Do the OOTB reports work successfully?
What version of JasperSoft is installed?
Any additional errors noted in the JasperSoft logs?
1. Yes, the OOTB reports work well. I am trying to generate a customized report
2. The version is 6.3
no additional error log just the install log.
I would recommend opening a CA Support case for further investigation.
Tibco Support might need to be engaged to determine the cause of this error.
Anything of interest in the jasperserver..log file?
Also this could be happening becuase of how the domain is defined. Try creating a adhoc view with a simple domain and see of error disappears.
Please what do you mean by simple domain?
Maybe I am confused to what you are trying to accomplish? Please describe the steps you are following that leads to the error.
Yes I am running a script which generates information on the database and am trying to replicate on the jasper tool.
To create ad Adhoc Report one needs to follow below steps:
1) Create Domain
2) Create an Adhoc View based on the domain
3) Create an Adhoc Report based on the Adhoc View.
Based in the comments in this mesage stream it is not clear to me that the steps outlined above has occured.
I followed these steps, if am correct it is during the process of creating a domain you can run a script?
Please share detail information about requirement, i think that would be best because your OOTB thing working fine, may be your script or connection may require changes.
I noticed now that one out of the two tables I included in my script is not showing all the columns in jasper whereas I cannot inner join.
Maybe this helps?
For some out of the box domains it's not possible - CA Knowledge
I also found an example when the column name contains space in it
Error in adhoc view | Jaspersoft Community
and some others saying a bug. If none of the suggestions here helps maybe time to open a Support case?
This might be due to domain definition.
Are you using sdm odbc driver or jdbc driver?
could you share domain definition or the script you are using to create the domain ?
are you using binary fields (uuid)?
I am using jdbc driver and below in yellow is the script
select count(a.id) as Total_No,b.last_name,a.status from call_req a, ca_contact b
where a.group_id= b.contact_uuid
group by b.last_name,a.status
order by b.last_name,a.status
I used your script to create a view in SQL like :
create view community
as select count(a.id) as Total_No,b.last_name,a.status from call_req a, ca_contact b
this view is stored in SQL.
I then created a new domain in jasper using this view
in display tab specify fields to be included in your future adhoc view and adhoc report:
click OK and Submit your domain.
Now create an adhoc view using this domain:
here is an example of your query:
I have seen the steps, do you mean I have to create a view because I see you modified the script?
in fact, it sounds that jasper and domain in particular doesn't "like" binary fields like uuid. this is why you can not see all the columns in Jasper Domain.
Creating View is one answer.
Other answer could be to use Topics. Topics are reports developped in JasperStudio and published to jasperServer under "topics" directory in Jasper Server.
So Using jasperStudio create a new report with your query. Save it and Publish it to jasperserver under topics directory.
Now you can create an Adhoc View using this topic.
Click Create AdHoc View and you will see your topic among the list of domains available:
I hope that help.
Yes creating the view solved the error message. Thank you for the assistance.
Thanks for the assistance earlier but I still have a challenge, I want to be able to create the report based on
A time range like specify ‘ June 16 – June 23 ‘ because its bringing information on all incidents created.