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I do not know which Reports version are you using . Assuming you are using Reports 6i (even for 9i solution will be
1) Check if there is enough disk space for a temporary file in the temp file location.
The temp file location is specified in REPORTS60_TMP (for 9i REPORTS_TMP) registry variable
2) See the following note, straight from metalink
You are running a very large report to screen or preview and
you get the following errors:
rep-1800 formatter error
vgs-1701 not enough memory
Increase the size of the buffer for the report.
Reports has a runtime parameter called BUFFERS; if you are
running the report in Report Builder then do the following:
1. Click on Tools --> Preferences (Tools --> Tools Options for 2.5.x)
2. Go to "Runtime Settings" TAB
3. Increase the size of the BUFFERS (you might need to double
the size depending on the size of your report)
From the command line, do as follows:
rwrun60 report=<..> userid=<..> ... buffers=<size>
where size is a number from 1 through 9,999. For some
operating systems, the upper limit may be lower.
BUFFERS is the size of the virtual memory cache in kilobytes.
You should tune this setting to ensure that you have enough
space to run your reports, but not so much that you are using
too much of your system's resources.
If this setting is changed in the middle of your session,
the change does not take effect until the next time the report is run.
See online help --> KEYWORD: buffers
The Oracle Reports Team
i have using oracle in dual processor in my server, but some of my report (5 user using these report) run very slowly. i have 2 Gb memory. i have already checked the index and i did the export import to make sure there's not chain row. but still this report run very slowly. do i have to defragment my server? because yesterday. i did long processing that took 58 hours.
i do not know the reason. please help me to solve this as it is very urgent
Thanks in advance