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Regarding 6i to 10g Conversion [message #382996] Mon, 26 January 2009 23:30 Go to next message
NasirPanwar
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Hi All,

We are converting our forms application from forms 6i to 10g(10.1.2.0.2). It is currently running on windows OS. Now it will go on Linux. All forms have some plls attached and also referenced some objects from a form. Plls and forms had the uppercase names. Now we are converting them to lower case. On windows the forms are compiling. but when we put any form Linux and compile, it gives error. we reattached the plls and referenced the objects again, then it successfully compiled on Linux. The problem is we have to open each form and reattach plls and refer objects again. Is there any way to do the attachment and refer objects from command line?

Thanks & Regards
Nasir Mehmood Panwar
Re: Regarding 6i to 10g Conversion [message #383020 is a reply to message #382996] Tue, 27 January 2009 00:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
djmartin
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No.

David
Re: Regarding 6i to 10g Conversion [message #383022 is a reply to message #383020] Tue, 27 January 2009 00:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
NasirPanwar
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Thank you for your quick reply.
Re: Regarding 6i to 10g Conversion [message #383028 is a reply to message #383022] Tue, 27 January 2009 00:26 Go to previous message
djmartin
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Sorry. I have been in the same position as you are now. It was the only way. But as you must do a recompile and regenerate of each form, it only took a short time longer.

David
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