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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Forms Services Deployment Guide
11g Release 2 (11.1.2)

Part Number E24477-03
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D Forms Error Messages

FRM-10200: Illegal function in this context.
Cause: You pressed a key that is not valid in this context.
Action: Press [Show Keys] to view a list of valid function keys.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10201: No parameters needed.
Cause: You pressed [Enter Application Parameters] or [Enter Menu Parameters], but none are required in this context.
Action: No action required.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10202: Menus are nested too deeply.
Cause: You tried to select an item that would nest menus more than 10 deep.
Action: Press [Main Menu] to return to the main menu, then navigate to the menu of your choice.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10203: Selected item is not in this menu.
Cause: In a full-screen menu, you entered a number that exceeds the maximum number of menu items.
Action: Choose an item that is on this menu.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10204: No command defined for the selected background item.
Cause: You pressed [Background Menu n], where n was greater than the maximum number on the background menu.
Action: No action required. Press [Show Background Menu] to see the valid background menu items.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10205: Menu %s not found.
Cause: In the choice field of a full-screen menu, you entered a menu name that does not exist in this application or is not found in the library.
Action: No action is required if the menu does not exist in the application. If it does, recompile the library.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10206: memory allocation failure
Cause: A memory allocation failed when Forms Runtime attempted a menu operation.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10207: No background menu present.
Cause: You pressed [Show Background Menu], but no background menu exists.
Action: No action required.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10208: Parameter %s not found.
Cause: A menu item referenced an undefined parameter.
Action: Contact your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10209: No next menu from background in this context.
Cause: The application attempted to navigate to a named menu from the background menu.
Action: No action required.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10210: Response required.
Cause: You did not enter a required parameter, or you left the choice field blank in a full-screen menu.
Action: Make an entry.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10211: Field must be filled completely.
Cause: You partially entered a parameter that must be entered completely.
Action: Enter enough data to completely fill the field.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10212: Login failed for this username and password.
Cause: You specified an illegal username and password.
Action: Check the username and password and try again.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10213: Login procedure terminated.
Cause: You failed to logon to ORACLE three times in a row.
Action: No action required. If you are a valid user, check your user name and password.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10214: No authorization to run any application.
Cause: You are not a valid user of any module in Oracle Forms.
Action: No action required. If you think that you should be a valid user, ask your DBA to grant you access to the module you wish to run.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10215: No help available.
Cause: You pressed [Help], but none is available for this item.
Action: No action required.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10216: Failed to spawn a command to the operating system.
Cause: The operating system could not spawn a sub-process.
Action: Refer to the error message that the operating system issued.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10217: No authorization for any item in selected menu.
Cause: You tried to move to a menu that has no items you can access.
Action: Check the menu name you entered and try again.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10218: Error for menu %s.
Cause: Oracle Forms could not read the library information for this menu, or an invalid menu name was specified.
Action: Recompile the library or correct the menu name.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10219: Item number is invalid.
Cause: In a full-screen menu, you entered an invalid number in the choice field.
Action: Check the item number and re-enter it.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10220: No detailed help available for this item.
Cause: You pressed [Help], but none is available for this menu item.
Action: No action required.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10221: Cannot read file %s.
Cause: Either file privileges are set incorrectly, or the library you tried to open is invalid.
Action: Recompile the application library and try again.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10222: Menu %s was created by an old version of the Form Compiler.
Cause: You are using a newer version of Oracle Forms than the one that created this menu module.
Action: Recompile the menu module and re-execute the command.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10223: Application parameter module does not exist.
Cause: The parameter information could not be located in the library. This may be due to a library file that is invalid, or one that contains a different application.
Action: Recompile the application library and try again. If this is unsuccessful, contact your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10224: Application bind variable module does not exist.
Cause: The bind variable information could not be located in the library. This may be due to an invalid library file.
Action: Recompile the application library and try again. If this is unsuccessful, contact your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10225: Could not read parameter data.
Cause: The application library is invalid.
Action: Recompile the application library and try again. If this is unsuccessful, contact your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10226: Could not read bind variable data.
Cause: The application library is invalid.
Action: Recompile the application library and try again. If this is unsuccessful, contact your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10227: Too many menu parameters.
Cause: The application contains more menu parameters than can be used on your operating system.
Action: Revise and recompile the application, or contact your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10228: Could not read help text.
Cause: The application library is invalid.
Action: Recompile the application library and try again. If this is unsuccessful, contact your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10229: Could not close file %s.
Cause: Operating system error or internal error.
Action: Contact your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10230: Application procedure module does not exist.
Cause: The procedure information could not be located in the library. This may be due to an invalid library file.
Action: Recompile the application library and try again. If this is unsuccessful, contact your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10231: Could not read procedure data.
Cause: The application library is invalid.
Action: Recompile the application library and try again. If this is unsuccessful, contact your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10233: Navigational procedures/macros not valid in current menu style.
Cause: You tried to use the full-screen, navigational packaged procedures, or macros in the pull-down or menu bar display style.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10234: Semicolon missing in macro statement.
Cause: The command line specified for this item has a syntax error.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10235: Macro %s not found.
Cause: The menu designer specified an undefined macro to be executed.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10236: No procedure/macro specified.
Cause: The menu designer has specified a blank command.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10237: Argument(s) not allowed for this procedure/macro.
Cause: The menu designer specified an argument to a command that does not take arguments.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10238: Error executing %s. Check argument(s).
Cause: The menu designer specified an argument to a command that does not take arguments.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10239: Cannot read form by that name.
Cause: Oracle Forms tried to read a form that does not exist in the current directory.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10240: Form name not specified.
Cause: Forms Runtime command did not give the name of a form to execute.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10241: Illegal operation when the Form Builder is active.
Cause: The menu designer specified a Built-in or macro that cannot be used when the Form Builder calls Forms Runtime.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10242: Cannot call linked-in Forms from Oracle Forms.
Cause: The menu designer specified a call to linked-in Forms from within Oracle Forms.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10243: Error occurred during invocation of Oracle Forms.
Cause: A call to Forms Runtime failed.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10244: Application %s does not exist.
Cause: The application name you specified does not exist in the database, or you do not have access privileges to it.
Action: Check the application name and try again, or contact your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10245: Already on first item.
Cause: You pressed [Previous Item] from the first item in the parameter form.
Action: No action required. You cannot go to an item prior to the first item in a parameter form.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10246: Error executing packaged procedure - inactive form.
Cause: The menu designer specified a built-in that cannot be executed in the current context.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10247: No active items in root menu of application.
Cause: You tried to open an application but its root menu has no items that you can access. The root menu is either the application's main menu or another menu specified when Oracle Forms called Forms Designer.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10248: No direct menu selection allowed when using a root menu.
Cause: The root menu is not the module's main menu, because Oracle Forms specified another root menu when calling Forms Designer.
Action: No action required. You can only use direct menu selection when the module's main menu is the root menu.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10249: No authorization to run application %s.
Cause: You are not a valid user of the application you tried to run.
Action: No action required. If you think you should be a valid user, ask your DBA to grant you access privileges to the application.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10250: Error initializing Forms Runtime application.
Cause: You did not name the module properly.
Action: Check the module name and enter it correctly.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10251: Unsupported command type 4 switch used (-e,-i,-r,-w).
Cause: This menu option attempted to run a form, but specified a command line argument for Forms Runtime which is invalid when running a form from a menu.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10252: Unknown command type 4 switch used.
Cause: This menu option attempted to run a form, but specified an unknown command line argument for Forms Runtime.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10253: File name must be entered.
Cause: You have not entered a name (or you have deleted a name) for the file.
Action: You must enter a file name.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10254: Cannot open file for screen shot.
Cause: The operating system could not open a file (e.g. permission problems, lack of disk space).
Action: Resolve the operating system condition that caused the error.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10255: Error occurred during printing of screen shot.
Cause: The operating system had trouble with a file.
Action: Resolve the operating system condition that caused the error.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10256: User is not authorized to run Oracle Forms Menu.
Cause: You are not enrolled in Oracle Forms. You do not have SELECT permission on the Oracle Forms base tables.
Action: Notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10257: User is not authorized to select specified option.
Cause: You tried to select a menu item to which you do not have access.
Action: Choose another item or notify your DBA.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10258: Specified menu is already active.
Cause: You tried to navigate to the current menu.
Action: No action required.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10259: Invalid null argument to packaged procedure or function.
Cause: You did not specify an argument to a built-in, or the argument is invalid.
Action: Check the online Help for the proper built-in syntax.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10260: No active items in selected menu.
Cause: You do not have access privileges for any items in this menu.
Action: Contact your DBA for access privileges if you think you should have access to the items on this menu.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10261: Menu %s was created by a new version of the Form Compiler.
Cause: You are using an old version of Forms Runtime with a new version of the Form Compiler.
Action: Upgrade to new version of Forms Runtime.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10262: Cannot put radio items, check boxes, or separators in menu bar.
Cause: You attempted to put radio items, check boxes, or separators in menu bar.
Action: Put these items in a submenu.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10263: Cannot find icon file for iconic menu item.
Cause: No directory name for this icon.
Action: Contact the person who created the menu application.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10264: Specified menu item does not exist.
Cause: You specified a menu item that does not exist in the form.
Action: Try retyping the name or choose another item name.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10265: Library was created by an old version of the Form Compiler.
Cause: Oracle Forms cannot use library.
Action: Recompile the library with the current version of the Form Compiler.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10266: Library was created by a new version of the Form Compiler.
Cause: Oracle Forms cannot use library.
Action: Recompile the library with current version of the Form Compiler.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10267: Help type magic menu item must be placed on top-level menu.
Cause: You placed a help magic menu item on a submenu.
Action: Move the help magic menu item to the top-level menu (main menu).

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10268: Error: Program unit %s in library %s is uncompiled.
Cause: You called an uncompiled program unit from a library.
Action: Follow the PL/SQL program error.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10269: Warning! Program unit %s in library %s is uncompiled.
Cause: In debug Forms Runtime, you called an uncompiled program unit in a library.
Action: This is just a warning. Forms Runtime will attempt to compile and run the program unit.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-10270: Cannot attach library %s while opening menu %s.
Cause: The specified library file is attached to the given menu, but cannot be located in the search path for PL/SQL libraries.
Action: Make sure the library file can be located before attempting to run with the specified menu again. For example, have it in the working directory.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-21011: PL/SQL unhandled exception %s.
Cause: An unhandled exception occurred while executing a menu trigger.
Action: Examine the text of the exception in this message. If this indicates a cause, correct it. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 25

Trigger: None

FRM-40007: Invalid user identifier or password. Re-enter.
Cause: You entered an incorrect ORACLE username or password.
Action: Retype your username and password properly.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40010: Cannot read form %s.
Cause: One of the following:

1. You entered a nonexistent form name.

2. You typed an incomplete path.

3. You do not have the proper privileges to run the form.

4. You do not have a compiled copy of the form.

Action: Retype the form name correctly, provide the proper path name, contact your system administrator, or compile the form.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40011: Form was created by an old version of Oracle Forms.
Cause: The .FMB file was created with an old and incompatible version of the Form Compiler.
Action: Recompile the form or relink Generate.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40012: Form was created by a new version of Oracle Forms.
Cause: The .FMB file was created by a new and incompatible version of the Form Compiler.
Action: Recompile the form.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40013: Program Error: error occurred while reading form.
Cause: An internal error occurred while Oracle Forms was trying to read the .FMB file.
Action: Recompile the form.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40014: Not enough memory to load the form.
Cause: Internal error. Your computer does not have enough memory to run the form.
Action: The designer might be able to modify the form so that it will run. If that is not feasible, your installation must make more memory available, either by modifying the operating system parameters or by adding more memory to the computer.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40015: Unexpected end of file reading form.
Cause: The form was fragmented or incomplete.
Action: Recompile the form.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40019: Unknown screen number to display.
Cause: An internal error occurred.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40020: Page %d too small for this form.
Cause: Application design error. An item is positioned off the page.
Action: Ensure that all items that are associated with the given page fit completely on that page. You can reposition the items or resize the page.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40021: Item in form file is too large.
Cause: An internal error occurred while Oracle Forms was reading the form.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40023: Error creating record manager context.
Cause: Oracle Forms could not initialize its internal record manager.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40024: Out of memory.
Cause: Internal error. Your computer does not have enough memory to run the form.
Action: The designer might be able to modify the form so that it will run. If that is not feasible, your installation must make more memory available, either by modifying the operating system parameters or by adding more memory to the computer.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40025: Cannot suppress screen output without file input.
Cause: You tried to run a form on the command line using incompatible preferences. The output_file preference works only in conjunction with the keyin preference.
Action: Retype the command to include both the output_file and keyin preferences.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40026: Error opening key script file.
Cause: Oracle Forms cannot open the file you specified with the keyin preference.
Action: Make sure the file exists and the file protections are set properly. Or create a file with the keyin preference.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40027: Error opening display spool file.
Cause: Operating system error. Oracle Forms cannot open a file specified with the output_file preference because there is insufficient disk space or because you have specified an incorrect filename.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40028: Error opening message file %s%s%s.MSB.
Cause: Oracle Forms cannot find the message file.
Action: Make sure the message file exists and the appropriate path is set.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40029: Already logged on. Must logout before changing connections.
Cause: The Login() Built-in was issued while already logged on.
Action: Use the Logout() Built-in first.

