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I am working on Oracle application express, i am quite new to it.  I need to develop a simple data entry form, for the tables that reside in an another database, i have created dblink for that in the, but i am unable to locate the table for that database for a form in the wizard. But i am able to generate reports from the tables of that database using the dblink.
 I am unable to create a form is that because the the oracle application express forms doen't support  or i am doing it in a work?

is there any other way in which i can create data entry form for tables in a remote data base?
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Question by:vishali_vishu
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The user you use has to have to privilege to see the table.
I think it is privelege problem.
Reports need only select privelege, but forms needs also insert, update and delete privelege.
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Good luck!
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