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Writing to Log File From Oracle Report Concurrent Request in 11i

Writing to Log File From Oracle Report Concurrent Request in 11i

Writing to Log File From Oracle Report Concurrent Request in 11i

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Hi - Does anybody know how I can output to the log file generated from a concurrent request to run an Oracle Report, from within the Report. Basically, I run the report as a request, and when certain criteria happens within the report, I want to output to the Log file. I have read that srw.message can be used, or fnd_file.put_line, however neither of these seem to work - any ideas ?

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RE: Writing to Log File From Oracle Report Concurrent Request in 11i

Here's what metalink says:
Fnd_File package need to be used only in a stored procedure/Package. If you are using anonymous block(declare..begin..end) use dbms_output.put_line package

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