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Error FRM:18108 [message #390604] Sun, 08 March 2009 08:42 Go to next message
sudhir.sbt
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Hi

I am getting the error message FRM:18108 while opening the Item Master standard form for customization.

I have copied resource folder from the AU_TOP directory to my local machine, into the directory : C:\oracle\orads\forms90.

I have also check the registry values :
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> SOFTWARE -> ORACLE -> HOME1 ->
FORMS90,
FORMS_PATH
contains the path C:\oracle\orads\forms90.

Also I have added the entry in the "Start in " parameter of the Forms Builder shortcut.
http://www.orafaq.com/forum/t/139677/0/

(I am runnning Forms on WinXPSP1)

FRM-18108: Failed to load the following objects.

Source Module:INVIDCTY
Source Object: STRUCTURE_NAME_QF_LOV
Source Module:INVIDCTY
Source Object: CATEGORY_SET_QF_LOV
Source Module:INVIDXRF
Source Object: INVIDXRF_FORM
Source Module:INVISDRI
Source Object: INVISDRI_FORM
Source Module:INVIDSUB
Source Object: INVIDSUB_GROUP
Source Module:INVSTAND
Source Object: INV_PARAMS
Source Module:INVSTAND
Source Object: INV_STANDARD_PC
Source Module:INVSTAND
Source Object: INV_RECORD_GROUPS
Source Module:INVIDCTY
Source Object: INVIDCTY_GROUP
Source Module:INVIDREV
Source Object: INVIDREV_GROUP
Source Module:INVISMPS
Source Object: INVISMPS_FORM
Source Module:INVIDMPN
Source Object: INVIDMPN_FORM
Source Module:APPSTAND
Source Object: STANDARD_FOLDER
Source Module:APPSTAND
Source Object: STANDARD_TOOLBAR
Source Module:APPSTAND
Source Object: STANDARD_CALENDAR
Source Module:APPSTAND
Source Object: STANDARD_PC_AND_VA
Source Module:APPSTAND
Source Object: FOLDER_ORDERBY
Source Module:BOMSTAND
Source Object: BOM_ID_PC
Source Module:INVIDCTY
Source Object: STRUCTURE_NAME_RG
Source Module:INVIDCTY
Source Object: CATEGORY_SET_QF_RG
Source Module:INVIDSUB
Source Object: REGION_CHOICE_QP
Source Module:INVSTAND
Source Object: INV_PARAMS
Source Module:APPSTAND
Source Object: STANDARD_PC_AND_VA
Source Module:APPSTAND
Source Object: STANDARD_TOOLBAR
Source Module:BOMSTAND
Source Object: BOM_REV_PC
Source Module:BOMSTAND
Source Object: BOM_REV_DATE_PC
Source Module:BOMSTAND
Source Object: BOM_REV_DATETIME_PC
Source Module:BOMSTAND
Source Object: BOM_ID_PC
Source Module:BOMSTAND
Source Object: BOM_ALTERNATE_PC
Source Module:BOMSTAND
Source Object: BOM_ALTERNATE_D_PC
Source Module:INVSTAND
Source Object: INV_ITEM_DESCRIPTION
Source Module:INVSTAND
Source Object: INV_ITEM
Source Module:INVSTAND
Source Object: INV_ORG_NAME
Source Module:INVSTAND
Source Object: INV_ORG_CODE

But still I am getting the above error.

Please guide me on resolving this error.
Please let me know where i am going wrong.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Re: Error FRM:18108 [message #390619 is a reply to message #390604] Sun, 08 March 2009 15:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Littlefoot
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Try to add a directory (that contains your forms and libraries) into the FORMS90_PATH in the DEFAULT.ENV file (you'll find it in Oracle_Developer_Suite_Home\forms90\server directory).
Re: Error FRM:18108 [message #390885 is a reply to message #390619] Tue, 10 March 2009 03:27 Go to previous messageGo to next message
sudhir.sbt
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Just corrected the path in the DEFAULT.ENV file.
But Still it is showing the same error.

Re: Error FRM:18108 [message #390890 is a reply to message #390885] Tue, 10 March 2009 03:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Littlefoot
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Hm, I was just re-reading your first message. You've said that
Quote:
FORMS_PATH contains the path C:\oracle\orads\forms90.

What happens if you put it into the FORMS90_PATH (note the difference!)?
Re: Error FRM:18108 [message #390896 is a reply to message #390890] Tue, 10 March 2009 03:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
sudhir.sbt
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Well it is also present in
FORM90_PATH.

Re: Error FRM:18108 [message #391535 is a reply to message #390896] Thu, 12 March 2009 08:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
sudhir.sbt
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I have resolved this error:

The error i was getting is like
FRM-18108: Failed to load the following objects.
Source Module:INVIDCTY
etc ...

Now I added these forms
INVIDXRF
INVIDSUB
INVSTAND
INVIDREV
INVISMPS
APPSTAND
BOMSTAND
INVIDCTY
INVIDSUB
into the local folder (C:\oracle\orads\forms90\erp\resource) and the error is resolved.

Thanks a lot for your initial guidance Littlefoot
Re: Error FRM:18108 [message #423267 is a reply to message #391535] Wed, 23 September 2009 03:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
monikabhakuni
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Hi,

I am facing the same problem. As while opening Template.fmb I am getting the error message as.

FRM-18108: Unable to loadthe following objects.
Source Module :APPSTAND
Source Object:STANDARD_PC_AND_VA
Source Module :APPSTAND
Source Object: STANDARD_TOOLBAR
Source Module :APPSTAND
Source Object: STANDARD_CALANDER

I have already set the forms90_path. I am using froms 10g. I aqm opening it using forms builder.

Best Regards,
Monika

Re: Error FRM:18108 [message #423449 is a reply to message #423267] Thu, 24 September 2009 05:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
sudhir.sbt
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Registered: February 2009
Location: San Jose
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Hi Monika,

You need to set the FORMS90_PATH if using forms9i and
FORM_PATH variables having values as the path to the forms which are showing as failed to load objects.


If using Form6i then set FORM60_PATH.

This will solve the issue.

Sudhir.
Re: Error FRM:18108 [message #423450 is a reply to message #423449] Thu, 24 September 2009 05:16 Go to previous message
sudhir.sbt
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Registered: February 2009
Location: San Jose
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Sorry for 10g I dont know the env. variable.

It might be FORMS10_PATH ..(just a guess )


Sudhir.
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