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How can i call report from Oracle form 10g?

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I have a button in form, has been created from Oracle form 10g but i don't know how to call the report has supported by Oracle 10g from that button. Please help me call a report from that button.
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Create the button and provide it with WHEN-BUTTON-PRESSED trigger (see online help)

After that invoke RUN_REPORT_OBJECT builtin. There is a plenty of examples in the Forms onlone help.
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Could you show any examples or code example from button? more importantly, it have to run on Oracle Form 10g. And when we used it, the OC4J must be RUN. It mean call Dll through J2EE. That is a problem, how can i call a report throught a button.
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1. Create  BUTTON item in your Form.
2. Normally it will have WHEN-BUTTON-PRESSED trigger, but if not - add this trigger.

http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/forms/pdf/10g/frmrepparamform.pdf

http://www.orablogs.com/fnimphius/archives/000943.html


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