. Here is a handy summary.

An introduction to Voyager logging
When a problem with a piece of software occurs the first diagnostic step is often to enable logging and examine the output. This article gives a brief overview of the various types of logging that are available in Voyager.

Voyager, multi-tabbed browsers, http sessions, Ctrl N, errors, crashes and hangs
Voyager uses session scoped JSF Managed Beans. Understanding how this works is key to avoiding certain errors and, if you are not on the right patch level, crashes and hangs in the MDAS server.

Using Voyager's auto save feature
Voyager has an auto save feature that prevents work being lost if a session timeout occurs. This article explains how the auto save feature works, how to configure when the auto save occurs and how to disable it.

Extracting Voyager MDX queries
Sometimes it necessary to extract the MDX Voyager is executing so you can examine it and execute it in another tool. This article explains how to do that when the OLAP data source is Microsoft Analysis Services.

Understanding formatted values in Voyager
Understand the difference between 'formatted' and 'actual' OLAP cell values, how Voyager handles them and how you can troubleshoot problems.

Voyager: Capturing MDX timings using SQL Profiler
When deploying Voyager there are times where you need to troubleshoot performance problems. Checking for long running MDX statements is one of those trouble shooting steps. This article describes how to use SQL Server Profiler to capture MDX execution times.

Voyager: Understanding scrolling in the crosstab
The Voyager crosstab implements a data loading strategy that balances the need for quick scrolling against query execution time and memory usage when fetching large amounts of data from the OLAP server. Voyager uses the concept of fetching a data window of a certain size within which scrolling is fast. The size of this data window can be configured therefore it is important to understand how Voyager implements scrolling so as to choose the correct size data window for Voyager to operate effectively in a particular scenario.

Voyager: Incorrect member drill states
Sometimes when using Voyager against Microsoft Analysis Services members that are drilled down will appear drilled up. This explains in what circumstance this can happen, why it happens, and how you can work around the problem.

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