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Can the default file location be over ridden?

 
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Mhoffman



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PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2009 8:03 pm    Post subject: Can the default file location be over ridden? Reply with quote

The default file location provided by the forms60_path uses COMMON_TOP. We would like to use a more user friendly location. (Some place that an end_user can read and write from) We do not want to alter the FORMS60_PATH.
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PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2009 8:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi,

You can't change the forms playback file location without changing $FORMS60_PATH - they are the same thing and indeed the purpose of $FORMS60_PATH is to control where Oracle Forms writes these files. You can safely $FORMS60_PATH and only the Oracle Forms files will be written to the new location. The other files that are by default written to the directory pointed to by $FORMS60_PATH will still be written to that directory after you change $FORMS60_PATH, it is only the Oracle Forms files (i.e. the forms playback files and forms runtime diagnostics files, etc) that move when you change $FORMS60_PATH. If you are still not happy to change $FORMS60_PATH then please let me know what concerns you about changing this location.

Thaks,

Jonathan Stuart
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