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Actuate Reverse engineer SQL

Actuate Reverse engineer SQL

Actuate Reverse engineer SQL

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I am new to Actuate .
We have some old Reports in Production for which we dont have any source code.
Is it possible to get the SQL used by these reports from the executables that are in Production.

Regards
Harish

RE: Actuate Reverse engineer SQL





You need to find the Actuate Object Model.  This will indicate where you can look to find this data.  It might be a Recordset object that has a Command property of some sort.

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RE: Actuate Reverse engineer SQL




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On the datastream  (properties tab) you can see the sql (Query)

BTW, I really know NOTHING about Actuate.

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RE: Actuate Reverse engineer SQL

Actually, there is no way to retrieve the SQL unless you have either the .rod, or the .bas file

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