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Oracle Developer 2000 R2.1

Posted on 2004-10-22
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I click on Start...
Then Programs...
Then Developer 2000 R2.1...
Then Form Builder...

As the form builder application is opening I get the error message:

FRM-18105: Failed to start the help system

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Problem #2

Then when I attempt to close the Form Builder application
I get the error message:

FRM-10150: Error occurred while trying to save the preferences


Please help, Thank you in advance...

Wes
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    Make sure you use the Oracle Home Selector tool to select Developer environment.
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