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Oracle Application Server 10
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-Integrating Oracle Reports inOracle Forms Servicesapplications
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Oracle Application Server 10
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-Integrating OracleReports in Oracle Forms Services applications
Introduction........................................................................................................3Oracle Forms......................................................................................................3The formsweb.cfg configuration file..........................................................4The default.env environment file................................................................5The Forms Servlet.........................................................................................5The Forms Listener Servlet.........................................................................6OC4J and mod_oc4j.....................................................................................6Forms Services configuration in Oracle Developer Suite 10
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................6Forms Services configuration in OracleAS 10
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........................................7Oracle Reports...................................................................................................7The Reports Servlet......................................................................................7The Reports Server.......................................................................................8The rwservlet.properties configuration file...............................................8The <Reports Server>.conf configuration file.........................................9The cgicmd.dat file........................................................................................9Reports Services configuration in Oracle Developer Suite 10
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..............9Reports Services configuration in OracleAS 10
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......................................9The Run_Report_Object () built-in..............................................................10How to use Run_Report_Object..............................................................11Run_Report_Object examples..................................................................11Using parameter lists with Run_Report_Object....................................14Calling Reports that display a parameter form.......................................15The Web.Show_Document() built-in...........................................................16Syntax............................................................................................................16Example
– Web.Show_Document()........................................................17
 
Example – Web.Show_Document() & relative addressing..................17
 
Hiding username and password................................................................18
 
Printing Reports on the Web.........................................................................18
 
Forms and Reports integration in Single Sign-On mode...........................18
 
Using the Run_Report_Object () Built-in...............................................20
 
Using the Web.Show_Document() Built-in............................................20
 
Summary...........................................................................................................20
 
Appendix: Run_Report_Object - Complete Example...............................21
 
 
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Oracle Application Server 10
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-Integrating OracleReports in Oracle Forms Services applications
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(9.0.4) and Oracle Developer Suite 10
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(9.0.4)contain Oracle Forms 9.0.4 and Oracle Reports 9.0.4.This paper discusses
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Reports that are integrated in Oracle Formsapplications. After reading this Whitepaper you will
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Know about the configuration files involved and how to work with them
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Know how to use the Forms RUN_REPORT_OBJECT() Built-in,replacing RUN_PRODUCT() for calling integrated Oracle Reports
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Know how to use the WEB.SHOW_DOCUMENT() Built-in todownload the Reports output from the middle tier
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Understand how to integrate Oracle Reports in Oracle Forms Serviceswhen running in Single Sign-On modeThe audiences that are addressed in this paper are customers and technicalconsultants who know the Forms and Reports integration in client/serverenvironments and who plan to move their applications to the Web using OracleForms and Oracle Reports in Oracle Application Server 10
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and Oracle DeveloperSuite 10
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Forms consists of two components: the Oracle Forms Developer buildingtool (commonly known as the Builder) and the Oracle Application Server 10
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 Forms Services Web deployment component.There are two Oracle Forms Built-ins supported for running Reports on the Web:
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WEB.SHOW_DOCUMENT Built-inBoth of these Built-ins, and how to use them when calling integrated OracleReports in Forms, are explained later in this Whitepaper.Oracle Forms Services is a component of the Oracle Application Server 10
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