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Form Compililation Error (Bad Bind Variable 'parameter.G_query_find') [message #381498] Sat, 17 January 2009 06:04 Go to next message
musa_sh
Messages: 1
Registered: January 2009
Location: Lahore
Junior Member
Dear All!

I have developed form in R12 and my form compile successfully in Form Builder. But when i compile the form on apps Server then show me error as "
Compiling KEY-NXTBLK trigger on QUERY_FIND data block...
Compilation error on KEY-NXTBLK trigger on QUERY_FIND data block:
PL/SQL ERROR 49 at line 2, column 1
bad bind variable 'parameter.G_query_find'
PL/SQL ERROR 49 at line 2, column 1
bad bind variable 'parameter.G_query_find'
PL/SQL ERROR 49 at line 4, column 1
bad bind variable 'parameter.G_query_find'"

Dear I also used the Template Form of R12. Sendly, in parameter Section G_Query_find parameter defined. In Attach Library section library attached APPCORE (APP_FIND(BLOCK NAME)is exist.
The Type of Parameter is Char and i assign the Value in single Code 'TRUE' /'FALSE'. The Version of DB Applied RUB6 also.

so please Tell me who does i compile the form?

Thanks
Re: Form Compililation Error (Bad Bind Variable 'parameter.G_query_find') [message #381924 is a reply to message #381498] Tue, 20 January 2009 05:32 Go to previous message
parag_narkhede
Messages: 110
Registered: January 2008
Location: Pune
Senior Member
I will develop the form in R12 and check your problem. But in the meantime please check following things:

1. Have you downloaded template.fmb in binary mode of FTP?
2. Have you got any errors when opening template.fmb in form builder?
3. In object navigator of form builder, does it shows parameter, g_query_find in parameter list?

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