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Oracle Forms: runtime time short cut

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How can i create runtime short cut that i can use to run oracle form?

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annamalai77 earned 70 total points
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hi

where do u want ur shortcut to be.

if its on the desktop then its very simple
rightclick on the .fmx file and from the send to option choose the desktop option. once the shortcut is created go the the properties of the shortcut in that add like the one given below


under target type

d:\orawin95\bin\f50run32.exe <.fmx file  name> username@connectstring/password.

note : instead of d:\orawin95\ type the path where ur oracle folder is located.

under start in box

type the path where the bin folder is located.

regards
annamalai
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by:achille67
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thanks annamalai, i am having another prob. that is the .fmx is never generated.
I am building menu items and anytime i try to compile the form, i am having the following error message:
FRM-30087: Unable to create form file C:\Temp\Form\Practices\exercises\EX13_01.fmx.
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by:Helena Marková
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This is from the Forms on-line help:
FRM-30087:  Unable to create form file %s.

Cause:      You lack privileges in the specified directory, or you do not have the disk space required.

Action:      Contact your DBA to make sure you have the access privileges you need.
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