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Siri

Use of .Jar File on Oracle Apps Server

Thank you very much for your valuable inputs. The report is giving the expected results after done the modifications via reports developer and the report is working great!

But once we move the report to Oracle Apps server, it is giving the following error:

cf_barcodeformula : Fatal PL/SQL error occurred
ORA -39565 : Message 39565 not found; Product=RDBMS facility=ORA


What I did is:
1. Add a new entry to REPORTS_CLASSPATH in apps server.
2. Copied the given .Jar file into the physical path mentioned in REPORTS_CLASSPATH in the server.

Do we need to modify any other file in the server or do a restart?


Application: Oracle Apps Server 10g, JAVA

10-26-14     1867 day(s) ago    

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James

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From a previous Post:

This error is resolved by correcting the location of the jar file, and the "REPORTS_CLASSPATH" in the environment. The ORA-39565 error indicated that Oracle Reports runtime could not find the IDAutomation jar file. Establishing where to place jar files, and confirming that with the REPORTS_CLASSPATH environment variable setting resolved the error.

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