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Comment from: Robert Danzmayr
Robert Danzmayr

The second description is misleading as Palo itself is a MOLAP server that can exist without MS Excel.
So please use Stephanie’s explanation (and perhaps Stephanie can improve the misleading description on the Palo web site :-).

Unsurprisingly PALO reminds me of MIS Alea. MIS Alea is the name of a MOLAP server and also the abbreviated name of the MIS Alea Excel integration (a MS Excel client). Clients often mistake them as all the regular users sees is the Excel client.


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