ACTUATE ORACLE JDBC DRIVER

If the tnsEntry property is set, which presumes the url property is not set, then any databaseName , serverName , portNumber , and networkProtocol settings are ignored. To do this, Go up to the menu, and click on the Pivot Range Wizard. In this case, however, the URL includes the userid and password, and is the only input parameter. Name of the particular database on the server. Oracle implements this interface with the OracleDataSource class in the oracle.

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Setting these properties is equivalent to using corresponding methods on the OracleConnection object, as follows:. Bequeath connection OCI Empty. If this is the first time e-Spreadsheet is run, this will be blank.

From that point onward, you can create portable code by using the logical name in creating data sources from which you will get your connection instances.

The default is “true”. Oracle implements this interface with the OracleDataSource class in the oracle.

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Also, client-side load balancing is supported for connecting to LDAP servers. Ensure that you keep the two files synchronized. For distributed transactions, this is an underlying XA data source class. Code allows custom scripting for report events, and Preview presents real-time representation of the current report. Of course, this is a little easier to accomplish in Actuate flagship product, Enterprise Report Designer, however you pay for the power in terms of ease of use.

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Register the JDBC drivers

The type of the object returned is java. Begin by extracting the JDBC drivers to a temporary location. For alternative user names and passwords, you can also use the getConnection method that takes these parameters as input. This section shows an example of the most basic use of a data source to connect to a database, without using JNDI functionality.

Create an OracleDataSource instance, initialize its connection properties as appropriate, and get a connection instance, as in the following example: This can also be set as a java property: I will demonstrate this at the end of the article. Figure 4 – New Data Source dialog.

The report will run from I-Server and display a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, whereas if you run the report in the report designer, you will have to do a Save As to save as an Excel formatted file. Set a password file on the server-side or on the remote database, using the orapwd password utility.

Completed Pivot Table Figure 7 shows the completed report in Excel. If set to “true”, causes the java. Figure 7 – The Parameter dialog box To bind the design parameter to the data set parameter, start by selecting the table in the Layout tab. System properties, which are not shown, instruct JNDI which service provider to use. If set to “true”, the performance when retrieving data in a ‘SELECT’ will be improved but the default behavior for handling LONG columns will be changed to fetch multiple rows prefetch size.

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The Property Editor changes at this point, adding multiple tabs along the bottom. To use other values, you can set properties using appropriate setter methods. Data connectivity is built using the Data Explorer and Data Set objects. This section exhibits JNDI functionality in using data sources to connect to a database.

Setting these properties is equivalent to using corresponding methods on the OracleConnection object, as follows: Figure 8 – Finished Report Preview. However, using the options dialog, you can remove grand total rows, insert values for cells with null or invalid data, disable the drilldown capabilities, and various other formatting options.

If the nativeXA property is enabled, be sure to set the tnsEntry property as well. The properties in Table are Oracle extensions.

If your JDBC drivers came in a. This property is only for OracleXADatasource.

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