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Calling graphs parameter in forms builder

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I want to get the value of Oracle graphs parameter in form builder. I've used WHEN-BUTTON-PRESSED trigger and have written the following code

declare
val varchar(50);

begin
val := og.getCharParamter('MYGRAPH.OGD','GRAPHAREA','EMP_NO');
message(val);
end;

it gives me the error:
og-01629

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Question by:motorway
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I think that you would write:

val := og.getCharParam('MYGRAPH.OGD','GRAPHAREA','EMP_NO');
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Is OG.PLL library in your FORMSxx_PATH ?
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You have also pay attention to:

- writeable working directory
- setting GRAPHICSxx_PATH
- using correct version of og.pll library (from FORMS & REPORT xx DEMO)
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