Oracle 10g and Forms6i connectivity
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  1. #1
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    Oracle 10g and Forms6i connectivity

    Hello everybody,

    I have created some developer forms in 6i using Oracle 9i database.
    Recently we shifted/upgraded our database to 10g. But we are facing problems with the compiling of these forms with 10g. I am attaching the error code below. Does anyone has an idea about the same please revert.

    Thanx.

    Compiling PRE-INSERT trigger on ENCAPSULATION data block...
    Compilation error on PRE-INSERT trigger on ENCAPSULATION data block:
    PL/SQL ERROR 0 at line 0, column 0
    ORA-00600: internal error code, arguments: [17069], [49241492], [], [], [], [], [], []


    Compilation errors have occurred.

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    Have you checked oracle metalink...

    The first attribute in the error ORA-00600 gives the internal bug number. By searching for this in metalink(metalink.oracle.com) you will get the required information.

    Information from metalink :

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    Applies to:
    Oracle Server - Enterprise Edition - Version: 10.1.0.4.0
    This problem can occur on any platform.

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    What is the version of Forms 6i?

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    Well it is Forms 6i and the detail versioning is Forms [32 Bit] Version 6.0.8.8.0 (Production) .

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    Have to test your application with 10g ?

    Check forms/reports compability with 10g.

    May be you have to apply patch for 6i.

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