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Setting up Oracle 10g to record/play

 
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JParsons



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PostPosted: Thu May 07, 2009 2:22 pm    Post subject: Setting up Oracle 10g to record/play Reply with quote

Hello,
I am having problems enabling record/play in the new release of the application eDataManagement by eResearchTechnologies. Record/Play works in the Oracle 9i version but not this one. (Oracle 10g, with Oracle 10gAS BI Forms). Does someone know how to enable record/play in this version? Thank you
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PostPosted: Mon May 11, 2009 8:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi,

Record/play does work in 10g forms however it is difficult to give instructions for eDataManagement. One tip we can give is that with 10g forms (at least when used with E-Business Suite) they will not work in recording mode unless also put in to playback mode, so you must include both record and play parameters to do a recording. The file you play from should be a dummy file containing either nothing or just the first 1 or 2 lines of valid playback instructions. Doing that should make recording work.

Regards,

Jonathan
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