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Hotkey (Ctrl+B) is not working after migration from Forms 6i to 10g

Posted on 2006-11-16
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Dear Gurus,
Need your help regarding the following problem:

After migrating from Forms 6i to 10g (Rel 2), Ctrl+B (used to list the blocks in a form) hotkey is not working anymore (all other hotkeys are working fine). I've checked my FMRWEB.RES and it contains an entry for Ctrl+B:

66   : 2 : "Ctrl+B"         : 70 : "Block Menu"

Am i missing something?

Regards
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by:riazpk
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Additional Information:

OS:           AIX

NLS_LANG = UTF8

fmrweb_utf8.res also contains the same text for Ctrl+B as above.
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by:DLyall
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Try copying fmrweb_utf8.res to fmrweb.res again

- cp fmrweb.res fmrweb.res.bkup
- cp fmrweb_utf8.res fmrweb.res

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by:riazpk
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Dear DLyall,
Both files are having same contents. I tried to reproduce it on my Windows Machine (with NLS_LANG set to AMERICAN_AMERICA.WE8ISO8859P1) and its not working as well. I don't have right to put move files on AIX server but i can try anything (on my local system) suggested by the Oracle gurus.

Regards,
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by:riazpk
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Never mind.

I raised a tar with Metalink and i came to know that this feature is obsolete in Forms 9i & 10g. I've requested to close this question.

Regards,
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