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compiling oracle forms 10g on solaris

Posted on 2007-11-30
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Hello Forum Members,
I have develped forms 10g on windows. I have ftped it to solaris box.when i triend to compile them using frmcmp i am getting the following error:
ksh:frmcmp:not found.

Can you please advise me.

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find out or contact your SA/DBA to find out where is the Oracle forms installed.

Then set that directory path in the PATH variable in your unix login .profile

Once this is done, you should be able to run any binary from the oracle forms.

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