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Oracle BI Publisher 11g: A Practical Guide to Enterprise Reporting by Daniela Bozdoc

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Conversion steps

  1. Search for the aolj.jar, collections.jar, xdocore.jar, and xmlparserv2-904.jar files on your computer at the location provided in the following URL:

    C:\OraHome_1\oc4j_bi\j2ee\home\applications\xmlpserver\ xmlpserver\WEB-INF\lib

    You may also find these libraries, or the corresponding classes, under JAVA_TOP (this is a folder on the Oracle Application middle-tier machine) if you are using Oracle EBS.

  2. Copy the files mentioned before to a location of your choice. In this example, the C:\oracle\convert folder is used, which is shown in the following screenshot:
    Conversion steps
  3. Copy the Oracle Reports that have to be converted into the source folder. ...

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