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I was trying to find a clear upgrade path from forms (version 6.0.8.17.1 (Patch 8)) to Oracle Forms (10g Release 2).
The oracle site appear to only say you can upgrade from 6i to 10G. Other than such a general answer to the upgade I would be nice to see a complete upgrade tree.

I am looking for some good comments/documents/links to help outline the the upgrade requirements from:

Oracle9i database Release 9.2.0.1.0
Oracle Forms Runtime:      version 6.0.8.17.1 (Patch 8)
Oracle Forms Server:       version 6.0.8.17.1 (Patch 8)
Oracle Graphics Runtime:version 6.0.8.17.1 (Patch 8)
Oracle Reports Runtime:      version 6.0.8.17.0 (Patch 8)

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The latest Oracle versions (IE:  10g release 2).

Also any hints about the Oracle Application Server requirements to run the new upgrade.


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I am not sure if you have already looked at this.

Anyways
http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/forms/htdocs/forms904FAQ.html
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