Monday, March 18, 2013

Oracle BI EE 11g – Calling JS Scripts


 

How to save the reports scheduled via Agents to a local directory using a simple JS Script:

 
JS Script Method:
 
var FSO = new ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject");
var foldername = 'D:\IBOT'

if (FSO.FolderExists(foldername))
{
var fileName = foldername + "\\" +Parameter(1);
var fooFile = FSO.CopyFile(Parameter(0), fileName, true);
}
else
{
FSO.CreateFolder(foldername);
var fileName = foldername + "D:\IBOT"  + Parameter(1);
var fooFile = FSO.CopyFile(Parameter(0), fileName, true);
}
 
Or
 
We can convert vb script to Js script. Your wish !!!!
 
 
Please copy the above script in notepad then save as satyaexport_report.js then move to this file as mention below path.
C:\OBIEE11G\instances\instance1\bifoundation\OracleBISchedulerComponent\coreapplication_obisch1\scripts\common
 
Follow the steps.
 
 
 









 
 
 
Good Luck!!!!!!
 
 
Thanks,
Satya Ranki Reddy

11 comments:

  1. hi Can u tell me what do you mean by parameter(0) and (1) in js script


    thanks
    Goutham

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  2. Hi Goutham Reddy,

    Thanks for visiting my blog.

    0--->Delevery content as PDF
    1-->satya.PDF

    Parameter (1) you can see above what this Java Script basically does is that it accepts one parameter (Parameter(1)) which is the file name and saves this file to a desired location ex: For me D drive it will store.
    Parameter(0) : Noting but define the output format specification.

    Hope this help’s

    Thanks,
    Satya

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  3. Hi Satya,

    Can we achieve this in Linux? My BI Server is installed on Linux Box.

    Thanks,

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    1. Hi

      It is not possible in linux / unix. But using action link it is possible but we can't trigger action link method.

      Thanks,
      Satya

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    2. Hi Satya,

      I have followed same process to sent i bot FTP server location. But i got below error.


      [nQSError: 61007] File error: path=E:\Oracle\instances\instance1\bifoundation\OracleBISchedulerComponent\coreapplication_obisch1\scripts\common, code=5: Access is denied.

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    3. Hi Satya,

      Then how to resolve this issue. I have try to make path as shared path and also same issue.


      Please let me know how reslove this issue.

      Thanks,
      Malli

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  4. Hi Stahya , I wanna to implement same on Linux machine . Can you help me on same

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  5. Hi Stahya , I wanna to implement same on Linux machine . Can you help me on same

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