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XDO Client provides users with a Java-based application that can be used for generating and testing Oracle XML/BI Publisher reports much easier.
With XDO Client, it is not necessary to login to the EBS suite or the BI Publisher server. The application directly connects to the Oracle database, enabling you to test your data template.







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XDO Client Full Crack is a web application that enables end-users to run and manipulate the Oracle XML/BI Publisher application directly from a web browser without logging in to the Oracle database and without installing any software on the end-user’s server. Cracked XDO Client With Keygen can be installed on any web server and accessed via a web browser.
As an add-in to Oracle WebLogic Server, XDO Client enables end-users to access the Oracle BI Publisher application. Users can view data in reports created with XML/BI Publisher and export to the browser.
Setting Up the Application:
Install the Oracle XML/BI Publisher client on any Oracle
web server that has Oracle WebLogic Server installed and
accessible from the internet.
Create a login for the Oracle XML/BI Publisher client. This
login must be granted access to the Oracle BI Publisher
Create an HTML file that contains the following code:

Installing and Running XDO Client:
The Oracle XML/BI Publisher client is installed and runs just as Oracle BI Publisher server. An HTML file containing embedded graphics, hyperlinks and text is installed in the Oracle BI Publisher client. This HTML file can be viewed in a web browser.
To test that XDO Client is installed correctly, access the HTML file in a web browser and the Oracle BI Publisher application should be displayed on the screen. To run the application, you need to enter the login and password for the Oracle BI Publisher Client.
The client can be installed on any Web server with Oracle WebLogic Server
To run the Oracle XML/BI Publisher client, follow these steps:
– Install the client on a web server in your organization.
– Create a session with your Oracle XML/BI Publisher client login.
– Click Browse to locate the HTML file containing your embedded
graphics, hyperlinks and text.
– To view the report, click Open.
– In the Server Properties page

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EBS Client is a powerful user application that permits you to view and/or edit data in real time. It is used to view datasets on the EBS grid, to view the results of a report, and to update a report.
EBS Client is a client application running on top of the Oracle Data Management Environment (OMEG). It can be run in a stand alone mode, or with the help of a server application such as EBS Suite. The latter was the only way to enable the use of EBS Client when running the Client in a standalone mode. Starting with Oracle 11G Release 2 (, EBS Client can connect with a server application such as EBS Suite in a standalone mode.
The following capabilities are provided:
o EBS Client is used to view the result of a given query on a given dataset.
o EBS Client can be used to generate a report or an XML template.
o EBS Client can be used to generate a DDL script.
EBS Client Administration:
o To use the Server, you must have the DBMS_XS.ADM privilege.
o To view a dataset, you must have the DBA_HISTOMORE privilege.
o To view a result of a query, you must have the DBA_HISTOMORE privilege.
EBS Client User Interface Features:
o Connect the application to a server, either directly or by first connecting to the BI Publisher server.
o Allows you to view the results of a query on a particular database.
o Allows you to generate new XML templates or reports.
o Allows you to update XML templates or reports.
o Allows you to generate DDL (Data Definition Language) script for an XML template, if any.
o Allows you to generate DDL script for a report.
o Allows you to view a dataset.
EBS Client Administration:
o To use the User Interface, you must have the DBMS_XS.ADM privilege.
o To view a dataset, you must have the DBA_HISTOMORE privilege.
o To view a result of a query, you must have the DBA_HISTOMORE privilege.
o To generate a report or XML, you must have the DBA_HISTOMORE privilege.
o To generate a DDL script, you must have the DBA_HISTOMORE privilege.

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XDO Client is an add-on to the Oracle XML Publisher component that connects to the Oracle database using JNDI access. XDO Client also provides a test mode where you can test your XML/BI Publisher templates.

Key features:
XDO Client provides…

Additional support for XDB applications
You can use XDO Client to connect to an XDB application, which provides you an XML database for Oracle BI Publisher reports.
With XDB Client, you can directly access XML data stored in an Oracle database, from your application. You can use this XML data to configure and test Oracle XML Publisher reports. This is true for XDB application with DISCOVER connection type (XDBCONN_DISCOVER_SID) or Application Container Database.
All you need is XDB Client and Oracle XML Publisher. You do not need XDB Server or Oracle BI Publisher Server.

XDO Client for Visual Oracle Designer
XDO Client for Visual Oracle Designer is an add-on to the Oracle XML Publisher Designer and Oracle Visual Data Modeler that provides you SQL Developer to Visual data model.
All the tables in the data model become tables in the Oracle database. You can use them to generate and test XML and XIB files for Oracle XML Publisher.
You can connect to Oracle XML Publisher, Visual Oracle Designer, XDB Data Source, XML Source, and XML Service from your application. You can also import XML files from your application and use them in XML Publisher.

Using XDO Client

XDO Client is available as a free pre-compiled 32-bit Windows installer. You can download and install XDO Client in minutes from a browser.

Create an XDB Clients Sharepoint List on OBI Publisher

To create and configure an XDB Client list on OBI Publisher, you need to do the following:

Login to the Oracle Database and connect to the database.

Open the EBS BI Publisher Application.

Navigate to the Advanced Settings section.

Select Create New Data Source.

Select New Data Source.

Select TNS on the list of available data source.

Select Browse to locate the data source.

Select Database ID.

Select XDB Client on the list of available data source.

Select Browse to locate the data source.

Select Client ID.

Select Client Group ID.

Select Title.

Select List ID

What’s New In XDO Client?

XDO Client creates PDFs, HTMLs, or XHTMLs (for WYSIWYG editing of tables, forms, and graphics) that can then be printed or viewed as a web page. It also generates print-ready PDF or HTML files so that they can be printed directly from the PC.
All these formats are also machine-readable for distribution of data to locations other than the BI Publisher, allowing you to build reports on a BI Publisher server and then upload them to the APEX REST API or REST data services.
This product is optimized for the APEX environment, but also works with Oracle PL/SQL.
Key features include:
– Generate PDFs, HTMLs, and XHTMLs, for complete WYSIWYG editing of tables, forms, and graphics
– Connect to the Oracle XE through the BI Publisher software
– Export data in Oracle XML/BI Publisher reports as XML data services
– Generate reports within the APEX Workbench environment
– Generate print-ready PDF and HTML documents
– Export data from APEX Data Services to XML/BI Publisher reports
– Work with Oracle PL/SQL
XDO Client requires that you have a Java-enabled machine in order to run. For client environments, we recommend Oracle Solaris or Unix, Linux and Macintosh environments. For server environments, we recommend Oracle Solaris or Linux environments.
XDO Client Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
Oracle XML Publisher Client

Oracle XML Publisher supports two types of files for exporting your data: Simple Reports and Rich Media Reports. A Simple Report is a print file in Postscript (PDF) format, HTML, or XHTML. A Rich Media Report is a file that consists of XHTML documents (WYSIWYG editing of tables, forms, and graphics). However, the following are not supported:
– The PDF format
– An HTML file that contains a formatting reference that is not similar to a XHTML file. Oracle recommends that you use HTML files that contain formatting references similar to those in XHTML files.

WYSIWYG editors
A WYSIWYG editor uses only standard HTML tags in a web page or PDF file, without the use of proprietary tags. The proprietary tags used in XML Publisher are:

Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

XML publishing technologies are not standards


System Requirements:

OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8 (32 or 64bit)
Processor: AMD Athlon II or equivalent
Memory: 1.25 GB
Video: DirectX 9.0 compatible video card
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 compatible sound card
Additional Notes:
Installer: 19 Mb
How to install:
1. Run Installer and click Run
2. A Install button will appear