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Calling reports from a form with 10g Oracle Developer using when button pressed.

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Help, I'm getting FRM-40735 WHEN_BUTTON_PRESSED trigger raised unhandled exception ORA-06508. I created a form and then used two buttons to call two different reports then of course I have an exit button.

I can't get the form to call the reports.  I used the Run_Report_objects since the Run_product woudn't work.

I don't know if I need to create some procedure or what's necessary.

Help..
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Can you post your code here, the code which you have written for WHEN-BUTTON-PRESSED.  ORA-06508 error is encountered when stored procedures/functions are not found.  I have given the cause and action below. I cant figure out why you are getting this in WHEN-BUTTON-PRESSED unless you are making a call to a stored procedure somewhere.  So post your code and we will go forward


ORA-06508: PL/SQL: could not find program unit being called
Cause: An attempt was made to call a stored program that could not be found. The program may have been dropped or incompatibly modified, or have compiled with errors.
Action: Check that all referenced programs, including their package bodies, exist and are compatible.
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