Im trying to make a connection to a database on a seperate machine using oracle forms. When I do so I get this error message:
FRM-40735 ON-ERROR trigger raised unhandled exception ORA-03114. (ORA-03114 means not connected to oracle)
The connection works for sql plus and ive put in an odbc connection just to be sure, but still there are problems. Has anyone had this problem before?
Do you receive the dialog box of the user name and password, once you open the forms runtime ?
if yes : this means you get connected and once after, you will be disconnected, which could be because of a network error, or because someone run an SQL*PLUS script that creates the table PRODUCT_USER_PROFILE, and inserted some records there that prevents you from connecting to the database through Forms, in this case check the mentioned table.
if no : this means that you have a trigger on the forms level called "on_logon" this trigger is fired instead of the dialog box, of user name and password, so the form is open successfully without being connected, and when it tries to execute the first SQL statement, it finds that it is not connected.
so check if you have a code on the trigger "on_logon"
either correct it or delete the trigger.
[QUOTE=mb;16571]Im running 8.05 EE on NT4 server and connecting from an NT client using forms 188.8.131.52.0.
The dialog box for username and password appears as soon as I open the forms application.
Product_user_profile has no data in it. Do I need to run a script to enable forms to be used?[/QUOTE]
I am facing the same problem...
I have cretaed a new form through wizard using templete.fmb.Also attached .pll . There is no custom pl/sql code.
Without attaching .pll it is working fine...but after attaching when executing through form builder getting this error message.....FRM-40735 ON-ERROR trigger raised unhandled exception ORA-03114..
FORMS_PATH is currect...
Developer 10g version 10.1.2.0.2 and
Database 10g Enterprise Edition Release 10.2.0.3.0 - Prod
PL/SQL Release 10.2.0.3.0 - Production