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Map the same 6i C/S keys for 10 web [message #413851] Fri, 17 July 2009 16:40 Go to next message
igorcb
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Registered: October 2008
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I'm migrating from Forms 6i to 10g.

The users are familiarized with the default use of keyboard in 6i (F9-List values, F7-Enter Query, F8-Execute Query, etc.).

What I want to do is to keep these keys' functionalities in the migrated application.

Reading a little I found that I should change key-mapping in DevSuiteHome_1\forms\fmrweb.res file.

I've tryed these changes and none functioned:

1.- I have replaced DevSuiteHome_1\forms\fmrweb.res with DevSuiteHome_1\forms\fmrpcweb.res, restarted everithing and pressed F9 in my form, but nothing, Ctrl+L still is calling list_values.

2.- I downloaded a fmrweb.res file from another topic in this forum and that did not function either

3.- I added this line to my fmrweb.res :
120 : 0 : "F9" : 29 : "List of Values"
and nothing,

I even tryed to delete fmrweb.res to see if runnign the form from Forms Builder gives me an error but nothing changed.

My forms_path in regestry and in frmweb.cfg includes DevSuiteHome_1\forms path

WHAT AM I DOING WRONG?

Re: Map the same 6i C/S keys for 10 web [message #414602 is a reply to message #413851] Wed, 22 July 2009 21:08 Go to previous message
djmartin
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Registered: March 2005
Location: Canberra ACT Australia
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Have a look at these:
Font problems and keyboard mappings - Oracle? Forms Developer and Oracle Forms Services 6i (Patch 7)
http://www.oracle.com/technology/documentation/forms/6idocs/a92103_01.pdf
Keywords: keybinder.java, frmweb.res, frmpcweb.res
Also, this one referring to fmrplw.res:
http://www.orafaq.com/forum/t/78351/67467/
And this one referring to FRMPCWEB.RES
http://www.orafaq.com/forum/t/128527/67467/

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