Environment variables are parameters that configure the Oracle Reports environment. The Oracle Fusion Middleware installer automatically defines default values for relevant environment variables. Edit the environment variable settings to change the default behavior:
On UNIX, edit the environment variables by revising and running the shell script that defines the initial default values (
reports.sh). If you do this, keep a backup of the original, unaltered
reports.sh file in Oracle Reports 11g Release 1 (11.1.1) may contain some required changes for the release. Thus, if you have made any changes to the
reports.sh file in prior releases, save a backup before you perform your upgrade. Post-upgrade, merge your modifications with the
reports.sh file installed with Oracle Reports 11g Release 1 (11.1.1).
If you set any environment variable in the
INSTANCE_HOME/config/reports/bin/reports.sh file (for UNIX) or in the registry file (for Windows), all the Reports Servers present in that Instance Home are affected.
If you want to set the environment variable only for a particular server, you must set the environment variable in the
<environment> element in the
opmn.xml file of that particular server.
To set the environment variable for an In-process server, you must modify the settings in the
setDomainEnv.sh file located at