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Web Forms gives FRM-99999 on inserts

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Aaarrrgghhh!
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We're running Developer 2000 v1.6.1 over the web,
using Oracle's forms listener f45ctl and database 7.3.4.  
We get an FRM-99999 when inserting records
using a Web Form.
We have a forms procedure that loops on:
      insert into report( UUI, ID, UUVAL)
      values ( uui, NULL, :query.view_uui)

The first 5 records are inserted successfully;
then it dies with FRM-99999.
When we try this in Dev 2K without using the Web
interface, it works great for all 500 records.

The "Details" of the FRM-99999 error seem to vary:
sometimes "socket closed", sometimes "EOFException",
sometimes "null pointer exception".

Please help!
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westheid earned 200 total points
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There exist a patch2 (in addition to patch1) for
Oracle-Developer-Server 1.6.1.
This patch will handle the FRM-99999 Errors.
Saw this with Oracle-Applications R11 OWAS 3.0.1.8 / ODS 1.6.1

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by:westheid
ID: 1082061
There exist a patch2 (in addition to patch1) for
Oracle-Developer-Server 1.6.1.
This patch will handle the FRM-99999 Errors.
Saw this with Oracle-Applications R11 OWAS 3.0.1.8 / ODS 1.6.1

Nevertheless there exists a Environment-Variable
FORMS45_TIMEOUT
Just set it to 1440 (seconds). This will help.


Bye
   Frank
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