|Referencing .sql file, .jar file [message #686058]
||Tue, 21 June 2011 14:27
Registered: June 2011
I've designed a BIRT report which utilizes a scripted data source, which itself references an ArrayList<String> returned by a method in a Java class. The class gets its data from querying a database. The query is stored in a .sql file. Everything worked correctly, and the report was populated with data. But then I needed to upload my report to its desination, and I realized I'll have to also upload the SQL file (I could just hardcode it in the class but the query is quite lengthy- over 500 lines- part of the reason I'm using this convoluted method of querying the database). Here I ran into problems. The Java class itself still runs correctly, getting the data. However, the report won't run anymore. I tried including the .sql file in my JAR file, putting it in the workspace directory, etc, but when I try to preview the report I get
Error.ScriptEvaluationError ( 1 time(s) )
detail : org.eclipse.birt.report.engine.api.EngineException: There are errors evaluating script ....
// (my open() script which calls a Java method)
Script source: , line: 0, text:
__bm_OPEN(). See next exception for more information.
//more of the same
None of my scripts have changed- all I've altered is:
1)name of .sql file referenced in Java code.
2)Re-exported JAR file to reflect #1
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