I use the following script to batch compile all forms in a directory:
for i in `ls *.fmb`
echo Compiling $i ....
$FORMS_INSTANCE/bin/frmcmp_batch.sh userid=userid/password@host batch=yes module=$i module_type=form
It works fine, but if I have a huge number of forms (fmb) to compile, I don't know which ones did not compile due to any error, unless I count each .fmb vs .fmx. All files gerenate a .err, even if it compiled ok.
Is there a way to know which ones did not compile easily? What dou you suggest?
If you look into the err-file you will see that only those who errored have the text "error" (maybe in your language) int it. So you could do some find of grep other the err-file and search to that text.