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Original Image Filename Renamed When Generate XML/HTML Output Format (Doc ID 1933872.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 08, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Reports Developer - Version and later
Oracle Forms for OCI - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


After generating a report output with XML/HTML format, the original image filename is renamed inside the html output file.

For Example:

The original image, which is used in the Oracle Report, is called "file_name.jpg".

After running the report and generating the HTMLCSS output by the following command:

         http://<hostname>:<port number>/reports/rwservlet?report=<your report name>&destype=cache&desformat=HTMLCSS&username=<userid>/<password>@<oracle_sid>

You will see the image filename is renamed to another name (for example, file_name.jpg) inside the output .html file, like this:

<div style="top:0pt;left:1pt;">
<div style="top:18pt;left:294pt"><span class="f1">test</span></div>
<div style="top:18.0pt;left:36.0pt;width:289.5;height:145.5;padding-top:137.8;font:0pt Arial;border-width:1.3; border-style:solid;border-color:#000000;"></div>
<div style="top:18.0pt;left:36.0pt; width:177.1pt;height:108.0pt; "><img src=file_name.jpg ALT="" width=236 height=144 border=0> </div>
<div style="top:827pt;left:1pt;">
<hr size=5 noshade>





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