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When I run the Graphic's executables
g60runm or g60batm, I get the following
error:
OG-01603 Unable to create PL/SQL Development Environment context.

How can I fix this ???


**** I have solved this problem. ****

I have another question. I have found in order for g60runm/g60batm to execute my graphics script properly, I need to have
a active X Windows Display running. How can I run g60runm/g60batm
without a X Windows Display running. The end result is a .gif file which contains a graph.
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by:jtrifts
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I think you should be running gorun60.exe or gobat60.exe

What versions of D2K6 are you running?

JT
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I am running the Solaris version of
ORACLE Developer. Version 6.0
ORACLE Graphics Revision 6.0.5.28.0
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Edited text of question.
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sudhir_pant earned 200 total points
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The Graphics can be run only under X.
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