Loungin' at Oh Oh Dub

With OpenWorld around the corner we're gearing up for demos demos demos. The demogrounds are going to be open crazy hours ...
  • Monday 11-6pm
  • Tuesday 9-6pm
  • Wednesday 9-6pm
  • Thursday 9-1.30pm
Plenty of time I hope, for you to get yourselves down to the exhibition floor and come a chew the fat, complain, talk about your implementation, ask questions, bring us a beer, sorry a 'cold beverage' :0) We'll have two demo pods, one for Enterprise and another for BIP under Oracle Applications - that's EBS, JDE, PeopleSoft and hopefully Siebel CRM. We are going to be busy so try and organize yourselves into appropriate groups before arriving, I'm joking, just come on down and see us.
The other interactive event of note is at the Applications Lounge. You get a whole two hours to come and chat, etc - see above for other options. Maybe not the beverage option thou, lunch would be great thou.
  • Wednesday 12-2pm Moscone West 2nd Floor Lobby - Section 2
No, Im not sure what that means either but Im sure all will become clear when we get there. We need more than the 6-8 of you we met last year - those folks got some real quality time with the development team. You may find some of us literally 'lounging' after two daze of talking at the demo pod but we'll be real pleased to see y'all!
Comments:

I have a simple question. I have an exisiting EBS report that is currently in text format. I would just like to get an Excel version of the report. I read as much documentation as I could related to XML Publisher, BI Publisher, OBIEE etc but not one tells me clearly how to do that. Everybody seems to talk only of RTF templates. But I have a lot of columns that I need on the report and after certain columns 15 to be precise it says I cannot add more columns and I think I have 15 more columns that I need. More specifically I want an Excel version of the Asset Register report in Fixed Assets. I changed the output format to XML in conc program etc but still don't know the best way to do it. What are my options?

Posted by anonymous on August 26, 2008 at 07:25 PM MDT #

If you know the template is only going to be for Excel output then you can create a custom paper size in Word and make it as wide as you need. I think there is an upper limit for number of columns in a table but its way more than 15. Tim

Posted by Tim on August 27, 2008 at 06:10 AM MDT #

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