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Reports Builder 6i Question

Reports Builder 6i Question

Reports Builder 6i Question

I've been working on a Pay Costing Details report, similar to the one packaged in Oracle's HRMS system. The report generates about 600 - 700 pages after a payroll is run. At the moment, we're trying to "debug" the report, make sure all of the columns are there and such, and we don't want to run that many pages for every test. From my development PC I can tell it only run the first 10 while I'm in Live Preview. Once the report goes into the Oracle / Linux environment that doesn't appear to be an option.

Is there a way to limit the number of pages printed by this report via Report Parameter or Linux print command?

Thanks in advance,
Chris G.

RE: Reports Builder 6i Question

    dears i Have a probleme loading the report.there is showing error on a spcific order no like 15040 (141 rep: fatal pl/sql error on other orders it is working coerectly please help ARgent  

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