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Have you just taken TEMPLATE.fmb compile and attached to application?
We have resolved the problem. Turns out the set up for Oracle forms was not done correctly (path was wrong).
I am having this same problem. I just copied the template.fmb to a different name, compiled it and hooked it into the application. The window pops up but only field labels show up, no data. What would cause this?
what data do you expect to be shown?.. template is not based in any specific table of database, isn't it...? So no records would be retrieved...
The actual fields were not showing up. Had nothing to do with the data.
Turns out that the template.fmb doesn't have the initial map setup. Also, I found that a compile issue was occuring because the DBA hadn't setup the FORMS60_PATH to include all of the necessary directories. I have it working now.
please first run ur envoronment file
then generate the fmx file
and dont forget to change the fmx file to chareacter mode using
the following command.
change directory in linux where ur fmx file is stored.
chmod 775 TEST.fmx
Hope it works
Oracle Forms is a tool (somewhat like Visual Basic in appearance, but the code inside is PL/SQL) which allows a developer to quickly create user-interface applications which access an Oracle database in a very efficient and tightly-coupled way. It was originally developed to run server-side in character mode on any Unix box, before Windows existed. It was then ported to Windows to function in a client-server environment. Recent versions have been ported to Java. It now runs in a J2EE container and can integrate with Java and web services.