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Forms 6i: lost code when converting PLL to text

Posted on 2002-03-04
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Does anybody know a way in Forms 6i to convert a Forms library (PLL) to text (PLD) without losing the PL/SQL code?

The old way via Administration\Convert menu in Forms Builder 6i produces an empty file. I tried to play around with IFCMP60 and different parameters but so far no success...

Thank you in advance!
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When I use File, Administration, Convert from Forms Designer6i, and choose a PLL library it converts that to a *.PLD file just fine and puts all of the PL\SQL code into the *.PLD file.
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same by me, as markgeer commented, no problem
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Yes, you are right. Seems that I just made wrong test.

I found also the parameter wich makes the same in batch mode: SCRIPT=YES:

for %%f in (*.pll) do IFCMP60 module=%%f module_type=library script=yes userid=<connect_string>
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