Web service report parameters

Hi,
just wondering is it possible to retrieve more info regarding report parameters using web service, I can only get following:
multiValuesAllowed
name
values
basically could a call register some other classes than call.setReturnClass(ReportDefinition.class) or call.setReturnClass(ParamNameValue [].class) which gives me the same info.
The reason why I'm asking is because I'd like to be able to get:
id / name
data type
label
default value
value set
and so on... so I can create my own prompt page in which user could set/select desired values and then run report with those values. Is this making any sense?
Looking at this document http://oraclebizint.wordpress.com/2007/10/25/oracle-bi-publisher-101331-web-services-first-impressions/ it looks like it is not possible, are there any workarounds.
At the moment I'm doing this by parsing xdo and that way I can get parameters, value sets and so on, then using api I'm generating reports, but I don't like this approach...
Any advices and help regarding this are welcome.
Thanks in advance,
Tomislav.

Hi
I hope you have already found an answer for your question, if not, please check the post Re: Getting null bytes using PublicReportService_v11.wsdl
I've found and described an issue similar to the one you are facing.
IHTH
Please, let me know.
Marco

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    for (var intRowIndex=0;intRowIndex<detailsTable2.rows.length;intRowIndex++)
    for (var intColumnIndex=0;intColumnIndex<detailsTable2.rows(intRowIndex).cells.length;intColumnIndex++)
    if(intColumnIndex != 3)
    objWorkSheet.Cells(intRowIndexGlobal+1,intColumnIndex+1) = detailsTable2.rows(intRowIndex).cells(intColumnIndex).innerText;
    intRowIndexGlobal++;
    for (var intRowIndex=0;intRowIndex<detailsTable3.rows.length;intRowIndex++)
    for (var intColumnIndex=0;intColumnIndex<detailsTable3.rows(intRowIndex).cells.length;intColumnIndex++)
    if(intColumnIndex != 3)
    objWorkSheet.Cells(intRowIndexGlobal+1,intColumnIndex+1) = detailsTable3.rows(intRowIndex).cells(intColumnIndex).innerText;
    intRowIndexGlobal++;
    for (var intRowIndex=0;intRowIndex<detailsTable4.rows.length;intRowIndex++)
    for (var intColumnIndex=0;intColumnIndex<detailsTable4.rows(intRowIndex).cells.length;intColumnIndex++)
    if(intColumnIndex != 3)
    objWorkSheet.Cells(intRowIndexGlobal+1,intColumnIndex+1) = detailsTable4.rows(intRowIndex).cells(intColumnIndex).innerText;
    intRowIndexGlobal++;
    objExcel.Visible = true;
    objExcel.UserControl = true;
    </Script>
    I haven't tested this. But it should work! :)Regards,
    Venkatesh R
    /* My Code Runs in Visual Studio 2010 */
    http://geekswithblogs.net/venkatx5/

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