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Records not display when i selected ORACLE FORMS

Posted on 2013-12-21
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Hi all,

I selected 'INDIRECT' on the one of the lov then only the records are displayed, if i select as 'Indirect'(1st letter capital other are small) not displays records .What are the problem on this ? Please suggest me.


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Question by:hinamansoor
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Click on "Request Attention" and get your question moved to the Oracle Topic Area.
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Mark Geerlings earned 500 total points
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Oracle Forms is case-sensitive, at least by default.  So, if the records actually contain upper-case data, you will need to enter search criteria in upper-case.
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