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How to convert the oracle report 2.5 output into .csv file(comma delimitted file)?

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I want my report output to be generated in a .csv file.so i ran the report and
specified destype as 'FILE' and in the desname i had specified the file destination name where the .csv file to be generated.But it is creating a junk file .Can anyone of you  suggest me how to convert the reports 2.5 output into .csv file
 
Software used:Developer 2000 Report Designer 2.5 on Windows Nt platform
                           with oracle 7.3.4 as backend.

Thanks and Regards,
Hari
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by:renuraj
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set System parameters

MODE - character
DESTYPE - File
DESNAME - <filename>.csv

It creates a junk file if the mode is not changed to character.

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