1600647 - Error saving and exporting web intelligence report to the same folder using Web Intelligence RIch client in 3-tier mode after report conversion of Desktop Intelligence report

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1600647 - Error saving and exporting web intelligence report to the same folder using Web Intelligence RIch client in 3-tier mode after report conversion of Desktop Intelligence report

Symptom

  • Error saving and exporting web intelligence report to the same folder using Web Intelligence RIch client in 3-tier mode after report conversion of Desktop Intelligence report
  • The error message is : Could not save the document to the repository for the following reasons: [repo_proxy 30] DocumentFacade::exportDocument -
    java.langException: the object already exists [repo_bridge - BridgeDocumentFacade::exportDocument] (WIS 30567)

Environment

  • Business Objects Version: BOXIR3.1 SP3
  • Server Operating System: Windows Server 2008
  • Web and Application server: Tomcat, Web Logic 10.0 on Unix
  • Reporting Database: Oracle 10.2.0.4.
  • Java or .NET : Java
  • Jdk version: 1.6
  • Authentication type: LDAP, Enterprise

Reproducing the Issue

  1. Create simple DeskI report using Island Resorts Marketing universe
  2. Save and export the report to the Favorites folder of the repository.
  3. Use report conversion tool to convert the DeskI report to WebI report
  4. Launch WebI rich client in 3-tier mode and import the same WebI report and refresh the data.
  5. Export to the repository to the Favorites folder.

    Error " Could not save the document to the repository for the following reasons: [repo_proxy 30] DocumentFacade::exportDocument -
    java.langException: the object already exists [repo_bridge - BridgeDocumentFacade::exportDocument] (WIS 30567)" is thrown.
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Resolution

This ssue is not observed after installing XIR3.1 SP3 FP3.5

Keywords

Bridge document, report conversion tool, deski, webi, 3-tier, rich client , KBA , BI-RA-WBI , Web Intelligence , Problem

Product

Crystal Reports 2008 V0