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This is a little unclear. If your goal is to use the Forms Builder Debugger while running your form on a Unix machine, this can be done. However, the form must first be in running order. So before trying to attach the debugger you must first be able to start it without the debugger. For example:
Once this is properly running you can turn on debugging. If your form won't even start, then using the Debugger isn't going to help you because it is designed to troubleshoot coding problems and not configuration problems.
So, do this to use the Debugger:
This will display a dialog box with some information. Do not click on OK yet as you will need this information to enter into the Forms Builder. Now, open the Forms Builder and click on Debug > Attach Debug. You will be asked for the information displayed in the dialog where you attempted to start the form. Enter it here (in the Builder) then click on ok in both places. To display the Debugger (in the Builder), click on Debug > Debug Console. Then from its toolbar click on the buttons related to what you want to monitor. Including a break point in your application code is often a more helpful way to use the debugger.
Most of this information is explained in the Forms Builder Online Help
Forgot to mention...
To debug runtime issues, refer to the Forms Deployment Guide here (this assumes you are using 11.1.2):
Edited by: Michael Ferrante (Oracle) on Feb 21, 2013 1:45 PM
This is helped me to solve somany isues...
Edited by: Shackir on Feb 23, 2013 4:03 PM
Mr Michael Ferrant,
In 6i Forms we can execute query while debugging our form. But i could not find out the same in 11G.
How to execute a query while debugging a form...?
Your question is unclear or incomplete. What do you mean you cannot execute a query while debugging? If you are at a breakpoint this is likely true. Step out of the break point to continue and execute your query.