Level: 25

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40030: File %s is not a Forms file.
Cause: The file specified on the command line was not a valid Oracle Forms file.
Action: Re-enter Forms Runtime startup command with the name of a valid file.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40031: File %s is not a Forms Runtime file.
Cause: The file specified on the command line is not a Forms Runtime (.FMX) file.
Action: Re-enter a valid Forms Runtime (.FMX) file.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40032: Internal Error: file %s contains an improper chunk size.
Cause: Internal error. File was compiled incorrectly or is corrupted.
Action: Recompile your file.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40033: Internal Error: file %s contains a bad chunk table.
Cause: Internal error. File was compiled incorrectly or is corrupted.
Action: Recompile your file.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40034: Cannot attach the library file.
Cause: Oracle Forms was unable to find the specified library file.
Action: Exit Forms Runtime and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40036: Library was created by a new version of Oracle Forms.
Cause: Oracle Forms unable to use library.
Action: Recompile the library with current version of Oracle Forms.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40037: Library was created by an old version of Oracle Forms.
Cause: Oracle Forms unable to use library.
Action: Recompile the library with current version of Oracle Forms.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40039: Cannot attach library %s while opening form %s.
Cause: The given library is attached to the form but cannot be located in the search path for PL/SQL libraries.
Action: Make sure that the given library can be found and that it has read permissions set.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40040: Cannot perform proxy connection.
Cause: Database privileges for proxying user may not be configured on the database side or database account for SSO user not created.
Action: Make sure database is appropriately configured for making proxy connection.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40041: Form %s requires a UTF8 character set.
Cause: An attempt was made to execute the specified form, but it contained one or more items whose datatype was NCHAR, and the NLS_LANG environment variable did not specify the UTF8 or AL32UTF8 character set.
Action: Set the NLS_LANG environment variable to a value which specifies the UTF8 or AL32UTF8 character set, and restart the application.

Level: 25

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40100: At first record.
Cause: You pressed [Previous Record] when the cursor was at the first record.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40101: Cannot position to a key item. None are navigable.
Cause: You pressed [Next Primary Key Item], but there are no enterable primary key items in this block.
Action: Use [Next Item] for navigation rather than [Next Primary Key Item].

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40102: Record must be entered or deleted first.
Cause: You pressed [Next Record] or [Down] in a context where it is meaningless. Either:

1. The last record in a block is the current record.

2. The block is empty.

3. You are in a new record in the middle of the block created by pressing [Insert Record].

Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40103: Cannot position to a key item. None are queryable.
Cause: You tried to use [Next Primary Key Item], but none of the primary key items in the block allow you to enter query criteria.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40104: No such block: %s.
Cause: Runtime error. A GO_BLOCK statement references a nonexistent block.
Action: Correct the statement.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40105: Unable to resolve reference to item %s.
Cause: Runtime error. A GO_ITEM statement references a nonexistent item.
Action: Correct the statement.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40106: No navigable items in destination block.
Cause: Runtime error. A GO_BLOCK statement references a block with no enterable items.
Action: Remove the statement or make at least one item in the block enterable.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40107: Cannot navigate to non-displayed item %s.
Cause: Runtime error. A GO_ITEM statement references a non-displayed item.
Action: Remove the statement or turn on the Displayed Property for the indicated item.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40108: No such form: %s.
Cause: You attempted to get/set properties of a nonexistent or unloaded form.
Action: Use a valid form name.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40109: Cannot navigate out of current block in enter-query mode.
Cause: You attempted to navigate out of the current block during enter-query mode.
Action: No action is necessary. You cannot navigate out of the current block or record during enter-query mode.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40110: At first block.
Cause: You attempted [Previous Block] when at the first block.
Action: None. Consider an alternative method of navigation.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40111: At last block.
Cause: You attempted [Next Block] when at the last block.
Action: None. Consider an alternative method of navigation.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40112: Attempted go_item to non enabled item %s:%s.
Cause: You attempted to issue a go_item to a non enabled item.
Action: None. Consider an alternative method of navigation.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40200: Field is protected against update.
Cause: You tried to update a field that does not allow updates.
Action: No action is necessary. You cannot update this field in this form.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40201: Field is full. Can't insert character.
Cause: Oracle Forms is in insert mode, and the current field is full.
Action: Delete a character to make room for the new character or press [Insert/Replace] to activate replace mode.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40202: Field must be entered.
Cause: You have not entered a value (or you have deleted a value) in a field that requires data input.
Action: You must enter a value in this field.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40203: Field must be entered completely.
Cause: You have not entered a complete value (or you have deleted part of a value) in a field that has a fixed length requirement.
Action: Enter a complete value (one that extends to the end of the field).

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40204: Cursor is at beginning of field value.
Cause: You tried to delete a character before the first character position of the field.
Action: Use [Delete Character] to delete the character that the cursor is on.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40205: Cursor is beyond the current field value.
Cause: On a block mode terminal, you positioned the cursor out of a field.
Action: Move the cursor into the field and try the entry again.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40206: Previous character is currently hidden.
Cause: You tried to delete a character that is off the screen.
Action: Scroll the character you want to delete into view using the arrow keys or [Scroll Left] and [Scroll Right].

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40207: Must be in range %.30s to %.30s.
Cause: You entered a value not in the valid item range.
Action: Enter a value in the range shown.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40208: Form running in query-only mode. Cannot change database fields.
Cause: You entered a value on a query-only form.
Action: Do not enter values on this form. You can execute queries and view data, but you cannot alter existing data or enter new data.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40209: Field must be of form %s.
Cause: The value that you entered did not match the format mask on the field.
Action: Retry with a field value that matches the format mask.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40210: Search string not found.
Cause: Search string does not exist in the module.
Action: Check your search string to make sure it is accurate or try another search string.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40211: Warning! Newlines may be stripped from this field.
Cause: You attempted to assign data with newlines to a single-line text field.
Action: Assign to a multi-line text field if you need the newlines.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40212: Invalid value for field %s.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. The value is not of the proper data type.

2. The value does not match any of the list of acceptable values.

3. For a text field, the value does not match the specified range.

Action: Retry with another value.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40213: Cannot Copy_Region/Cut_Region; region not selected.
Cause: Region not selected.
Action: Select a region and try again.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40214: Cannot open the clipboard for the copy/cut.
Cause: Clipboard unavailable.
Action: Platform specific.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40215: Cannot write to the clipboard.
Cause: Clipboard unavailable.
Action: Platform specific.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40216: Cannot open the clipboard for the paste.
Cause: Clipboard unavailable.
Action: Platform specific.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40217: Cannot get the data size from the clipboard.
Cause: Invalid data.
Action: Platform specific.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40218: Cannot read from the clipboard.
Cause: Invalid data.
Action: Platform specific.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40219: Cannot format the data read from the clipboard.
Cause: Invalid data.
Action: Platform specific.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40220: Cannot paste from the clipboard; value too long.
Cause: Invalid data.
Action: Platform specific.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40221: Cannot Paste_Region; region not selected.
Cause: Paste_Region was invoked while no portion of the image item was selected.
Action: Select a region of the image item prior to calling Paste_Region.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40222: Disabled item '%s.%s' failed validation.
Cause: Probable application design error. Forms determined that the item contains an invalid value, but it cannot give focus to the item because it is disabled. This could happen because either:

The application programmatically assigned an invalid valid to the item.

The application programmatically disabled the item after the end user entered an invalid valid in the item (and before the item was validated).

Action: Correct the application logic.

Level: 25

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40223: Field contains an invalid string for security purposes.
Cause: Field contains a string that could be a potential security violation.
Action: Remove the offending string.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40301: Query caused no records to be retrieved. Re-enter.
Cause: No records matched the query criteria. Still in Enter Query mode.
Action: Either adjust the query criteria or press [Exit/Cancel] to leave Enter Query mode.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40302: Cannot enter a query. No fields are queryable.
Cause: You pressed [Enter Query] while the cursor was in a block with no queryable fields.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40303: No base table fields in the block.
Cause: One of the blocks in the current module has no base table fields.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40350: Query caused no records to be retrieved.
Cause: The current query fetched no records from the table. The table is empty, or it contains no records that meet the query's search criteria.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40352: Last record of query retrieved.
Cause: You pressed [Down], [Next Record], [Next Set of Records], or [Scroll Down] after all records had been retrieved.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40353: Query cancelled.
Cause: You pressed [Exit/Cancel] in Enter Query mode, or you pressed CTRL-C (or its equivalent) while Oracle Forms was fetching rows from the database.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 5 when the query was canceled by CTRL-C; 10 otherwise

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40355: Query will retrieve 1 record.
Cause: You pressed [Count Query Hits]. If you now press [Execute Query], the number of records will be retrieved.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 25

