Oracle® Application Server Reports Services Publishing Reports to the Web
Part Number B13673-01
This manual describes the different options available for publishing reports with OracleAS Reports Services as well as how to configure the OracleAS Reports Services software for publishing reports.
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This manual is intended for anyone who is interested in publishing reports with OracleAS Reports Services. To configure OracleAS Reports Services, it is useful for you to have a solid understanding of the following technologies:
Your operating system
XML and DTD files
Web server configuration
This manual will guide you through configuring components related to these technologies.
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This manual contains the following chapters:
Provides an overview of OracleAS Reports Services architecture.
Tells you how to start and stop OracleAS Reports Services.
Describes how to configure the OracleAS Reports Services.
Describes how to configure, alias, and troubleshoot fonts in Oracle Reports.
Describes how to configure for printing and troubleshoot printing problems on Unix.
Describes the PDF features in Oracle Reports and how to generate PDF output for multibyte fonts, bidirectional (BiDi) languages, barcode, and Unicode character sets.
Explores how OracleAS Reports Services handles output processing to default and custom destinations.
Provides information on configuring the JDBC PDS for use in OracleAS Reports Services.
Provides a conceptual description of OracleAS Reports Services security features.
Describes how to configure and use OracleAS Reports Services with OracleAS Single Sign-On.
Describes how to use OracleAS Portal to deploy your reports developed in OracleAS Reports Services.
Describes how to cluster Reports Servers to enhance performance and reliability.
Describes the various methods for running reports, in particular, how to construct a runtime URL.
Describes the various operations supported by the Oracle Reports Web service.
Describes how set up advanced distributions via a distribution XML file.
Provides information about customizing reports at runtime with XML.
Describes how to use the event-driven publishing to invoke reports automatically in response to database triggers.
Provides NLS information for OracleAS Reports Services.
Describes OracleAS Reports Services integration with Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g (OEM) and tells you how you can monitor your Reports Servers with OEM.
Provides tips for tuning and performance enhancements.
Provides information about reports-related command line options.
Provides information about Oracle Reports environment variables.
Provides information on registering reports in OracleAS Portal using batch scripts.
For more information on building reports, OracleAS Portal, or OracleAS Reports Services, refer to the following manuals:
Oracle Reports Tutorial, B10612_01
Oracle Reports Building Reports, B10602_01
Getting Started with OracleAS Portal, available on the Oracle Technology Network (
Getting Started with Oracle Reports, available on the Oracle Technology Network (
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