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Cannot import image file into Oracle Report

Posted on 2007-03-27
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I am attempting to import a .tif image file into Oracle Report Builder. However I keep obtaining the error:

REP-0820: Cannot import specified image

How can I import the image? I am using Report Builder version 9.04.1.0
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Helena Marková earned 125 total points
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Isn't the image corrupted, is it ?
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I don't think so. I tried importing another .tif file and still obtain the same error.
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Sorry, you are correct. Both those images were corrupted. I tried importing a new image and it worked.
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