|Oracle® Fusion Middleware Oracle Reports Tutorial
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
Part Number B32123-02
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Estimated completion time: 5 minutes
In Chapter 5, "Creating a Report Block for the Web Report", you added a report block to a JSP-based Web report. This chapter reviews the source code added for the report block.
To view the Web source
Open the Web source for the
.jsp report you created in Chapter 5, "Creating a Report Block for the Web Report" by double-clicking the Web Source node in the Object Navigator.
This HTML code indicates a comment line that helps you locate the report heading information in the file.
<tr> tags, which should look something like this:
<tr> <th <rw:id id="HBEMPLOYEEID92" asArray="no" /> class="OraColumnHeader">Employee Id </th> <th <rw:id id="HBempname92" asArray="no" /> class="OraColumnHeader"> Emp Name </th> ...
In the Web Source view, locate the
<rw:foreach> JSP tag and find this line:
<rw:foreach id="R_G_EMPLOYEE_ID921" src="G_EMPLOYEE_ID">
R_G_EMPLOYEEID is a unique identifier for this loop and
G_EMPLOYEE_ID is the data model group on which the loop repeats.
Notice that the
</tbody> tag that closes the table follows the closing
</rw:foreach> tag, as shown here:
<td <rw:headers id=HFDEPARTMENTID92" src...> </tr> </rw:foreach> </tbody>
If you have gone through this chapter and are still not sure whether your JSP is correct, open the file we have provided, called
empreva.jsp. This file is located in your examples directory.
Congratulations! You have finished reviewing the source code for the report block you added in Chapter 5, "Creating a Report Block for the Web Report". Continue to Chapter 6, "Creating a Graph for the Web Report" to add a graph to your Web report.