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Why rwservlet as default filename instead of Report name?

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Last Modified: 2013-12-01
I am  trying to execute Oracle  report through the web interface. I get a File download dialog box that asks if you want to
Open, Save or Cancel:
The Dialog also displays:
File Name: rwservlet
Type:  Unknown File Type
From: <<Server Name>>
key map is:



Key1: %* server=appserver userid=xxxs/xxx@xxxx report=D:\Reports\sample.rdf destype=cache  desformat=rtf
Im trying to figure out why the File Name is rwservlet? Is there any way to prompt the user reportname as filename instead of rwservlet as filename?
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Top Expert 2008

Commented:
How to invoke a Report?

Look at this placed as URL in a Browser:

http://oracle-pc.de.icw.int:7778/reports/rwservlet?module=general.rdf+destype=cache+desformat=pdf+userid=lsuser/lsuser@bugf+p_from=01.09.2005_00:00:00+p_to=31.12.2005_23:59:59 

Here:

oracle-pc.de.icw.int:7778  is the name and port of the Reports server
reports  is the directory where the component resides
rwservlet  is the program

everything other are parameters sent to the report:

module=general.rdf   is the report definition

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I am invoking the report same way. But desformat is rtf format. Whenerer i invoke the report it is prompting Open/Save options. If i try to save by default it is showing the name as rwservlet.rtf. I want to display <<report definition.rtf>> In this example i want to see general.rtf as the report name.
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Commented:
Yes, really it asks where to store the file.
Possibly there is a system parameters of the report for the file name.
Investigate the system parameters.
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