oracle reports 6i – compatibility with windows 2003 64 bit

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Oracle Reports 6i
Windows Server 2003 64 bit
I have a set of oracle reports duly compiled on oracle reports 6i- working very fine on windows 2003 server with 32 bit architecture. - We have moved to 64 bit architecture to over come the limitation of RAM of 4 gb as we have 16 GB on the server left unrecognized. May any one clarify if there is a separate reports 6i for win 64 bit ?? I am unable to run most of the reports on the enhanced architecture but not all.

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AFAIK there is no separate version for 64 bit, and I think Developer 6i is unsupported on that architecture. However, it could work.

Are you calling your reports from Forms applications ?

If this is the case, I have read that people have got this to work by replacing som DLLs with the ones from Developer 6i patch 3, since some change in those libraries introduced in patch 4 make them fail under 64 bit OSes.

Those libraries are nn60.dll and nnb60.dll, which reside in the /bin folder.

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