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40356: Invalid number in example record. Query not issued.
Cause: In Enter Query mode, you entered an invalid number in the example record.
Action: Correct the entry and retry the query.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40357: Invalid string in example record. Query not issued.
Cause: In query mode, you entered an invalid ALPHA or CHAR value in the example record.
Action: Correct the entry and retry the query.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40358: Invalid date in example record. Query not issued.
Cause: In Enter Query mode, you entered an invalid DATE in the example record.
Action: Correct the entry and retry the query.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40359: Invalid date or time in example record. Query not issued.
Cause: In Enter Query mode, you entered an invalid JDATE, EDATE, or TIME value in the example record.
Action: Correct the entry and retry the query.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40360: Cannot query records here.
Cause: You attempted to query a block that does not allow queries.
Action: Do not attempt to query this block.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40361: Query operation not support for TIME data type.
Cause: You made a query with a % "like" operator in a time field, which is not supported.
Action: Try to restate your query without a time data type.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40364: The data type of item '%s' does not match the corresponding column in the stored procedure.
Cause: The data type of the item is different from the data type of the corresponding column in the stored procedure.
Action: Make the data type of the item in the block and the column in the stored procedure the same.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40367: Invalid criteria in field %s in example record.
Cause: Only simple clauses are allowed in restricted enter query mode.
Action: Re-enter the criteria.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40400: Transaction complete: %d records applied and saved.
Cause: Save complete.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40401: No changes to save.
Cause: No records were added or modified since the last apply or save. Caution: Unapplied database changes that were made through explicit sql (DML) are still applied, even when this message is displayed.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40402: Save cancelled.
Cause: You pressed CTRL-C (or the equivalent) while waiting for a lock.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40403: A calling form has unapplied changes. Save not allowed.
Cause: A calling form has unapplied changes.
Action: Apply the changes or return to the calling form and retry the save.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40404: Database apply complete: %d records applied.
Cause: Apply complete.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40405: No changes to apply.
Cause: No records were added or modified since the last apply or save.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40406: Transaction complete: %d records applied; all records saved.
Cause: You finished an apply that recorded your changes and saved previously applied changes.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40407: Transaction complete: applied records saved.
Cause: You finished a save that saved previously applied changes.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40408: database commit failure.
Cause: A database commit failed.
Action: Examine integrity constraints on the database tables that were updated. If any were violated, redo the updates without violating the constraints. If necessary, do the updates and the commit in sqlplus, and see if it issues an ORA-nnnnn message that will identify the constraint that was violated.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40501: ORACLE error: unable to reserve record for update or delete.
Cause: A fatal error occurred while trying to select the record for update.
Action: Pressing [Display Error] provides more information, if it is available. You can also try to update or delete this record later. If necessary, contact your DBA.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40502: ORACLE error: unable to read list of values.
Cause: A fatal error occurred while trying to read a list of values.
Action: Contact your system administrator. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40504: ORACLE error: unable to execute a %s trigger.
Cause: A fatal error occurred while trying to execute a trigger.
Action: Contact your system administrator. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40505: ORACLE error: unable to perform query.
Cause: Processing error encountered. The table associated with the current block of the form might not exist, or your username might not have authority to perform the specified action on the table.
Action: Pressing [Display Error] provides more information, if it is available. You can also try to update or delete this record later. If necessary, contact your DBA.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40506: ORACLE error: unable to check for record uniqueness.
Cause: Processing error encountered while checking a record's primary key items for uniqueness. The table associated with the current block of the form does not exist, or you do not have authority to access the table.
Action: Contact your DBA.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40507: ORACLE error: unable to fetch next query record.
Cause: One of the following:

1. A fatal error occurred while trying to fetch the next query record.

2. If you are connected to an non-Oracle datasource through ODBC, the cursor loses its position in the result set after a commit.

Action: Requery if you are connected with a non-Oracle datasource. If not, contact your DBA.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40508: ORACLE error: unable to INSERT record.
Cause: A fatal error occurred while trying to insert a record. The table associated with the current block of the form might not exist, your username might not have authority to perform the specified action on the table, or some other reason might have caused the fatal error.
Action: Contact your DBA.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40509: ORACLE error: unable to UPDATE record.
Cause: A fatal error occurred while trying to update a record. The table associated with the current block of the form might not exist, your username might not have authority to perform the specified action on the table, or some other reason might have caused the fatal error.
Action: Contact your DBA.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40510: ORACLE error: unable to DELETE record.
Cause: A fatal error occurred while trying to delete a record. The table associated with the current block of the form might not exist, your username might not have authority to perform the specified action on the table, or some other reason might have caused the fatal error.
Action: Contact your DBA.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40511: ORACLE error occurred while executing a %s trigger.
Cause: A fatal error occurred while trying to execute a trigger. The table associated with the current block of the form might not exist, your username might not have authority to perform the specified action on the table, or some other reason might have caused the fatal error.
Action: Contact your DBA

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40512: ORACLE error: unable to issue SAVEPOINT command.
Cause: While attempting to call a new form or to commit, the issued SAVEPOINT command failed. This generally means that the module has run out of savepoints.
Action: Press [Display Error] to display the specific ORACLE error. You might be able to increase the maximum number of savepoints in the INIT.ORA file.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40513: ORACLE error: unable to get date/time from database.
Cause: An error occurred while trying to resolve a database date/time initial value.
Action: Connect if you have not already done so. Verify database status.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40514: Operation requires a database connection.
Cause: You tried to perform an database operation without connecting to the database.
Action: Connect to the database and retry.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40515: ORACLE error: unable to open cursor.
Cause: You reached the limit in the number of cursors you can open.
Action: Check the number of cursors you have open.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40600: Record has already been inserted.
Cause: You attempted to insert or update a record, but uniqueness is enforced on the block's primary key items. The record, as inserted or updated, is not unique.
Action: Change the values in one or more primary key fields of the current record, making them unique. If the requirement of unique primary key fields creates difficulties, consider eliminating the constraint.

Level: 25

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40602: Cannot insert into or update data in a view.
Cause: You tried to modify the contents of a view in a manner that is not permitted.
Action: No action is necessary; you cannot perform the operation you have attempted.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40603: Records no longer reserved for update. Re-query to make changes.
Cause: You committed your modifications in a block where you had previously entered an ENTER_QUERY or EXECUTE_QUERY packaged procedure with the FOR_UPDATE parameter. This action released all locks on the records in this block.
Action: If you want to modify the block, you will need to re-query.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40652: Cannot lock table in shared update mode.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You do not have access to this table.

2. Oracle Forms cannot lock the table in shared update mode.

Action: Contact your DBA.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40653: Record not reserved for update or delete. Try again later.
Cause: You pressed CTRL-C (or the equivalent) to cancel. The operation that was attempting to update or delete the record was terminated.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40654: Record has been updated by another user. Re-query to see change.
Cause: Another user has updated this record since you performed a query and has changed at least one field in the record. Your actions have not changed the record in memory.
Action: You can update or delete this record now only if another user has restored the field values back to the way they were when you performed the query. Otherwise, you must re-query to fetch and display the new record into the form before you can update or delete it.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40655: SQL error forced rollback: clear form and re-enter transaction.
Cause: A deadlock or some other error has caused the current transaction to fail. Your changes were rolled back.
Action: Clear the form (or exit and re-enter the form) and re-enter the transaction. You might have to modify the form's design to prevent the error from recurring.

Level: 25

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40656: Update cannot be made due to prior rollback. Clear the record.
Cause: This record was already updated, but when you attempted to commit your changes, a serious error prevented this update or any further update or delete from being performed. The error might have occurred due to one of the following reasons:

1. A deadlock forced the loss of row locks.

2. The record had a database cluster key, and the previous attempt to update the record in the database was rolled back due to an error somewhere else in the form.

Action: You must clear this record before you can commit any other transactions in the form.

Level: 25

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40657: Record changed or deleted by another user.
Cause: Another user has deleted the record since the query was executed, or database access control does not allow the operation.
Action: You can clear this record from your screen, but you cannot update or delete it since it no longer exists in the database, or database access control does not allow the operation. Check database access control policy.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40659: Last row of query retrieved. Re-query to see remaining records.
Cause: A FOR_UPDATE query has been closed by executing a commit. Because the query was open prior to the commit, there may be more records to retrieve.
Action: Re-query to see remaining records.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40700: No such trigger: %s.
Cause: Application design error. The form attempted to execute a trigger that doesn't exist, causing a fatal error.
Action: Correct the reference to the trigger.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40702: Cannot call form with changes to save
Cause: You attempted to call another form with unsaved changes in the current form and savepoint mode off.
Action: Commit/post changes and then retry.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40703: Fetched field cannot be changed in query mode.
Cause: You attempted to modify a fetched item in query mode.
Action: None required.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40704: Illegal SQL statement in query-only mode
Cause: Application design error. The form tried to execute a function that is illegal in a query-only form.
Action: You might need to redesign the form.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40705: Illegal SQL statement in non-commit-time trigger.
Cause: Application design error. The current trigger contains a SQL statement that is illegal for the trigger type.
Action: Rewrite the trigger text or use a different type of trigger.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40714: Function illegal in this context.
Cause: Application design error. The current trigger contains an illegal function code.
Action: Rewrite the trigger text or use a different type of trigger.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40724: Missing selector in CASE statement.
Cause: Application design error. The selector portion is missing in a CASE statement.
Action: Correct the statement.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40730: Invalid message suppress level--unchanged from %d.
Cause: Application design error. A trigger attempted to set the system message level to an invalid number.
Action: Reset the SYSTEM.MESSAGE_LEVEL system variable to a valid number.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40732: Target of GOTO does not exist in this macro.
Cause: Application design error. The label referenced in PL/SQL does not exist.
Action: Correct the statement.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40733: PL/SQL Built-in %s failed.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in Oracle Forms or in PL/SQL during trigger execution.
Action: Examine application logic to see if the Built-in is invoked incorrectly. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40734: Internal Error: PL/SQL error occurred.
Cause: An internal error occurred in PL/SQL during trigger execution.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40735: %s trigger raised unhandled exception %s.
Cause: Application design error. The current trigger raised an exception (other than FORM_TRIGGER_FAILURE), but it did not handle the exception.
Action: Rewrite the trigger text to handle the exception.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40736: Cannot initialize PL/SQL.
Cause: An internal error occurred while initializing PL/SQL.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40737: Illegal restricted procedure %s in %s trigger.
Cause: Application design error. A trigger tried to execute a restricted packaged procedure.
Action: Remove the packaged procedure from the trigger text.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40738: Argument %d to builtin %s cannot be null.
Cause: Application design error. No arguments were provided to the Built-in.
Action: Refer to the online Help for the correct usage of this Built-in.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40739: Full rollback not allowed in post-only form.
Cause: Application design error. A trigger tried to issue a CLEAR_FORM packaged procedure with the FULL_ROLLBACK parameter in a post-only, called form.
Action: Remove the FULL_ROLLBACK parameter or ensure that the calling form does not have unposted changes when the call occurs.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40740: Procedure %s only allowed in an on-%s trigger.
Cause: Application design error. A non-transactional trigger attempted to invoke a Built-in procedure that is restricted to a given trigger.
Action: Refer to the online Help for the correct usage of this procedure.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40741: Unable to locate record %d on block %s.
Cause: You attempted to get or set record properties for an invalid record number for the given block.
Action: Verify your Get/Set record property parameters.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40742: Illegal status conversion on record %d: %s to %s.
Cause: Application design error. A call to SET_RECORD_PROPERTY attempted an illegal conversion between record statuses.
Action: Refer to SET_RECORD_PROPERTY in online Help for correct transitions.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40743: This operation with no base table requires the %s trigger.
Cause: Application design error. Attempted a database operation (query, insert, update, etc.) on a non-base table block without the appropriate transactional trigger.
Action: Refer to online Help for the appropriate transactional trigger and then create the correct trigger.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40744: Truncation of input value will occur if editor accepted.
Cause: The editor's buffer is too small to accept the input.
Action: Change editors or enlarge the buffer.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40745: Output value of Built-in %s was truncated.
Cause: Output variable is too small.
Action: Increase the size of the PL/SQL output variable.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40746: Cannot call Built-in %s from startup debugger window.
Cause: Built-in is not accessible from the startup debugger window.
Action: Refer to the Oracle Forms Developer's Guide for a list of Built-ins that are not accessible from the startup debugger window.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40747: Cannot call Built-in %s from a debug trigger.
Cause: Built-in is not accessible from the debug trigger.
Action: Refer to the Oracle Forms Developer's Guide for a list of Built-ins that are accessible from a debug trigger .

