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1. You need to connect to the database by using (Ctrl+J).
2. You can use the Ctrl+Shift+K to get the Compilation errors.
wow .. reports 2.5 .. pretty old.
Try the following syntax and see if you get something in the log file.
r25convm userid=un/pw stype=rdffile source=myfile.rex dtype=repfile dest=test.rdf batch=yes logfile=error.log
I'm doing this on a Unix server HP-UX. This is the contents of the error file:-
hcp5 (flor)/users/joe $ cat /tmp/error.log
Converting 'LC_MINV_L.rdf' to '/tmp/test.rep'...
Conversion of 'LC_MINV_L.rdf' cancelled.
REP-1430: Cannot create REP File for report 'LC_MINV_L.rdf'. Compilation errors found.
hcp5 (flor)/users/joe $
Please confirm what syntax did you use when passing user and password information.
In your example you passed user/password .. I suggested userid=user/password .. does passing userid= make a difference?
Adding "userid=" made no difference.
What I have discovered since posting this is that other reports compile fine. It's is only giving me this error when the (any) report contains PL/SQL code in it.
Can you run the Reports 2.5 Reports Designer in windows and try and compile it using this tool? The error reporting is much better there?
It compiles successful in windows.
When you compiled in Windows from Reports Builder .. did you use the same database (connect string) that you are using when compiling on the server?