display oracle report output in textpad editor

Posted on 2011-04-22
Last Modified: 2012-12-24

i want to display the output of 10g reports in textpad editor instead of web browser.
plz do the needful
Question by:venu3108
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    Save the reports to your local disk.

    Author Comment

    i dont want to save, instead of displaying the report output in  inernet explorer, the output should display in text pad editor.
    whenever i run report, output need to display in text pad editor .

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    hi venu3108,
    - in Oracle Applications 11i  you have the option to set the report output to different viewer types depending on your report output. with it, you be able to specify text output report to display on any text viewer instead of web browser. i believe this option is not available in 10g, you might want to consider to upgrade.

    Author Comment

    Hi zaharin

    if we use host command, any possibilities ??
    host ('editor.exe', repoutput).

    my requirement is when i am printing from 10g reports using orarrp tool, a blank page is displaying and there is no provision for the user to select specific pages to print.

    if we display theouptput in text pad editor, there will be a provision of the above.

    do the needful

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