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40748: Trigger %s terminated by reset command.
Cause: You issued the reset command or you pressed the reset button in the debugger.
Action: If you want to navigate downward, go to the call stack.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40749: Invalid record status specified for record %d.
Cause: Application design error. An attempt was made to set the Status Property of a record to an invalid value.
Action: The record's Status Property should be set to NEW_STATUS, QUERY_STATUS, INSERT_STATUS, or CHANGED_STATUS.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40750: Record %d: Can't set status to QUERY or CHANGED in a control block.
Cause: Application design error. An attempt was made to set the Status Property of a record in a control block to QUERY_STATUS or CHANGED_STATUS.
Action: The record's Status Property should be set to NEW_STATUS or INSERT_STATUS.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40800: User exit %s does not exist.
Cause: The form tried to invoke a user exit that does not exist. This could be caused by one of the following:

1. You are using the wrong version of Forms Runtime.

2. There could be an error in the form.

3. FORMS_USEREXITS is not set correctly.

Action: Make sure that the dynamic library which defines the user exit symbol is listed in FORMS_USEREXITS list.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40801: memory allocation failure
Cause: A memory allocation failed when Forms Runtime attempted to create an internal macro.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 25

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40808: Cannot execute HOST command. Error code = %s.
Cause: Cannot execute a HOST statement because of an operating system error.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40809: HOST command had error code = %s.
Cause: The operating system command resulted in the above error code.
Action: Verify that you entered the command properly.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40811: Shell command had error.
Cause: The operating system command resulted in the above error code.
Action: Verify that you entered the command properly.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40815: Variable GLOBAL.%s does not exist.
Cause: Application design error. A trigger references a global variable that does not exist.
Action: Create the global variable or remove the reference.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40816: Could not allocate memory for new symbol.
Cause: A memory allocation failed when Forms Runtime attempted to access a new global variable.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40817: Could not allocate memory for new value.
Cause: A memory allocation failed when Forms Runtime attempted to access a new global variable.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40818: System variable name not defined.
Cause: You have tried to access a system variable that does not exist.
Action: Check the system variable name.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40819: System variable is not modifiable.
Cause: You have tried to modify a system variable.
Action: You cannot modify system variables.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40820: Not enough memory to evaluate system variable.
Cause: A memory allocation failed when Forms Runtime attempted to access a system variable.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40828: CALL or CALLQRY with invalid variable reference.
Cause: Application design error. A CALL or CALLQRY function code contains an invalid variable reference.
Action: Correct the statement.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40831: Truncation occurred: value too long for field %s.
Cause: Application design error. A trigger, query, or user exit read a value into an item that is not long enough to hold the entire value. The item truncated the value.
Action: Increase the target item's item length to avoid truncation.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40832: Variable FORMS_USEREXITS not set. User exit %s did not execute.
Cause: FORMS_USEREXITS must be set for forms USER_EXIT Built-in to work.
Action: Set FORMS_USEREXITS to dynamic libraries, which define the user exit symbols. Searching is done in the order libraries are listed.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40833: Could not completely load the dynamic user exit libraries. User exit %s did not execute.
Cause: User exit symbol was not found and there were failures in opening some of the dynamic user exit libraries.
Action: Make sure that all the user exit libraries listed in FORMS_USEREXITS are correct and available.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40900: Unable to allocate record buffer. Clear form to continue.
Cause: Failed attempt to allocate memory for a fetched or new record. The remaining records that are queried are temporarily buffered on disk. This is an indication that no more temporary files can be written to the disk.
Action: Clear form and then attempt to continue. You may have to exit the form and then re-open. Also, make sure there is enough disk space and that you have write privileges to the disk drive and directory.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-40901: Note: not enough memory to remember all or part of this query.
Cause: A memory allocation failed when Forms Runtime attempted to save a query.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40902: SQL statement too large.
Cause: Application design error. The form's design includes a SQL command that is more than 2048 characters long.
Action: Shorten the SQL command.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40903: Cannot create output file.
Cause: You pressed [Print Screen], but screen contents could not be written to a file because of one of the following:

1. You have entered an illegal file name.

2. The operating system does not give you authority to create files.

3. The necessary disk or directory space is not available.

Action: Check the file name you have entered and correct it if necessary. If you need additional help, contact your system administrator.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40904: Program error: unknown operation to be performed on record.
Cause: Internal error.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40905: Unable to buffer more records on disk.
Cause: Internal error.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40906: FATAL ERROR: cannot write a buffered record to disk.
Cause: Internal error while trying to write a buffered record to the disk.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40907: FATAL ERROR: cannot read a buffered record from disk.
Cause: Internal error while trying to read a buffered record from the disk.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40908: RAM Internal Error: %s
Cause: An internal error occurred within the form's internal record manager.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40909: Internal Error: unknown error %d.
Cause: Internal error. Forms Runtime attempted to issue an unknown error message.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-40911: Record not created due to sequence number generation error.
Cause: Internal error. Either the sequence number object does not exist, or the designer does not have privileges for the sequence number object, or some other fatal database error occurred.
Action: Contact your DBA. If your DBA cannot correct the problem, and the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40912: WHEN-NEW-RECORD trigger failed. Record not created.
Cause: A runtime error occurred in a When-New-Record trigger that caused the trigger to fail. No new record was created.
Action: Contact your DBA. If your DBA cannot correct the problem, and the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40913: List of Values maximum exceeded. Some values are not displayed.
Cause: Application design error. Unable to return all the records in the current list of values; the number exceeds the maximum limit.
Action: Specify no more than 32,767 records to be returned in a list of values.

Level: 25

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40914: Memory allocation error: unable to complete transaction.
Cause: A memory allocation failed while Forms Runtime attempted to complete a transaction.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40915: Memory allocation error: unable to execute trigger %s.
Cause: A memory allocation failed while Forms Runtime attempted to execute a trigger.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40916: Memory allocation error: unable to execute query.
Cause: A memory allocation failed while Forms Runtime attempted to execute a query.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40917: Memory allocation error: unable to lock record.
Cause: A memory allocation failed while Forms Runtime attempted to lock a record.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40919: Internal SQL statement execution error: %d.
Cause: Error in the SQL statement Oracle Forms has tried to execute.
Action: Check the last SQL statement.

Level: 25

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40920: Unable to create view: low on system resources.
Cause: Something in your environment or application has prevented view creation.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40921: Could not create item: %s.
Cause: Something in your environment or application has prevented item creation.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40922: An OLE error occurred: 0x%x.
Cause: A Built-in called an OLE or OLE-related function which failed.
Action: You need to lookup the error number in an OLE manual for further details.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40923: OLE is not supported on this platform.
Cause: A Built-in that required OLE support was called, and your platform does not support OLE.
Action: Don't call OLE-related Built-ins on platforms that don't support OLE.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40924: Invalid argument index specified.
Cause: An attempt was made to retrieve a value from the OLE-argument stack whose index was out of bounds for the size of the current OLE-argument stack
Action: Argument indices range from 1 to the number specified in the last call to FORMS_OLE.InitArgs()

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40925: No space initialized in OleArg for argument.
Cause: An attempt was made to store too many arguments into the initialized OLE-argument stack.
Action: Make sure you specify enough space in your call to FORMS_OLE.InitArgs().

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40926: OLE Object is NULL.
Cause: You cannot operate on a NULL OLE object.
Action: Do not attempt to call FORMS_OLE Built-ins with NULL OLE-objects.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40927: Variant is not an array.
Cause: An attempt was made to access a variant as if it contained an array, and it did not.
Action: You can call FORMS_OLE.Get_Dims() to ensure that you have a variant with an array. For arrays, the return value for the function is greater than or equal to 1.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40928: Too many array indices specified.
Cause: An attempt was made to access a variant that holds an array, but too many array indices were specified.
Action: You must use the correct number of array indices, the same number as returned by FORMS_OLE.GET_Dims().

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40929: Too few array indices specified.
Cause: An attempt was made to access a variant that holds an array, but too few array indices were specified.
Action: You must use the correct number of array indices, the same number as returned by FORMS_OLE.GET_Dims().

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40930: Array index was non-numeric.
Cause: An attempt was made to access a variant that holds an array, but the supplied array indices were non-numeric and not either ROW or COLUMN.
Action: The only valid array indices are numbers, which should be separated by columns. If you're fetching into a table from a variant, ROW and COLUMN can be used as placeholders for the row and column iterators during table construction.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40931: Cannot populate table because datatype is unsupported.
Cause: An attempt to populate a table failed because one of its columns used an unsupported datatype.
Action: Restrict your column types to integers, numbers, strings, and dates.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40932: Cannot populate variant because table's datatype is unsupported.
Cause: An attempt to populate a variant failed because one of the source table's columns used an unsupported datatype.
Action: Restrict your column types to integers, numbers, strings, and dates.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40933: Cannot populate table because datatype is incorrect.
Cause: An attempt to populate a table failed because the block's datatype did not match the table's datatype.
Action: The table datatype must match the datatypes of the block's columns that are being retrieved.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40934: Cannot populate table because records are out of bounds.
Cause: An attempt to populate a table failed because an illegal start or end record was specified.
Action: start_rec and end_rec parameters must fall between 1 and the number of retrievable records. end_rec may also be ALL_RECORDS.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-40935: Object does not exist locally.
Cause: An attempt to release an object failed because the 'kill_persistent' parameter was set to FALSE, and no local object existed to release.
Action: Never release objects you don't own.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41000: This function is not currently available.
Cause: You pressed an undefined function key.
Action: Press [Show Keys] to determine which function key you should have pressed.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41001: This function is not allowed on this device.
Cause: You tried to execute the Insert/Replace function.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41002: Please make a valid selection.
Cause: You entered an invalid selection number on the block menu; that block does not exist in this form.
Action: Select an existing block.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41003: This function cannot be performed here.
Cause: You tried to perform a function that references a table, but current block does not correspond to any table.
Action: No action is necessary. You cannot perform the requested function on this block.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41004: This function is not allowed in this mode.
Cause: You pressed a function key that does not work in this mode.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41005: Internal Error: function key not implemented.
Cause: You pressed a disabled function key.
Action: No action is necessary. You cannot use the function key in the current context unless the form's definition is modified.

Level: 25

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41007: Cursor not in a valid item. Function key was ignored.
Cause: You were not in a valid item when you pressed the function key.
Action: Position the cursor inside the item and press the function key again.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41008: Undefined function key. Press %s for list of valid keys.
Cause: You pressed an undefined function key.
Action: Press [Show Keys] to determine which function key you should have pressed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41009: Function key not allowed. Press %s for list of valid keys.
Cause: You pressed a function key that is not allowed in this environment.
Action: Press [Show Keys] to determine which function key you should have pressed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41010: Cannot set attribute of the current item.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM statement tried to turn off the Input Allowed Property for the current item.
Action: Eliminate the statement or rewrite the trigger.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41011: Undefined visual attribute.
Cause: Application design error. A Built-in tried to set an undefined visual attribute.
Action: Correct the statement.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41012: Undefined item or variable reference.
Cause: Application design error. A NAME_IN statement tried to reference a nonexistent item or variable.
Action: Correct the statement.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41013: Undefined property specified for item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY or SET_ITEM_INSTANCE_PROPERTY Built-in specified an undefined property.
Action: Correct the statement.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41014: Cannot set property of null canvas item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY or SET_ITEM_INSTANCE_PROPERTY Built-in tried to change some property of a NULL canvas item.
Action: Specify a canvas for the item, or remove the statement.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41015: Cannot set ENTERABLE Property of the current item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY Built-in tried to change the Enterable Property of the current item.
Action: Correct the statement.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41016: Cannot set DISPLAYED Property of the current item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY Built-in tried to change the Displayed Property of the current item.
Action: Correct the statement.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41017: Cannot set UPDATE ALLOWED Property of non-enabled item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY or SET_ITEM_INSTANCE_PROPERTY Built-in tried to turn on the Update Allowed Property of a non-enterable item.
Action: To turn on the Update Allowed Property of an item you must also turn on the Input Allowed Property of the item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41018: Cannot set UPDATE_NULL Property of non-enabled item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY Built-in tried to turn on the Update If Null Property of a non-enterable item.
Action: To turn on the Update If Null Property of an item you must also turn on the Input Allowed Property of the item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41019: Cannot set REQUIRED Property of non-enabled item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY or SET_ITEM_INSTANCE_PROPERTY Built-in tried to turn on the Required Property of a non-enterable item.
Action: To turn on the Required Property of an item you must also turn on the Input Allowed Property of the item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41020: Cannot set ENTERABLE Property of non-displayed item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY Built-in tried to turn on the Enterable Property of a non-displayed item.
Action: To turn on the Input Allowed Property of an item you must also turn on the Displayed Property of the item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41021: Cannot set QUERYABLE Property of non-displayed item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY Built-in tried to turn on the Query Allowed Property of a non-displayed item.
Action: To turn on the Query Allowed Property of an item you must also turn on the Displayed Property of the item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41022: Cannot set REQUIRED Property of non-updateable item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY or SET_ITEM_INSTANCE_PROPERTY Built-in tried to turn on the Required Property of a non-updateable item.
Action: To turn on the Required Property of an item you must also turn on either the Update Allowed Property or the Update If Null Property of the item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41023: Cannot set UPDATE ALLOWED Property of secure item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY or SET_ITEM_INSTANCE_PROPERTY Built-in tried to change the Update Allowed Property of a database item which the user does not have permission to update.
Action: Either correct the SET_ITEM statement or grant update permission on the column to the user.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41024: Cannot set UPDATE_NULL Property of secure item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY Built-in tried to change the Update If Null Property of a database item which the user does not have permission to update.
Action: Either correct the SET_ITEM statement or grant update permission on the column to the user.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41025: Page number %d does not exist.
Cause: Application design error. Attempted an operation on a non-existent page.
Action: Check arguments to page related Built-ins.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41026: Field does not understand operation.
Cause: You attempted to perform an operation that is invalid for the given item type.
Action: Do not attempt to perform the operation on an item to which the operation cannot be applied.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41027: Primary key must be defined for this block.
Cause: There are no primary key items in the block and one of the following has happened:

