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LOGON Block in FOrm [message #356040] Wed, 29 October 2008 02:43 Go to next message
Derek N
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I have a form that is kicked off from a desktop shortcut. When run, the form immediately pops up with the Logon block asking for a Username, Password and Database together with buttons 'Connect' and 'Cancel'. On entering the correct details it continues into the form displaying the menu items.

When I open the form I cannot see where the above logon block is setup. I have put messages into When-New Form_instance and Pre-From triggers and they only display after entering the logon details.

Where is the setup done to call this logon block.


Thanks
Re: LOGON Block in FOrm [message #356051 is a reply to message #356040] Wed, 29 October 2008 03:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Littlefoot
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What is the command line used in the shortcut? Which form does it call?

This "logon" block you are talking about: are you sure that it belongs to that form, or is it Oracle's default logon window (as this one)?

./fa/5212/0/
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Re: LOGON Block in FOrm [message #356306 is a reply to message #356040] Thu, 30 October 2008 04:43 Go to previous message
Derek N
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The command line parameters for 'Target' in the shortcut is:
C:\Oracle\dev6i\BIN\ifrun60.EXE J:\APPS\RELEASE\autologon.fmx

I am looking at the autologon.fmb.

The logon block belongs to the form and is not the default logon block (See attached). However, when I run the the application from forms builder the Logon block does not appear, but throws out an indicating Invalid Username / Password.

So it seems this logon block is not within the form.
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