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saraujobr.spw



Joined: 27/08/2010 15:20:09
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Hi,

I have deployed a JasperReport that i have designed using SpagoBI Studio/iReport to the SpagoBI Server.

With the user biadmin the execution is ok.

But when i try to execute it with the user bidev, it shows "Loading roles ..." and nothing happens.

PS: The report has Development state

I use:

Demo-SpagoBI-2.6.0-apache-tomcat-6.0.18;

SpagoBI Studio 2.5;

iReport 3.7.4

Thanks for the help
arod.spw

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Joined: 06/07/2010 21:54:53
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When creating a new document, you must give access permission to the role into the functionalities tree "directory" where you are storing your document; you have to give permission to the menu item you are using to access your doc as well. That same thing applies for your parameters (check for given permissions).
Hope that helps.

However, i suggest you to check your logs to see if you can find more info.
saraujobr.spw



Joined: 27/08/2010 15:20:09
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Hi Arod, thank you by your help.

The user bidev belongs to the role /spagobi/dev that has access to the folders Functionalities/Dev/Report with the States Development, Test and Execution.

I have deployed the report to the SpagoBI Server using the cretentials of the user biadmin, because if i use bidev the deployment is not possible.

What logs do you refer?

Thanks
arod.spw

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Logs that generates when running your server and the engine you are using. In your server logs directory you can check for catalina.out for example in case you're using tomcat. Check out SpagoBI.log, and SpagoBIJasperReportEngine.log (or something like that) too.

If you're in Linux try monitoring those files with "tail -f yourlogfile", in win if i remember well once i used that command trough cyg-win but not sure
 
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