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Where should I be able to find the object library STNDRD20.OLB in Oracle Forms 6.
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Question by:maryeb
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They have moved and renamed some libraries.  Try out the following:

<<oracle_home>>\CGENF61\ADMIN\OfgSTND1.olb
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by:Helena Marková
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You have to install Forms Demo. Then you'll find STNDRD20.OLB in
<<oracle_home>>\TOOLS\DEVDEM60\DEMO\FORMS\
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I have the same result as HENKA.

remember that <<oracle_home>> is probably something like :
ORANT; or
ORA8i; or
ORA9i; or
ORAWIN; or
ORAWIN95; or
ORAWIN98
(without the semicolon)

JT

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I found the library OfgSTND1.olb.
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