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Posted on 2001-06-29
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I would like to download FRM50SEC.SQL and/or FRM50BILD.SQL script. Could you please help me where it is found? I need this script to install a view called FRM50_ENABLED_ROLES or FRM45_ENABLED_ROLES. I need this view for menu access control.
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by:BIKASHMISHRA
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Thank you very much for your assurance.
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by:bkm
ID: 6238530
I am not sure whether it is available for download.  It should be part of the installation.  

Checkout your directory.
ORACLE_HOME\tools\db\forms50\frm50sec.sql
Other file also should be here.

Pleae note about this bug:

MISSING GRANT SELECT ON FRM50_ENABLED_ROLES ON FRM50SEC.SQL OFMPE1198

Bug No.: 637308  
Date: 06-MAR-1998  
Product: SQL*Forms  
Version: 5.0.5.4.0  
Fixed in version: 5.0.6.13.0  
RDBMS version: 7  
Platform: MS Windows NT  
Error: N/A  
Status: 80 - Development to Q/A  

Problem description:
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  Frm50sec.sql has missing the following line
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grant select on FRM50_ENABLED_ROLES to public;.
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so using security in form menus produces a frm-10256, unles you issue the grant
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Keywords:
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GRANT, SELECT, FRM50_ENABLED_ROLES
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Available workarounds:
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To issue manually the grant
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Related bugs:
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It's bug#301787 on frm45sec.sql, but changes hasn't been adapted to frm50sec.sql


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by:racher
ID: 6238748
If you are running Forms 6, which is the latest version of Forms the file has changed name and is located in

ORACLE_HOME\tools\dbtab60\form60\frm60bld.sql

This contains the view frm50_enabled_roles

Remember to logon as system and to create the the public synonym and grant select to public as well

Graham
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by:bkm
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Bikash.... Didn't hear anything from you.  Did anything work? :-)
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Lacking timely response from BIKASHMISHRA or contributing experts, but seeing that there is some useful info here, I recommend:
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