1. You attempted to set Key_Mode of primary key option on for the block.

2. The Key_Mode is set to Automatic and the datasource to which your are connected does not support UNIQUE key mode.

Action: Specify one or more primary key items on the block.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41028: Invalid property.
Cause: You passed an invalid property constant to a Get or Set property Built-in.
Action: Verify arguments.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41029: Invalid parameter.
Cause: You attempted to set a form, block, item, or record property to an invalid value.
Action: Verify arguments to SET_FORM_PROPERTY, SET_BLOCK_PROPERTY, SET_ITEM_PROPERTY, or SET_RECORD_PROPERTY.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41030: Cannot reset ITEM_LENGTH of item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. Attempted to change the length of a fixed length item.
Action: Statically declare the item to be of the maximum necessary length or change item type.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41031: Cannot reset ITEM_LENGTH greater than the allocated buffer.
Cause: Application design error. Tried to reset ITEM_LENGTH greater than the allocated buffer.
Action: Increase item length in the form definition.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41032: Cannot set ENABLED Property of current item %s.%s.
Cause: A call to SET_ITEM_PROPERTY attempted to set the Enabled Property of the current item.
Action: Either correct the call to SET_ITEM_PROPERTY or navigate to another item before setting the Enabled Property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41033: Cannot set ENABLED Property of non-displayed item %s.%s.
Cause: A call to SET_ITEM_PROPERTY attempted to set the Enabled Property of a non-displayed item.
Action: First navigate to the item, then set the Enabled Property with a call to SET_ITEM_PROPERTY.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41034: Cannot set NAVIGABLE Property of non-displayed item %s.%s.
Cause: A call to SET_ITEM_PROPERTY attempted to set the Navigable Property of a non-displayed item.
Action: First navigate to the item, then set the Navigable Property with a call to SET_ITEM_PROPERTY.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41035: Cannot set NAVIGABLE Property of non-enabled item %s.%s.
Cause: A call to SET_ITEM_PROPERTY attempted to set the Navigable Property of a non-enabled item.
Action: First set the Enabled Property of the item with a call to SET_ITEM_PROPERTY. Then set the Navigable Property of the item with another call to SET_ITEM_PROPERTY.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41036: Cannot modify a checkbox that does not allow querying.
Cause: You attempted to modify a check box that does not allow querying.
Action: First set the Query Allowed Property to True, then the end user may shift and click the check box to enable or disable the item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41037: Cannot modify a radio group that does not allow querying.
Cause: You attempted to modify a radio group that does not allow querying.
Action: First set the Enabled Property to True with a call to SET_RADIO_BUTTON_PROPERTY.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41038: Item %s is not a checkbox.
Cause: A call to CHECKBOX_CHECKED was made to an item which was not a check box.
Action: Correct the call to CHECKBOX_CHECKED.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41039: Invalid Alert ID %d.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to FIND_ALERT will be performed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41040: Cannot find radio button: %s.
Cause: An invalid ID or name was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Check the name or ID that you entered and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41041: Cannot find form module: invalid ID.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to FIND_FORM will be performed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41042: No such property for Set_Item_Property.
Cause: You attempted to set an invalid item property.
Action: Check the documentation for setting item properties and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41043: Cannot find timer: invalid ID.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to FIND_TIMER will be performed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41044: Error deleting timer %s
Cause: An error occurred while executing a DELETE_TIMER Built-in.
Action: Verify that your timer has been created correctly.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41045: Cannot find item: invalid ID.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to FIND_ALERT will be performed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41046: Invalid parameter used for Set_Item_Property.
Cause: An invalid parameter was passed to SET_ITEM_PROPERTY.
Action: Verify the valid parameters for SET_ITEM_PROPERTY and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41047: Cannot navigate out of current block in enter-query mode.
Cause: An illegal attempt to navigate out of the current block when in Enter Query mode.
Action: Perform operation before entering query mode.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41048: Procedure %s is not valid in a %s trigger.
Cause: The indicated procedure is not valid when called from the indicated trigger. The procedure may be a restricted procedure, which cannot be called from any trigger that fires during navigation.
Action: Correct the invalid trigger.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41049: You cannot delete this record.
Cause: You attempted to delete a record on a block that does not allow deletes.
Action: Do not attempt to delete records in this block until you have set the Delete Allowed Property to True.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41050: You cannot update this record.
Cause: You attempted to update a record on a block that does not allow updates.
Action: Do not attempt to update records in this block until you have set the Update Allowed Property to True.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41051: You cannot create records here.
Cause: You attempted to create records on a block that does not allow inserts.
Action: Do not attempt to create and insert new records into this block until you have set the Insert Allowed Property to True.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41052: Cannot find Window: invalid ID.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to FIND_WINDOW will be performed.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41053: Cannot find Canvas: invalid ID.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to FIND_CANVAS will be performed.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41054: No such property for Get_Record_Property.
Cause: You attempted to get a non-existent record property.
Action: Verify call to GET_RECORD_PROPERTY for valid property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41055: No such property for Set_Record_Property.
Cause: You attempted to set a non-existent record property.
Action: Verify call to SET_RECORD_PROPERTY for valid property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41056: Cannot find Block: invalid ID.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to FIND_BLOCK will be performed.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41057: No such property for Set_View_Property.
Cause: You attempted to set a non-existent view property.
Action: Verify call to SET_VIEW_PROPERTY for valid property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41058: No such property for Get_Item_Property.
Cause: You attempted to get a non-existent item property.
Action: Verify call to GET_ITEM_PROPERTY for valid property.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41059: No such property for Set_Canvas_Property.
Cause: You attempted to set a non-existent canvas property.
Action: Verify call to SET_CANVAS_PROPERTY for valid property.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41060: Cannot disable Primary Key Property of only key item.
Cause: You attempted to turn off the Primary Key Property on the last primary key item on a block with one of the following:

1. The Primary Key Property.

2. Key mode of the primary key.

3. The database to which you are connected does not support UNIQUE key mode.

Action: Disable the block properties first.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41061: No such property for Get_Window_Property.
Cause: You attempted to get a non-existent window property.
Action: Verify call to GET_WINDOW_PROPERTY for valid property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41062: Cannot find Editor: invalid ID.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to FIND_EDITOR will be performed.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41063: Cannot create Editor.
Cause: Not enough memory available for Forms Runtime.
Action: Try calling SHOW_EDITOR again after closing some of your windows.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41064: Cannot create Timer %s: illegal identifier name.
Cause: Illegal identifier name.
Action: Check legal syntax for naming timers.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41065: Cannot find Menu: invalid ID.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to FIND_MENU will be performed.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41066: No such property for Get_Form_Property.
Cause: You attempted to get a non-existent form property.
Action: Verify call to GET_FORM_PROPERTY for valid property.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41067: Cannot find Menu Item: invalid ID.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to FIND_MENU_ITEM will be performed.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41068: Error in Set_Menu_Item_Property.
Cause: Invalid call to SET_MENU_ITEM_PROPERTY.
Action: Verify valid parameters and try again.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41069: Error in Get_Menu_Item_Property.
Cause: Invalid call to GET_MENU_ITEM_PROPERTY.
Action: Verify valid parameters and try again.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41070: Unknown property for Set_Menu_Item_Property.
Cause: You attempted to set a non-existent menu item property.
Action: Verify call to SET_MENU_ITEM_PROPERTY for valid property.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41071: Unknown property for Get_Menu_Item_Property.
Cause: You attempted to get a non-existent menu item property.
Action: Verify call to GET_MENU_ITEM_PROPERTY for valid property.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41072: Cannot create Group %s
Cause: Caused by one of the following

1. Duplicate column names in SQL statement.

2. Invalid record group name.

3. Query is invalid.

Action: Check the group name and/or correct the SQL statement.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41073: Cannot find Group: invalid ID.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to FIND_GROUP will be performed.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41074: Cannot find Group or Column: invalid ID.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to FIND_GROUP or FIND_COLUMN will be performed.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41075: Error deleting Group.
Cause: The record group name or ID specified in the call to DELETE_GROUP is invalid, or the record group was not dynamically created.
Action: Check the record group name or ID, and make sure that the specified record group was dynamically created.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41076: Error populating Group.
Cause: Query failed due to an invalid column or table name, or the query and group column structure do not match.
Action: Check the SQL SELECT statement in your call to POPULATE_GROUP_WITH_QUERY.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41077: Error deleting Group Row(s).
Cause: DELETE_GROUP_ROW cannot be used to delete records from a static record group, or you specified an invalid row number.
Action: Correct the call to DELETE_GROUP_ROW.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41078: Error resetting Group selection.
Cause: Record group name or ID specified is invalid.
Action: Check the record group name or ID and try again.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41079: Error adding Group column.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You cannot add columns to a group that already has rows.

2. The width of CHAR_COLUMN-typed columns cannot be less than the width of the corresponding database column.

3. You entered the name of a nonexistent or invalid record group.

4. You entered the name of a nonexistent or invalid column.

5. You entered a column type other than CHAR, NUMBER, or DATE.

Action: You can only add columns to a group after it is created with a call to CREATE_GROUP. If the group already has rows, delete the rows with DELETE_GROUP_ROW, then add the column.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41080: Error adding Group row.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You attempted to add rows to a group that is nonexistent or has no columns.

