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Changing system message in oracle reports when "after parameter form" trigger fails

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Hi,

Is it possible to change the message : "REP-0771: After parameter form trigger failed"
to personalized message in oracle reports.?
Thanks for answers
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by:Helena Marková
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You can use SRW.MESSAGE.
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by:sky_lt
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Thanks for answer, it helped. But now i have 2 messages displaying.
 Could you tell how i could suppress the message :
"REP-0771: After parameter form trigger failed"
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I am afraid that some messages cannot be suppressed (see Restrictions in the on-line help). It is similar as it is in Forms.
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