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BO reports not accessible in new window using https protocol

BO reports not accessible in new window using https protocol

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Hi,


I have a BO(Business Objects) application deployed in WAS. The BO reports are accesscible in a new window using the below URLs.


http://WASIP:port/contextroot
https://WASIP:port/contextroot
http://WebServerIP:port/contextroot

The application is accessible using the URL https://DNS/contextroot.But, I am not able to open the report in a new window.I am not sure whether the issue is in webservers or in Load Balancer.


The DNS is configured in Load Balancer. Could you please suggest me, does any configuration change need to be done in http server or Load Balancer.

Thanks,
Siva

RE: BO reports not accessible in new window using https protocol

Which version of BO are you running?

-Dell

DecisionFirst Technologies - Seven-time SAP BusinessObjects Solution Partner of the Year
www.decisionfirst.com

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