2. You entered the name of a nonexistent record group.

3. You provided a row number that is out of range or invalid.

Action: Create the group and add columns first. Check the call to ADD_GROUP_ROW to make sure that the record group name and row number are valid.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41081: Cannot move Item: invalid position.
Cause: You attempted to move the item to an invalid position on the canvas.
Action: Make sure the coordinates you chose in your call to SET_ITEM_PROPERTY are valid.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41082: Cannot resize item: position of item places it off of canvas.
Cause: The height and/or width you specified in your call to SET_ITEM_PROPERTY is invalid, or the height and/or width you specified causes the item to extend off of the canvas.
Action: Correct the call to SET_ITEM_PROPERTY.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41083: No such property for Set_Form_Property
Cause: You attempted to set a nonexistent form property.
Action: Verify call to SET_FORM_PROPERTY for valid property.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41084: Error getting Group Cell.
Cause: Invalid call to GET_GROUP_CHAR_CELL, GET_GROUP_DATE_CELL, OR GET_GROUP_NUMBER_CELL.
Action: Make sure the column type is of CHAR, DATE, or NUMBER, respectively. Check the validity of the row number and column name specified.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41085: Error getting Group Row count.
Cause: Invalid call to GET_GROUP_ROW_COUNT.
Action: Check the record group name and try again.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41086: Error getting Group selection count.
Cause: You specified an invalid record group name. Invalid call to GET_GROUP_SELECTION_COUNT.
Action: Correct the call to GET_GROUP_SELECTION.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41087: Error getting Group selection.
Cause: You specified an invalid record group name or selection number. Invalid call to GET_GROUP_SELECTION.
Action: Correct the call to GET_GROUP_SELECTION.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41088: Cannot set Group selection.
Cause: You specified an invalid record group name, ID, or row number.
Action: Correct the call to SET_GROUP_SELECTION.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41089: Cannot move View: invalid position.
Cause: The x, y pair specified in the call to SET_VIEW_PROPERTY is invalid.
Action: Correct the call to SET_VIEW_PROPERTY by making sure that the position specified by your coordinates is on the canvas.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41090: Invalid item type for go_item: %s.
Cause: You cannot navigate to the item.
Action: Check to make sure the item is a navigable item.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41091: Cannot find LOV: invalid ID.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to FIND_LOV will be performed.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41092: No records in block %s.
Cause: You attempted to place a value into an item on a block that has no records.
Action: Put records in the block first.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41093: Error setting item property: %s.
Cause: You specified Lock Record and the item was not a text item, or you specify Case Insensitive Query and the data type was not ALPHA or CHAR.
Action: In the case of Lock Record, make sure that the item is a text item. When specifying Case Insensitive Query, make sure that the data type is ALPHA or CHAR.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41094: No such property for Get_View_Property.
Cause: You attempted to get a non-existent view property.
Action: Verify call to GET_VIEW_PROPERTY for valid property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41095: No such property for Get_Canvas_Property.
Cause: You attempted to get a non-existent canvas property.
Action: Verify call to GET_CANVAS_PROPERTY for valid property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41096: Cannot resize View: invalid size.
Cause: The x, y coordinates place the view off the canvas.
Action: Choose another x, y pair.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41097: Cannot resize Canvas: invalid size.
Cause: The x, y coordinates place the view off the window.
Action: Choose another x, y pair.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41098: Cannot modify Display Position of a content view.
Cause: The Display Position Property applies to a stacked canvas-view only.
Action: Correct the call to SET_VIEW_PROPERTY.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41099: Cannot modify Size of a content view.
Cause: The size of a content view is dependent on window size. Only stacked view sizes may be modified using SET_VIEW_PROPERTY.
Action: Correct the call to SET_VIEW_PROPERTY.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41100: Cannot find relation %s.
Cause: You attempted to get, set, or find using an invalid relation.
Action: Check call to Built-in for correct arguments.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41101: No such property for Get_Relation_Property.
Cause: You attempted to get a non-existent relation property.
Action: Verify call to GET_RELATION_PROPERTY for valid property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41102: No such property for Set_Relation_Property.
Cause: You attempted to set a non-existent relation property.
Action: Verify call to SET_RELATION_PROPERTY for valid property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41103: No such property value for Set_Relation_Property.
Cause: Application design error. Improper relation property value passed to SET_RELATION_PROPERTY Built-in.
Action: Correct call to SET_RELATION_PROPERTY Built-in and retry.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41104: Cannot find Relation: invalid ID.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to FIND_RELATION will be performed.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41105: You cannot query records without a saved parent record.
Cause: You attempted to query detail records without first creating a master record.
Action: Create a master record, and then query the detail records.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41106: You cannot create records without a parent record.
Cause: You attempted to create new detail records without first creating a master record.
Action: Create a master record, and then add the detail records.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41107: Master delete option for the relation is invalid.
Cause: An invalid query data source type or an invalid DML data target type is specified for the detail block.
Action: Verify that the detail block's query data source and the DML data targets are of type table.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41200: Integration error: invalid product.
Cause: Invalid product name specified during integration.
Action: Check the integration parameters.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41201: Integration error: communication mode must be SYNCHRONOUS or ASYNCHRONOUS.
Cause: Invalid communication mode specified in RUN_REPORT_OBJECT.
Action: Check the RUN_REPORT_OBJECT parameters and try again.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41202: Integration error: parameter list %s has no parameters.
Cause: Parameter list has no arguments.
Action: Check the specified parameter list for parameters.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41203: Integration error: invalid parameter list ID.
Cause: An invalid parameter list ID was passed.
Action: Check the parameter list ID name and try again.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41204: Integration error: memory allocation error.
Cause: An internal error occurred.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41208: Integration error: execution mode must be BATCH or RUNTIME.
Cause: Invalid execution mode specified in RUN_REPORT_OBJECT.
Action: Specify either BATCH or RUNTIME for the execmode parameter.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41209: Integration error: document location must be FILESYSTEM or DB.
Cause: Invalid document location specified while integrating with another product.
Action: Specify either FILESYSTEM or DB for the location parameter.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41211: Integration error: SSL failure running another product.
Cause: There is a problem detected when launching another product.
Action: Check the RUN_REPORT_OBJECT Built-in.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41212: Integration error: invalid communication mode for data exchange
Cause: User specified an asynchronous RUN_REPORT_OBJECT.
Action: Change to a synchronous RUN_REPORT_OBJECT communication mode.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41213: Unable to connect to the Report server %s.
Cause: There is a problem connecting to the specified Report server.
Action: Check the Report server and make sure it is up and running.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41214: Unable to run report.
Cause: The report server was unable to run the specified report.
Action: Check the Report server and make sure it is up and running.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41215: Invalid server name or jobid.
Cause: There is a problem decoding the return value from the Built-in run_report.
Action: The return value from the Built-in run_report should not be modified before being passed to another report Built-in.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41216: Unable to cancel job.
Cause: There is a problem cancelling a report job.
Action: Check the Report server and make sure that the specified job exists.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41217: Unable to get report job status.
Cause: There is a problem getting report status for a given report job.
Action: Check the Report server and make sure that the specified job exists.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41218: Unable to copy report output.
Cause: There is a problem copying report output for a given report job.
Action: Check the Report server and make sure that the specified output file exists.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41219: Cannot find report: invalid ID.
Cause: The user has specified an invalid report object name.
Action: Check the form and make sure that the report object exists.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41220: Failed to authenticate user.
Cause: There was a failure in displaying the web report.
Action: Check if the user credentials are valid against identity store in use.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41221: Failed to connect to identity store.
Cause: There was a failure in connecting to authentication service of identity store.
Action: Check if the authentication service is running.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41300: Invalid parameter used for Set_Radio_Button_Property.
Cause: You specified a parameter that does not exist.
Action: Check the list of legal parameters.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41301: Invalid parameter used for Set_View_Property.
Cause: You specified a parameter that does not exist.
Action: Check the list of legal parameters.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41302: Invalid parameter used for Set_Canvas_Property.
Cause: You specified a parameter that does not exist.
Action: Check the list of legal parameters.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41303: No such property for Set_Window_Property.
Cause: You specified a property that does not exist.
Action: Check the list of legal properties.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41304: No such property for Set_Block_Property.
Cause: You specified a property that does not exist.
Action: Check the list of legal properties.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41305: No such property for Get_Block_Property.
Cause: You specified a property that does not exist.
Action: Check the list of legal properties.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41306: Invalid parameter used for Set_Window_Property.
Cause: You specified a parameter that is not valid.
Action: Check the list of valid parameters.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41307: Invalid parameter used for Set_Block_Property.
Cause: You specified a parameter that is not valid.
Action: Check the list of valid parameters.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41308: Error unsetting Group selection.
Cause: You tried to deselect a record or a subset of records that was not selected or is not in the record group.
Action: Check the records that are expected in the group.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41309: No such property for Get_Radio_Button_Property.
Cause: You specified a property that is invalid.
Action: Check the list of valid properties.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41310: No such property for Set_Radio_Button_Property.
Cause: You specified a property that is invalid.
Action: Check the list of valid properties.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41311: Invalid argument or argument ordering for %s.
Cause: You supplied an incorrect argument list.
Action: Check the list of valid arguments.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41312: Must have at least one writable item in block.
Cause: A block with the Insert Allowed Property or Update Allowed Property set to True must have at least one writable item. You attempted to make the only remaining base table item in the block not writable by setting either the Derived Column Property or Query Only Property to True.
Action: Set Insert Allowed or Update Allowed to False for the block, rather than setting Derived Column or Query Allowed to False for each item.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41313: No such property for Set_Alert_Property.
Cause: An invalid property has been specified for SET_ALERT_PROPERTY.
Action: Enter a valid alert property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41314: Cannot set Insert Allowed Property of current item %s.%s
Cause: You attempted to set the Insert Allowed Property for a current item.
Action: The Insert Allowed Property is only valid on non-current items. Make sure the item is not current.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41315: Cannot set Insert Allowed Property of non-displayed item %s.%s
Cause: You tried to set Insert Allowed Property for a non-displayed item.
Action: The Insert Allowed Property is only valid on displayed items. Make sure the item is displayed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41316: Cannot set Insert Allowed Property of disabled item %s.%s
Cause: You tried to set Insert Allowed Property for a disabled item.
Action: The Insert Allowed Property is only valid on enabled items. Make sure the item is enabled.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41317: Item is not a radio button %s
Cause: You tried to use a radio button Built-in with an item that is not a radio button.
Action: Make sure the item is a radio button.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41318: Item %s is not a VBX item.
Cause: You tried to use a VBX Built-in with an item that is not a VBX item.
Action: Make sure the item is a VBX item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41319: Invalid property %s specified for VBX item %s.
Cause: You tried to get or set an invalid property for the specified VBX item.
Action: Make sure the property is valid for the specified VBX item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41320: Unable to get property %s for VBX item %s.
Cause: Could not get the valid property for the VBX item.
Action: Check the list of legal properties.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41321: Unable to set property %s for VBX item %s.
Cause: Could not set the valid property for the VBX item.
Action: Check the list of legal properties.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41322: Invalid event %s for VBX item %s.
Cause: You tried to get or set an invalid event for the specified VBX item.
Action: Make sure the event is valid for the specified VBX item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41323: Too many parameters for event %s for VBX item %s.
Cause: You specified too many parameters for the event name for the VBX item.
Action: Make sure there is a valid number of parameters for the event.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41324: Too few parameters for event %s for VBX item %s.
Cause: You specified too few parameters for the event name for the VBX item.
Action: Make sure there is a valid number of parameters for the event.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41325: VBX event parameter must be a string.
Cause: The VBX event parameter is not a string.
Action: Make sure the VBX event parameter is a string.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41326: Failed to deliver event %s to VBX item %s.
Cause: The VBX event failed.
Action: Make sure the event is valid for the specified VBX item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41327: Failed to get default property for VBX item %s.
Cause: The VBX.GET_VALUE_PROPERTY Built-in failed.
Action: Make sure an initial value is assigned to the VB Control Value property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41328: Failed to set default property for VBX item %s.
Cause: The VBX.SET_VALUE_PROPERTY Built-in failed.
Action: Make sure you are setting a valid value property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41329: Item %s is not a List item.
Cause: You tried to add a list element to an item that is not a list.
Action: Make sure the item is a List item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41330: Could not insert list element into %s.
Cause: You tried to insert an other values element when the block contained either queried or changed records.
Action: For more information, refer to help for restrictions on <a href="../builta_c/addliste.html">ADD_LIST_ELEMENT Built-in</a>.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41331: Could not delete element from %s.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

You tried to delete the other values element when the block contained either queried or changed records.

You tried to delete an element from a list that does not contain an other values element when the block contained either queried or changed records.

