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OpenDoc URLs executes as Java but installed as IIS (.net)

BOE XI 3.1 as IIS (.net) deployment.

I've setup some Crystal Reports with notification alerts scheduled to email users with a default BOE placeholder variable link that would link to the report.

The link doesn't work because it's as follows:

SERVER:80/OpenDocument/opendoc/ openDocument.jsp ?sIDType=CUID&iDocID=AfuJd5SikidAnta9tyfNETI

As you can see in bold, it's trying to execute "openDocument.jsp" file. If I copy/paste that and change it to "openDocument.aspx", it works fine.

Question is, why is BOE sending out links under a jsp execution and not the aspx? I've checked the OpenDoc directory and no jsp files exists. Thats what prompted me to try .aspx file and see if that worked; and it did.

How can I fix this so that the URLs are being sent out as aspx, not jsp?

Edited by: Eric Choi on Nov 8, 2011 10:21 PM

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2011 at 11:19 AM

    Hi Eric,

    Have a look to this KBA. It's for version 9 but I presume it is exactly the same for 3.1



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    • Former Member

      Thank you. It wasn't exactly the same in BOE XI 3.1 but it did point me in the right direction.

      The setting for that was listed in CMC, under Applications, right click CMC, click Processing Settings and the URL can be changed in there.

      Thanks again.

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