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ROS ERROR: -201

Posted on 2004-10-14
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Hello,

Trying to open a Forms under Oracle 9i iDS under Windows XP Pro (SP2), all of a sudden I get the following error message:

ROS ERROR : -201

1) Any ideas ?

PT

PS: I was able to open my Form previously without any problems.
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by:Bigfam5
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What happened in-between begin able and recieving the error?

I might have something do to with your controlfile.  You might need to (re) create the controlfile making compatible with the current software
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konektor earned 500 total points
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this must be an user error (neither oracle error or forms error) : find out string "ROS ERROR" in source code of form ...
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by:ptreves
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Hello,

I got that error trying to open a Form in Oracle 9i iDS.
Nothing fancy.....

PT
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