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Packt 1000th Title Marketing campaign – Pre Launch press release

1000th Title Marketing campaign – Pre Launch press release




13th September 2012

Packt Publishing reaches 1000IT titles and celebrates with an open invitation

Birmingham-based IT publisher Packt Publishing is about to publish its 1000th title. Packt books are renowned among developers for being uniquely practical and focused.  Packt books cover highly specific tools and technologies which IT professionals might not expect to see a high quality book on.

Packt would like you to join them in celebrating this milestone with a surprise gift – to get involved you just need to have already registered, or sign up for a free Packt account before 30th September 2012.

Packt published their first book in April 2004. One of the most prolific and fastest growing tech book publishers in the world, they now have books on everything from web development to web graphics, e-learning to e-commerce, IT architecture to games, and app development.

Packt supports many of the Open Source projects covered by its books through a project royalty donation, which has contributed over £300,000 to Open Source projects up to now. As part of the celebration Packt is allocating $30,000 to share between projects and authors in a genuinely unique way, soon to be disclosed on their website.

Dave Maclean, founder of Packt Publishing explains, “At Packt we set out 8 years ago to bring practical, up to date and easy to use technical books to the specialist tools and technologies that had been largely overlooked by IT publishers. Today, I am really proud that with our authors and partners we have been able to make useful books available on over 1000 topics and make our contribution to the development community.”

For more information about Packt, the kind of books they publish, and to sign-up for a free account before the 30th of September, 2012, please visit their website:

EBS Routine FDPREP cannot read the file report

While users trying to get report from EBS application, they face below issues

Routine FDPREP cannot read the file /u01/ERPPROD/apps/apps_st/appl/xxace/12.0.0/reports/US/test.rep.

Check if the file exists under correct product directory.

Check if the person who started the Concurrent Manager has read privileges on the
Concurrent Manager encountered an error while running Oracle*Report for your concurrent request 3756150.

Solution :

  • Check whether that particular report file exists on the same directory.  The file extension should be *.rdf format.
  • Check read write permission there for that file.
  • If three tiers running in your environment,  try to bounce the application step by step like first application tier and then web tier. Because the concurrent manager process working with application tier.