We are planning for a report generation program in Linux.For that we are planning to use Oracle reports 6i on linux.
Could anybody please confirm if the Oracle 6i reports are compatible on Linux (0 Replies)
i have sql script (ex:a.sql) that generates 10 csv files
but donot want 10 separate csv files
i want a single csv files with 10 different tab that contains all data
is it possible from unix
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I am battling to find why oracle reports dont work from the Oracle applications and work from the Command line
Finally, whern these reports error out in the Oracle apps, I see the error that the x server killed the process.
Please let me know if any one has some chi-chi sheet on the os setup... (1 Reply)
How can you pull up a list of print drivers loaded at the Unix level? I am trying to get an HP LaserJet 2300 using the PCL5e driver to print barcode labels. I believe the PCL5e driver needs to be loaded somewhere at the Unix level but am at a loss as to where. Thanks (2 Replies)
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Jifty::DBI::Handle::Oracle(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation Jifty::DBI::Handle::Oracle(3pm)NAME
Jifty::DBI::Handle::Oracle - An oracle specific Handle object
This module provides a subclass of Jifty::DBI::Handle that compensates for some of the idiosyncrasies of Oracle.
connect PARAMHASH: Driver, Database, Host, User, Password
Takes a paramhash and connects to your DBI datasource.
Returns value of ORA_OCI constant, see "Constants" in DBD::Oracle.
Takes a table name as the first argument and assumes that the rest of the arguments are an array of key-value pairs to be inserted.
Takes a bunch of parameters:
Required: Driver, Database or Host/SID, Optional: Port and RequireSSL
Builds a dsn suitable for an Oracle DBI connection
blob_params column_NAME column_type
Returns a hash ref for the bind_param call to identify BLOB types used by the current database for a particular column type. The current
Oracle implementation only supports ORA_CLOB types(112).
apply_limits STATEMENTREF ROWS_PER_PAGE FIRST_ROW
takes an SQL SELECT statement and massages it to return ROWS_PER_PAGE starting with FIRST_ROW;
takes an incomplete SQL SELECT statement and massages it to return a DISTINCT result set.
Jesse Vincent, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jifty::DBI, Jifty::DBI::Handle, DBD::Oracle
perl v5.14.2 2011-04-26 Jifty::DBI::Handle::Oracle(3pm)