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Oracle Forms 11g - Run_Product not working

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We are upgrading Oracle Forms from 6i to 11g. We have Run_Product in menus:
Run_Product(REPORTS, 'aged_sum_grp', SYNCHRONOUS, RUNTIME, FILESYSTEM, pl_id, null);
Would you please provide step by step instructions of how to convert this line in 11g.

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Luchuan
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