This error usually appears when the combination of values in your query is not valid. More
This error occurs when you are using an old version of the connector. More
This error may indicate that a stored security token has expired and did not auto-renew. Delete the entry in the Account wizard and create a new one using the same reference name (case sensitive). Some Account wizards have a Refresh Login button that will update the selected entry.
A combination of parameters in your query is not accepted by the server. Change the selections and try again.
Usually caused by the selection of dates that are not recognized (formatting). Most Analytics Edge connectors will recognize Excel dates in cell references, or a combination of options that defines a range of dates (start+duration or start+end or duration+end).
Confirm that cell references used point to the cells that contain the dates (sometimes worksheet changes move the cell locations).
This error usually occurs when the cells you referenced in a query have moved or the contents are changed. Analytics Edge connectors offer the ability to use cell references for the dates, but the references can get out of alignment if you add rows or columns in the worksheet, or if you renamed the worksheet. More
Analytics Edge is licensed by computer, so the add-in keeps track of the computer it is licensed for (even the free product is licensed). Sometimes a Windows Update or hardware change will mess up the license, and you will get an error saying “License issued to a different computer”. More
This error happens when the query does not specify an account (bad cell reference?), or it uses the Default account setting and you have not saved a default account.
If the add-in or one of the installed connectors does not have a valid license, none of the queries or macros will run. Open the License wizard to see if all of the installed components have a valid license.
This usually happens when an unexpected value is encountered. There can be several reasons: More