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Oracle Reports 11g Drill Down Problem

Posted on 2010-11-26
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Hi,
After I did upgrade from oracle 6i to 11g, all drill down buttons were turned into links. And Oracle Support showed me how to pass user/password@connect as parameters to subreport with password information displayed on url. This is not acceptable, and I am wondering if you know how to drill down without display user's password in url.
Thanks a lot,
Luchuan
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Oracle has provieded serveral methods to resolve this problem, one of these solution is to define keymapping in CGICMD.DAT file.  In Reports services 11g this file is located at following location

$DOMAIN_HOME/servers/WLS_REPORTS/stage/reports/reports/configuration/cgicmd.dat



More details here:

http://exploreoracle.com/2010/06/09/hide-username-and-password-while-calling-oracle-reports/
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Hi schwertner:
Sorry, the project is on hold, so I will revisit this later
thanks for youir help,
Luchuan
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