|Oracle® Fusion Middleware Publishing Reports to the Web with Oracle Reports Services
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
Part Number B32121-01
This manual describes the different options available for publishing reports with Oracle Reports Services, as well as how to configure the Oracle Reports Services software for publishing reports.
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This manual is intended for anyone who is interested in publishing reports with Oracle Reports Services. To configure Oracle Reports Services, it is useful 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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For more information about Oracle Reports, refer to the following resources:
Oracle Technology Network (OTN) Oracle Reports page (
Oracle Reports online Help, which you can access in any of the following ways:
From Reports Builder:
Choose Help > Help Contents.
Click Help or press F1 in any dialog box.
In the Property Inspector, click a property, then press F1 to display the property's help topic.
On the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) Oracle Reports page (
Under Resources, click Hosted Online Help to display the Web-based version of the most recent Oracle Reports online Help.
Under News, click Oracle Reports Online Help Update to replace your Oracle Reports online Help in Reports Builder with the most recent update. Instructions for replacing your help file are included in the
readme.txt in the download file.
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