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E1: XMLP: How to Work with Custom Report Definition Output File Name and File Path Functionality in Tools Releases 9.1.4.0 and Above (Doc ID 1905525.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Beginning with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Application Release 9.0/9.1 and Tools Release 9.1.4.0, users are able to customize the report definition output file name and file path. Customizing the report definition output file name and the file path enables you to maintain and locate the output files easily. Prior to 9.1.4.0 tools releases, the output file name produced is always of the following format: <RD_NAME>_<RD_LANG>_<UBE_JOBNUMBER>_<RD_JOBNUMBER>_<SEQ_NO when bursting>.<OUTPUT_TYPE>

Beginning 9.1.4.0 and later, you can now include both static and/or dynamic values to your report definition output file name. For example, you can name the report definition output file as PurchaseOrder_<OrderNumber>_<OrderType>_<OrderCompany>_Report.

This document describes in detail how to customize a report definition output file name and file path which are new features introduced with Tools Release 9.1.4.0

Scope

This content is intended for the following job role: Application Administrator, Application Developer, Business Administrator, System Administrator 

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Overview
 Related ESUs
 Required Tables and OCMs
 Customizing Report Definition Output File Name
 Customizing Report Definition Output Path
 Creating Hierarchy for the Report Definition Output
 Troubleshooting
 Things to check when the Report Definition Output File Name is not working:
 Things to check when the Report Definition Output Path is not working:
 Known Issues
References

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