Reports go blank with Oracle 10g using JReport (work perfect with Oracle 9i)

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HI, I have upgrade oracle database from 9i to 10g via export/import, My application is using Jreport. When I was using oracle 9i Reports were working perfect but after upgrading to 10g when I fetch reports it goes blank.
ASKED: January 31, 2009  10:47 AM
UPDATED: February 8, 2009  9:41 PM

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There is probably a message in the JReport log files as to why. My guess would be the URL to the DBMS, the user or the password was changed when you upgraded the DBMS version. Also, be sure JReport is using the latest ojdbc14.jar JDBC driver that supports Oracle 10g. You can always email support@jinfonet.com.

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  • carlosdl
    Have you re-compiled your report against the 10g database ?
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  • Hasan
    The problem is resolved. Actually JVM - Memory got full. Thanks to all for your support.
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  • carlosdl
    Great. Thanks for sharing.
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