You will likely need to resolve the special character/junk characters so they at least can be queried correctly within the forms or SQL Developer.
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Hi, you might try this...
in the RDF report, once in report builder > double click on the report name to open report properties > Under XML parameters > XML prologue, use this string.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="WINDOWS-1252"?>
What do you get when you do the following in the session that starts the concurrent manager:
They should respond with values...If they do not, do the following:
In your $APPL_TOP/custom*.env, make sure you have the following entries:
Make sure your custom*.env is called by your *env file in APPL_TOP.
Source your environment, then restart the application/concurrent manager. The app needs to be started with these.