FRM-91507 Error

Posted on 2004-10-26
Last Modified: 2012-08-14

I am trying to compile/run a form that contains an attached library.
I want to debug my code and view attached parameters passed to a parameter list.

I can compile and run my form fine. However when I come to a function part of the attached library, the code crashed/stops.
I tried to copile the attached library by itself but got the error:

FRM-91507: Internal Error: Unable to generate library

1) How can I resolve this issue ? and debug my code in the attached library ?

Also, I want to see the individual values of records contained in my parameter list with the Debug Console, using the variable or watch window.

2) How can I do this ?

I can only see the parameter list ID.

Question by:ptreves
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    Is is an Oracle Application or your form ?

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    This is from a Form in ORacle 9i.

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    You can try this: remove *.fmx and recompile library.

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