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Reuse Connect dialog box on forms 6i run time to connect to another database

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Hello,

With regards to the Connect dialog on Oracle forms 6i via which we can
connect to Oracle database, should we use the same functionality on
forms run time again?
I mean, I want to make a window with three screen items for username,
password and service name. And on run time after connecting to the
database I use this window to reconnect to an other database.

So when I give the appropriate information, I will connect to the
required database.
I am using the following command on when button press, to connect to
database via forms but unfortunately this command runs only when the
standalone procedure builder invoke.

..CONNECT DB scott/tiger@test

Could you give me suggestion that how should I connect to required
database on forms run time?

Thanks

David
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Hello,

With regards to the Connect dialog on Oracle forms 6i via which we can
connect to Oracle database, should we use the same functionality on
forms run time again?
I mean, I want to make a window with three screen items for username,
password and service name. And on run time after connecting to the
database I use this window to reconnect to an other database.

So when I give the appropriate information, I will connect to the
required database.
I am using the following command on when button press, to connect to
database via forms but unfortunately this command runs only when the
standalone procedure builder invoke.

.CONNECT DB scott/tiger@test

Could you give me suggestion that how should I connect to required
database on forms run time?

Thanks

David


Please try to write down which are you functional requirements. Your
question seems to indicate you have absolutely zero idea what you are
doing and what databases are all about. If so, try to learn what an
Oracle database is, try to understand Oracle != Sqlserver, and/or hire
someone who can address your functional requirements.
In the meantime, please don't try to repost your current questions
over and over and over again. People here have been really trying to
understand what you are trying to accomplish. The problem is you
'think' you know the solution (which you don't) and we can't read your
mind, and understand what you are up to, other than create a big mess.

Regards

Sybrand Bakker
Senior Oracle DBA
Jul 19 '05 #2

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