Action: For more information, refer to help for restrictions on <a href="../builta_c/clearlis.html">CLEAR_LIST</a> and <a href="../builtd_f/dellsele.html">DELETE_LIST_ELEMENT</a>.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41332: List element index out of range.
Cause: An invalid index (e.g. a negative number) was specified to the Add_List_Element Built-in.
Action: Correct the index in the call to Add_List_Element.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41333: Cannot convert list element value.
Cause: Could not resolve list element value to a string.
Action: Make sure list element is a string.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41334: Invalid record group for list population.
Cause: You tried to populate a list from a record group that does not exist.
Action: Make sure the record group exists.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41335: Populate_List: invalid column type for column 1.
Cause: The record group does not have a column of the same type.
Action: Make sure record group has a column of the same type.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41336: Populate_List: invalid column type for column 2.
Cause: The record group does not have a column of the same type.
Action: Make sure record group has a column of the same type.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41337: Cannot populate the list from record group.
Cause: The record group is invalid or the list item does not satisfy the requirements for deleting and adding elements.
Action: Make sure the record group is valid. For more information about deleting and adding list elements, refer to help for restrictions on <a href="../builtd_f/dellsele.html">DELETE_LIST_ELEMENT</a> and <a href="../builta_c/addliste.html">ADD_LIST_ELEMENT</a>.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41338: Cannot retrieve the list into record group.
Cause: The record group is invalid.
Action: Make sure the record group is valid.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41339: Cannot clear the list.
Cause: A memory allocation failed when Forms Runtime attempted to clear a list.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41340: No such property or value for Set_Application_Property.
Cause: You specified an invalid property and/or an invalid value for a property.
Action: Specify a valid property and/or a valid value.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41341: Invalid cursor shape %s specified.
Cause: There is a predefined set of cursor types, and an invalid cursor type was specified.
Action: Specify a valid cursor type.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41342: Invalid parameter %s specified for VBX event %s.
Cause: You specified an invalid parameter for a VBX event.
Action: Check the parameter type.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41343: Item %s is not an OLE object.
Cause: Invalid item passed to OLE Built-in.
Action: Specify a valid OLE item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41344: OLE object not defined for %s in the current record.
Cause: An empty OLE container is defined.
Action: Define an OLE object to reside in the OLE container.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41345: Cannot find the verb %s for this server.
Cause: You specified an invalid OLE verb.
Action: Specify a valid OLE verb.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41346: Cannot determine the verb count for OLE object %s.
Cause: Could not communicate with OLE server.
Action: Re-install the OLE server.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41347: Invalid verb index for OLE object %s.
Cause: You provided an index that is greater than the verb count.
Action: Check the index value.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41348: OLE server error: %s.
Cause: OLE server detects an error.
Action: Try to resolve the error based on the message from the OLE server.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41349: OLE object %s cannot execute verb; verb id %d
Cause: OLE object does not recognize the verb.
Action: Try to execute another verb.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41350: OLE object is currently not displayed.
Cause: You tried to close a server that is not running.
Action: Ask if the server is active in a record that is not currently active.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41351: Cannot navigate out of current form.
Cause: You cannot navigate to an inactive form.
Action: Check to make sure the form you are navigating to is active.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41352: Failed to create a new session.
Cause: You attempted to open a new form with a new session.
Action: Check the database server.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41353: Cannot start another call form.
Cause: You went to a peer form and performed a call form.
Action: Make sure you are not at a peer form when calling the form.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41354: Cannot close form %s.
Cause: Unsuccessful attempt to close a form.
Action: Make sure the form is open.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41355: Cannot navigate to form %s.
Cause: You cannot navigate to an inactive form.
Action: Check to make sure you are navigating to an active form.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41356: Invalid method %s for VBX item %s.
Cause: You specified an invalid method name for the VBX item.
Action: Specify a valid method name for the VBX item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41357: Incorrect number of arguments to method %s for VBX item %s.
Cause: You specified an incorrect number of arguments to the method for the VBX item.
Action: Make sure the number of arguments is what the VBX item expects.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41358: Method %s failed for VBX item %s.
Cause: You specified an invalid method name for the VBX item.
Action: Specify a valid method name for the VBX item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41359: The Open_Form session feature is not enabled. Cannot create new session.
Cause: You do not have the multiple sessioning feature enabled on the database.
Action: The Open_Form session feature is only available for use against a database with multiple sessioning enabled.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41360: Invalid value used in Set_Window_Property for window %s.
Cause: You are using an invalid value when attempting to set a window property.
Action: Specify a valid window property value.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41361: Cannot navigate out of current form in Enter-Query mode.
Cause: You are in Enter-Query mode and trying to navigate to another form when using Open Form.
Action: Exit Enter-Query mode and try again.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41362: No such property for Set_Alert_Button_Property.
Cause: You specified an invalid property for Set_Alert_Button_Property.
Action: Specify a valid property for Set_Alert_Button_Property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41363: No such property for Set_LOV_Column_Property.
Cause: You specified an invalid property for Set_LOV_Column_Property.
Action: Specify a valid property for Set_LOV_Column_Property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41364: Invalid column number specified for LOV %s.
Cause: You specified an invalid column number for the LOV.
Action: Specify a valid column number for the LOV.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41365: No such property for Set_TabPage_Property.
Cause: You specified an invalid property for Set_TabPage_Property.
Action: Specify a valid property for Set_TabPage_Property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41366: No such property for Get_TabPage_Property.
Cause: You specified an invalid property parameter.
Action: Check the list of valid properties.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41367: Cannot find TabPage: invalid ID.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to FIND_TABPAGE will be performed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41368: Invalid parameter used for Set_TabPage_Property.
Cause: You specified a parameter that is not valid.
Action: Check the list of valid parameters.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41369: Cannot insert a second record into a single-record block.
Cause: You (or the application) have attempted to insert a second record into a block whose Single Record Property is TRUE.
Action: Don't attempt to insert a record into such a block.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41370: Cannot modify calculated item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. The application attempted to assign a value to a calculated item.
Action: If the calculated item is a formula item, then its formula determines its value at all times. It may be appropriate to modify the formula. Or it may be appropriate to change the calculated item to a non-calculated control item whose value is set in various triggers.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41371: Cannot set INSERT_ALLOWED Property of calculated item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY or SET_ITEM_INSTANCE_PROPERTY Built-in attempted to set a calculated item's INSERT_ALLOWED Property to TRUE.
Action: The call to the Built-in must be modified or removed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41372: Cannot set ITEM_IS_VALID Property of calculated item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY Built-in attempted to set a calculated item's ITEM_IS_VALID Property to FALSE.
Action: The call to the Built-in must be modified or removed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41373: Cannot set LOCK_RECORD Property of calculated item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY Built-in attempted to set a calculated item's LOCK_RECORD Property to TRUE.
Action: The call to the Built-in must be modified or removed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41374: Cannot set PRIMARY_KEY Property of calculated item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY Built-in attempted to set a calculated item's PRIMARY_KEY Property to TRUE.
Action: The call to the Built-in must be modified or removed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41375: Cannot set QUERYABLE Property of calculated item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY Built-in attempted to set a calculated item's QUERYABLE Property to TRUE.
Action: The call to the Built-in must be modified or removed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41376: Cannot set REQUIRED Property of calculated item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY or SET_ITEM_INSTANCE_PROPERTY Built-in attempted to set a calculated item's REQUIRED Property to TRUE.
Action: The call to the Built-in must be modified or removed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41377: Cannot set UPDATEABLE Property of calculated item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY or SET_ITEM_INSTANCE_PROPERTY Built-in attempted to set a calculated item's UPDATEABLE Property to TRUE.
Action: The call to the Built-in must be modified or removed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41378: Cannot set UPDATE_NULL Property of calculated item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY Built-in attempted to set a calculated item's UPDATE_NULL Property to TRUE.
Action: The call to the Built-in must be modified or removed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41379: Cannot recalculate non-formula item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A RECALCULATE Built-in specified an item which is not a formula item.
Action: The call to the Built-in must be modified or removed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41380: Cannot set the blocks query data source.
Cause: The user attempt to change the block's data source dynamically has failed.
Action: Check the form and make sure that the specified block is not a control block and the block status is new.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41381: Cannot set the blocks DML data target source.
Cause: The user attempt to change the block's DML data target dynamically has failed.
Action: Check the form and make sure that the specified block is not a control block and the block status is new.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41382: No such property for Get_Item_Instance_Property.
Cause: Application design error. A GET_ITEM_INSTANCE_PROPERTY Built-in specified an invalid property.
Action: The property must be changed to BORDER_BEVEL, INSERT_ALLOWED, NAVIGABLE, REQUIRED, UPDATEABLE, or VISUAL_ATTRIBUTE, or else the call to the Built-in must be removed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41383: No such property for Set_Item_Instance_Property.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_INSTANCE_PROPERTY Built-in specified an invalid property.
Action: The property must be changed to BORDER_BEVEL, INSERT_ALLOWED, NAVIGABLE, REQUIRED, UPDATEABLE, or VISUAL_ATTRIBUTE, or else the call to the Built-in must be removed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41384: Invalid parameter used for Set_Item_Instance_Property.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_INSTANCE_PROPERTY Built-in specified an invalid value for a property.
Action: The call to the Built-in must be modified or removed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41385: Maximum number of queried records exceeded.
Cause: The user specified maximum number of records for a given block is reached.
Action: Check the forms block and form level properties.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41386: Cannot set VISIBLE Property of tab page containing current item.
Cause: You tried to set the Visible Property for the tab page which contains the current item.
Action: The Visible Property is only valid for tab pages which don't contain the current item.

Navigate to an item on a different tab page or different canvas first.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41387: Cannot set VISIBLE Property of last enterable tab page.
Cause: You tried to set the Visible Property for the only enterable tab page on the canvas.
Action: Make sure there is at least one other enterable tab page on the canvas before trying to set the Visible Property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41388: Cannot set ENABLED Property of tab page containing current item.
Cause: You tried to set the Enabled Property for the tab page which contains the current item.
Action: The property is only valid for tab pages which don't contain the current item.

Navigate to an item on a different tab page or different canvas first.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41389: Cannot set ENABLED Property of last enterable tab page.
Cause: You tried to set the Enabled Property for the only enterable tab page on the canvas.
Action: Make sure there is at least one other enterable tab page on the canvas before trying to set the Enabled Property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41390: Cannot set REQUIRED Property of subordinate mirror item %s.%s.
Cause: Application design error. A SET_ITEM_PROPERTY or SET_ITEM_INSTANCE_PROPERTY Built-in attempted to set the Required Property of a subordinate mirror item. The Required Property will be obtained from the master mirror item (the item specified by the Synchronize With Item Property).
Action: Set the Required Property of the master mirror item.

