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Oracle forms - Gives me a cancel query dialog on long querys

Posted on 2003-11-12
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when launching my form on long queries I get a oracle generated (I think as I didnt build it) message saying

cancel query
Press cancel to end this database operation.

I havework with forms for a year now and have never encountered this before. Does anyone know how I can shut this off and why I am getting this message, as I have other applications with longer quieries where this message does not show up.
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andrewst earned 20 total points
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Look at the form-level parameter "Interaction Mode", it has been set to "Non-blocking", whereas the default is "Blocking".
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Thanks

I must have accidentally changed that.
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