procedure showReport is -- report url v_reportUrl_tx varchar(32767); begin

v_reportUrl_tx := 'http://192.168.175.110/formspider/oraclereportsservlet?';

v_reportUrl_tx := v_reportUrl_tx || 'rep_name=test.rdf'; --api_application.showpopupmessage(v_reportUrl_tx); v_reportUrl_tx := v_reportUrl_tx || '&application_id=' || api_application.getid; --api_application.showpopupmessage(v_reportUrl_tx);

-- show report api_component.seturl('mainPanel.renderer', v_reportUrl_tx);

end;

Hello when I use the that script, When I try to run my report I have the message : the server refuse the connection

asked 06 Sep '15, 08:16

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Hi,

If you are having problem with the internal Formspider Servlet, you don't really have to use it to show reports.

If you can successfully run a report using a different URL of an Oracle Reports installation then you can use that URL.

As mentioned in this thread we are planning to deprecate this feature.

Is this an option for you?

Kind Regards,
Yalim

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answered 07 Sep '15, 05:24

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