Forgot to mention that I found that list, what I want to do is list the available Standard RXi reports and copy them into a spreadsheet.
I need a list of standard reports to show to the business, I found a list from an older version via appendix in 115finrxi Rel 11i - which identifies which report to which module, e.g. GL, AR, AP, etc.
I managed to copy these but somehow doesn't tie up with the LOV in Set up within Report eXchange Responsibility. This LOV has more & gonna take a while to cross check & identify which modules these belong to and wanted to know if there's a way to export these into an excel spreadsheet from an LOV.
I don't have SQL access to run a script & extract these list of reports, so I was curious if there's a documentation anyone has come across that has the list of RXi reports as per previous Oracle Financials RXi Reports Administration Tool User Guide Release 11i May, 2000 Part No. A81232-02.
any assistance, recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
My dilemma is I don't have access to SQL Developer or SQL plus to run the scripts. :(
I have somehow asked one of the guys from our SI to run it for me, so just waiting for that reply.
Thanks for the other links too, i have browsed through the latest version of the user guide for RXi but somehow it doesn't have an Appendix like the earlier version of 11i wherein it has a list of the Standard RXi reports.
Appreciate the links you have provided too as well. :)
Yes please, that would be great. here's my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there a difference between RXi & RX reports? Reason for this question is, from what I seen on the LOV from Report Name - Attribute Set from Report eXchange Designer responsibilty, there's an RX only & RXi reports.
Thanks again in advance for your assistance on this. :)
Just sent the e-mail right now in an Excel spreadsheet. In fact i don't know exactly which is the difference (if there is one) between RX and RXi reports. For what i know, RXi are more recent then RX (when Oracle launched the 9i database). But i'm not 100% sure of it.