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Struts 2 Having Problems in Japser Reports in Solaris

 
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Is it possible that the WAR file works fine in Windows OS but in Soloris OS some data's are not retrieve or displayed. Can anyone help me about this issue?

heres the specs on the development that we used.

Framework: Struts 2
Server: Glassfish 3+
Reporting: Jasper Report

And also, is the issue is in the script or in the server ?

Thanks in advance.
 
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Sounds like a path hardcoded for windows environment. What do you see on the logs?
 
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If Issue is because of path that is used in code. please refer
The system-dependent default name-separator character. This field is initialized to contain the first character of the value of the system property file.separator. On UNIX systems the value of this field is '/'; on Microsoft Windows systems it is '\\'.
 
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Maneesh Godbole wrote:Sounds like a path hardcoded for windows environment. What do you see on the logs?



Is it OK if i paste the logs here?
 
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Yogesh Lonkar wrote:If Issue is because of path that is used in code. please refer
The system-dependent default name-separator character. This field is initialized to contain the first character of the value of the system property file.separator. On UNIX systems the value of this field is '/'; on Microsoft Windows systems it is '\\'.



Heres the scenario. In Windows all of the values are displayed or retrieved in the Report.

While in Solaris not all data's are displayed but there is a displayed values.

Is my explanation confusing?

Thanks for the reply.
 
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Sound like one one your JRXML template you used for compiling is not located. In windows example.JRXML and ExAmPlE.JRXML are both same files in particular directory but in UNIX file names are case sensitive so that example.JRXML and Example.JRXML are not the same files.
 
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