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Birt 2 -> Birt 4.4.2 [message #1684701] Wed, 18 March 2015 14:42 Go to next message
Frank Voelker is currently offline Frank VoelkerFriend
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Registered: March 2015
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Hi guys,

i have the following problem: i migrated a web-application from weblogic server to glassfish v3. Its an JavaEE Application With BIRT vs2 (old) and now BIRT v.4.2.2. I have the following Problem:

NO report is opening in the new version. birt is working, test-page working, but the errors in the existing reports from the old version vary from

Chart NewChart:
+ unterminated string literal (<inline>#1)

to An exception occurred during processing. Please see the following message for details:
Failed to prepare the query execution for the data set: DT-PT Monat
Cannot convert the parameter value 01.01.2010 to type class java.sql.Date.
Can not convert the value of 01.01.2010 to java.sql.Date type.

to Group on column: DE is not a supported operation.

maybe some encoding problems? the reports are fully working on weblogic + BIRT v2.1
Re: Birt 2 -> Birt 4.4.2 [message #1687331 is a reply to message #1684701] Thu, 19 March 2015 16:01 Go to previous message
Jesse Freeman is currently offline Jesse FreemanFriend
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Registered: January 2015
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The best place to start with this is going to be moving the reports back into the 4.2.2 BIRT Designer. Then, isolate and resolve any errors occurring when running the reports in the designer. After this, republish the reports from the 4.2.2 designer into your web application that is using the 4.2.2 runtime.

There are a lot of big changes going from V2 to 4.2.2 which is most likely causing these issues.
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