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how to migrate oracle forms 10g to oracle forms 11g
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by:Aaron Shilo
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hi

read this for all resources concerning upgrade:
http://www.pitssamerica.com/pitsscon/upgradeforms.html
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I am looking for helpful information not for commercial advertisment.
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by:ponnuswamys
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You just need to recompile your forms in Oracle Forms 11g.  We do this as a project as well.

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