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I have managed to successfully create, upload and print SQL based reports using pentaho reporting server. Now I want to be able to create Object based reports. I created a report template using OpenERP models and uploaded it. When I go to print I get a error saying,
Odoo Client Error
SyntaxError: JSON.parse: unexpected end of data at line 2 column 1 of the JSON data
When I further looked into the creation of object based reports it's said that,
"For object based data sources, the Pentaho server will use XML-RPC to connect to the current database using the interface and port as defined in the OpenERP config file, and the reporting user's credentials."
But when I looked at the pentaho configuration the,
Is this the reson for that error and if so what is xml interface and port values?
Hello I had the same problem you can find in the core.py file on the line 145 you can see this
This gets an empty string. If you set the corect value of the password your report will get rendered corectly.
I foud this problem to happen in another case. If you make a report in Pentaho Report designer 5.2. Opening the report in Pentaho 5.0.1 and resaving it may help.
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