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How To Integrate Naming Service With OPMN Using A 10g Standalone Reports Server (Doc ID 367567.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 23, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Reports Developer - Version to [Release Oracle10g to 10gr2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In 10.1.2, by default, Oracle Reports uses the built-in broadcast mechanism for Reports Server discovery. Alternatively, Oracle Reports clients can use the Common Object Service (COS) naming service for Reports Server discovery to submit report requests when the built-in broadcast mechanism is not suitable for your environment, as in the following scenarios:

*  Oracle Reports is installed on a machine that is connected to a network using VPN.
* You want to avoid broadcast traffic on your network.

This document shall explain how to integrate the COS Naming service into opmn using a standalone 10.1.2.x reports server as default (integrated with OPMN and the Application Server Control).
For 11g Reports see documentation found on the Oracle Tech Network portal for 11g Fusion Middleware.

**Warning -> This approach will not work with the in-process reports server that is automatically installed by the Oracle Universal Installer. For the in-process reports server, see <Note 393222.1>


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 Using OPMN To Control The COS Naming Service

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