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Hyperion Planning Data Form Cell in Smart View v11.1.2.0 is not Editable After Entering Formula Referencing Another Excel Sheet Cell (Doc ID 1349062.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 23, 2019

Applies to:

Hyperion Planning - Version to [Release 11.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


A member formula cell in a Smart View Planning Form is not editable after adding a reference to another sheet.

Steps to show issue:

1.  Open a Planning webform in Smart View on Excel Sheet1.

2.  Go to Sheet2 of the Excel worksheet and enter 100 in cell A1.

3.  In the webform on Sheet1, select a cell you can enter data on and type the following:


and press enter. The cell should now display the value 100 in the webform.

4. Submitting the data to Planning is successful.  However, if you decide to delete the formula or modify it, that cell is not editable and its value can no longer be changed.


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