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Oracle® Application Server Reports Services Publishing Reports to the Web
10g Release 2 (10.1.2)
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This manual describes the different options available for publishing reports with Oracle Application Server 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 to have a solid understanding of the following technologies:

This manual will guide you through configuring components related to these technologies.

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Related Documentation

For more information about Oracle Reports, refer to the following resources:


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