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Hello you can add the calendar in two ways, in a forms object group build with all forms items or as a javabean.
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You don't need a java bean to have a the calendar that uses these objects.
calender.pll and STNDRD20.OLB are part of Forms 6i Demo, if you don't have them you can download the 6i Demo from [url http://www.oracle.com/technology/sample_code/products/forms/6idemos.html]Forms 6i Developer and Forms 6i Services Demos
There are documentations and help files on how to attach and use each and every components of the demo in your application.
I now but in 6i you can use the oracle javabean calendar item, easier and leaner to use, but you are right ,calender.pll and STNDRD20.OLB that's what I meant by object group
I now but in 6i you can use the oracle javabeanThe mentioned objects are within an object library, just drag and drop to your form, I found it easier to manage it across a big application when it is subclassed. Though you can have nicer calendars with using Java :-)
calendar item, easier and leaner to use, but you are
right ,calender.pll and STNDRD20.OLB that's what I
meant by object group