Level: 25

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41391: Cannot find visual attribute: invalid ID.
Cause: An invalid ID was passed to a Built-in subprogram.
Action: Verify that a proper call to Find_VA will be performed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41392: No such property for Get_VA_Property.
Cause: You attempted to get a non-existent visual attribute property.
Action: Verify call to Get_VA_Property for a valid property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41393: No such property for Set_VA_Property.
Cause: You attempted to set an invalid visual attribute property.
Action: Check the documentation for setting visual attribute properties and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41394: Invalid parameter value used for Set_VA_Property.
Cause: You attempted to set an invalid value for a visual attribute property.
Action: Check the documentation for setting visual attribute properties and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41395: Invalid parameter used for Set_Report_Object_Property.
Cause: You specified a parameter that does not exist.
Action: Check the list of legal parameters.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41396: No such property for Get/Set_Report_Object_Property.
Cause: You specified a property that does not exist.
Action: Check the list of legal properties.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41402: Invalid type of visual attribute passed to Set_<object>_Property.
Cause: You attempted to set an object's visual attribute to a VA of the wrong type.
Action: Verify VA types in the Builder and specify a valid VA for this object.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41403: Cannot set DEFAULT_WHERE: invalid value.
Cause: The user attempted to set the DEFAULT_WHERE to an invalid value.
Action: Check the value you chose in your call to SET_BLOCK_PROPERTY is valid.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41411: SELECTED_RADIO_BUTTON property allowed only on a radio group.
Cause: The user attempted to obtain the SELECTED_RADIO_BUTTON property for an item which is not a rasio group.
Action: Check the value that was specified for the item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41412: Cannot set scrollbar position for specified block.
Cause: The user attempted to set a scrollbar position property for a block which has no scrollbar.
Action: Check the value that was specified for the block.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41413: Cannot get scrollbar position for specified block.
Cause: The user attempted to get a scrollbar position property for a block which has no scrollbar.
Action: Check the value that was specified for the block.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41414: Combo box item element %s is longer than Maximum Length.
Cause: The label for combo box item element %s is longer than Maximum Length.
Action: Reduce the number of characters in the element's label.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41800: List of Values not available for this field.
Cause: You pressed [List], but the form does not provide a list of values for this field.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-41801: Last value retrieved.
Cause: You pressed [List] and then pressed [Next Item] after the last value in the list was displayed.
Action: Enter an item value or press [List] again to display the list of possible values.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-41802: Duplicate record function allowed on new records only.
Cause: You pressed [Duplicate Record], but the current record is the one that has been fetched from the database.
Action: No action is necessary. You can use [Duplicate Record] only when creating a new record.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41803: No previous record to copy value from.
Cause: You pressed [Duplicate Item] or [Duplicate Record], but the current record is the first record in the block.
Action: No action is necessary. [Duplicate Item] and [Duplicate Record] are meaningless in this context.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41804: Variable was not entered: %.30s.
Cause: Your response to the Query Where alert contained a placeholder not used in any of the query items.
Action: Correct the placeholder in your response, or define it in one of the query items. Then re-execute the query.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41805: Ambiguous item name: %s.
Cause: Application design error. A call to a Built-in specified an ambiguous item name. (No block was specified, and more than one block contains an item of the specified name).
Action: Specify a block name (block.item).

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41806: Too many variables used.
Cause: You used more than 25 substitution variables in your query.
Action: Reduce the number of substitution variables and re-query.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41809: Error initializing Menu.
Cause: You tried to use the menu component from within Oracle Forms, and an internal error occurred.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41810: Error creating menu.
Cause: You tried to use the menu component from within Oracle Forms, and an internal error occurred.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41811: Error removing menu.
Cause: You tried to use Menus from within Oracle Forms, and an internal Menu error occurred.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41812: Error resetting Menu.
Cause: You tried to use the menu component from within Oracle Forms, and an internal error occurred.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41813: Form exited by debug mode.
Cause: You selected the Exit Oracle Forms Runtime option on the Break Processing menu.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-41814: Invalid page position.
Cause: Application design error. A trigger tried to move or resize a view to a page that would cause all or part of the view to display off of the screen.
Action: Correct the statement.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41815: No such property for Get_LOV_Property.
Cause: You attempted to get a nonexistent LOV property.
Action: Verify the valid LOV properties and try again.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41816: Attempt to create existing timer: %s.
Cause: Attempted to create a timer that already exists.
Action: Delete or alter the existing timer before re-creating a new one.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41817: No such timer: %s.
Cause: You attempted to alter or delete a non-existent timer.
Action: Check the Built-in for proper arguments.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41818: Toolkit failed to create timer %s :may be out of memory.
Cause: An internal error occurred while attempting to create a timer, possibly as a result of memory constraints.
Action: Check and adjust memory quotas as necessary.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41819: Timers are not supported on this platform.
Cause: Illegal attempt to create a timer on a platform where timers are not supported.
Action: None. A timer option is unavailable on your platform.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41820: Toolkit failed to delete timer: %s.
Cause: Internal error caused by timer failure.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41821: Timer name too long: %s...
Cause: You attempted to create a timer with a name longer than 30 bytes.
Action: Retry with a shorter name.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41822: Timer name may not be null string.
Cause: You attempted to create a timer with a null name.
Action: Retry with a non-null name.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41823: Illegal timer interval for timer %s.
Cause: You attempted to create a timer with an interval less than 1 millisecond.
Action: Recreate your timer with an interval of at least 1 millisecond.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41824: Date/time operation failed for %s.
Cause: An internal error occurred while attempting to resolve a date/time initial value for an item.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 10

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41825: No such property for Set_LOV_Property.
Cause: You attempted to set a nonexistent LOV property.
Action: Verify the valid LOV properties and try again.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41826: Cannot replace group; columns don't match LOV.
Cause: Cannot replace the list of values' current record group with a record group that is incompatible with the LOV column structure.
Action: Do not attempt to assign this record group to this LOV.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41827: Group does not exist.
Cause: The group name or ID specified is invalid.
Action: Check the name or ID entered and try again.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41828: LOV does not exist.
Cause: LOV name or ID specified is invalid.
Action: Check the name or ID entered and try again.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41829: Record not created.
Cause: Application design error. The record failed to get its initial value.
Action: Contact the application designer.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41830: List of Values contains no entries.
Cause: The record group underlying the LOV contains no records.
Action: Check to be sure that any criteria used to reduce a long list LOV did not eliminate all matches.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41832: Error: program unit %s in library %s is uncompiled.
Cause: You called an uncompiled program unit from a library.
Action: Follow the PL/SQL program error.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41833: Warning! Program unit %s in library %s is uncompiled.
Cause: You called an uncompiled program unit in a library when debug mode was specified.
Action: This is just a warning. Forms Runtime will attempt to compile and run the program unit.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-41835: Canvas %s is not a tab canvas.
Cause: You tried to perform a tab canvas specific operation on a canvas which is not a tab canvas.
Action: Make sure the canvas specified is a tab canvas.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41836: No tab page %s in canvas %s.
Cause: You tried to perform an operation on a tab page which does not exist in the specified canvas.
Action: Make sure you specify a tab page which exists in the specified tab canvas.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41837: Error raising tab page %s.
Cause: The specified tab page could not be brought to the top (made the current page of the tab canvas).
Action: Make sure the specified page is enabled, and not hidden.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41838: Unable to open temporary record buffer file %s
Cause: Unable to open file used as temporary record buffer.
Action: Verify that the file system or directory in which the file resides exists and that you have permissions to read and write to it.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41839: Disk I/O error on temporary record buffer file %s
Cause: An I/O error occurred on attempting to read or write a record to the temporary record buffer file.
Action: Verify that the file system or directory in which the file resides exists, and that you have permissions to read and write to it, and that it contains sufficient space.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41840: Insufficient main memory for record buffers
Cause: Unable to allocate memory for a record being created in a block.
Action: Try restarting application when fewer programs are running concurrently, or on a machine with more memory. The design may need to be changed so that one or more blocks have smaller values for the Records Buffered Property.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41841: Use the debugger-enabled executable if specifying DEBUG=YES.
Cause: You tried to use the debugger from an executable which doesn't include it.
Action: Run the other executable (name will vary with operating system), which includes the debugger.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-41843: Invalid time zone region %s for ADJUST_TZ.
Cause: A call to the ADJUST_TZ procedure specified an invalid 'from' or 'to' time zone region name.
Action: Specify a valid name. If the name is valid, you may need to ask your system administrator to install a larger time zone file.

Level: 25

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41844: ADJUST_TZ could not convert date.
Cause: A call to the ADJUST_TZ procedure specified valid 'from' and 'to' time zone region names, but nevertheless failed. This probably indicates that the date was too close to the boundary dates of Jan 1, 4712 BC or Dec 31, 9999 AD.
Action: Specify a valid date.

Level: 25

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41845: Javascript events have been disabled.
Cause: Either the environment variable FORMS_ALLOW_JAVASCRIPT_EVENTS or the applet parameter enableJavaScriptEvent has been set to FALSE.
Action: Set client applet's parameter enableJavaScriptEvent and the server's environment variable FORMS_ALLOW_JAVASCRIPT_EVENTS to true. The default value of both these variables is true.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41846: Too many items in block %s.
Cause: The specified block contains more than approximately 5000 items.
Action: Redesign the form.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-41900: Run aborted by fatal error.
Cause: Internal error.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-41901: Error: %d cursors were not closed.
Cause: Internal error.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-41902: Total cursors used %d.
Cause: This message appears when you run a form with the Statistics preference set to True.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-41903: Run aborted by end of input file.
Cause: Internal error.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-42017: Module name must be specified.
Cause: You did not specify a module name.
Action: Specify a module name.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-42100: No errors encountered recently.
Cause: You pressed [Display Error], but no error has occurred recently.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-42400: Performing event trigger %s.
Cause: This message is displayed during a trigger when debug mode is specified.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-42401: Performing program trigger %s.
Cause: This message is displayed during a trigger when debug mode is specified.
Action: No action is necessary.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-MESSAGE

FRM-42423: Cannot execute trigger %s: no compiled state
Cause: This message is displayed when running a form in debug mode, if the compiled state of a trigger has been destroyed. This can happen if you apply a change to the trigger text and that change results in compilation errors.
Action: You can recompile the trigger in the debugger or exit the form and start it up again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-42431: Unable to initialize debugger.
Cause: An error occured while attempting to initialize debugger. This could be caused by one of the following:

1. The JVM failed to startup.

2. The Classpath does not include the debugger dependencies.

Action: Restart the JVM or modify the Classpath.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-42435: Remote Debugger: Specified port(s) are not available.
Cause: Other processes are using the specified port(s).
Action: Try some other port.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-47000: Cannot create Parameter List %s : internal error.
Cause: Internal error.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47001: Cannot create Parameter List %s : list with this name exists.
Cause: The name you specified for the parameter list is already in use.
Action: Specify another name for the parameter list.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47002: Cannot create Parameter List : name must not be null.
Cause: The parameter list name cannot be null.
Action: Specify a name for the parameter list.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47003: Cannot delete Parameter List : internal error.
Cause: Internal error.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47004: Cannot delete Parameter List : invalid ID.
Cause: Attempted to pass an invalid parameter list ID.
Action: Check the list ID name and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47005: Cannot validate parameter %s : internal error.
Cause: Internal error.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47006: Cannot create Parameter List '%s' : illegal identifier name.
Cause: Illegal identifier name.
Action: Check valid syntax for the identifier.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47007: Cannot get parameter %s attributes from Parameter List : invalid list ID.
Cause: Specified an invalid parameter list ID.
Action: Check the parameter list ID name and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47008: Cannot add parameter %s to Parameter List %s : internal error.
Cause: An internal error occurred.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47009: Cannot add parameter %s to Parameter List : invalid list ID.
Cause: You specified an invalid parameter list ID.
Action: Check the parameter list ID name and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47010: Cannot add parameter to Parameter List %s : null key specified.
Cause: No name specified for the parameter.
Action: Specify a parameter name key in your call to ADD_PARAMETER.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47011: Cannot add parameter %s to Parameter List %s : incorrect type specified.
Cause: You specified an invalid parameter type.
Action: Specify either TEXT_PARAMETER or DATA_PARAMETER.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47012: Cannot add parameter %s to Parameter List %s : group %s does not exist.
Cause: Record group name does not exist.
Action: Check the record group name and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47013: Cannot add parameter %s to Parameter List %s : parameter with this name exists.
Cause: Parameter with this name already exists.
Action: Specify another name for the parameter.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47014: Cannot delete parameter %s from Parameter List %s : internal error.
Cause: Internal error.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47015: Cannot delete parameter %s from Parameter List : invalid list ID.
Cause: Specified an invalid parameter list ID.
Action: Check the list ID name and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47016: Cannot delete parameter from Parameter List %s : null key specified.
Cause: You did not specify a name for the parameter.
Action: Correct the call to DELETE_PARAMETER by supplying a parameter name.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47017: Cannot delete parameter %s from Parameter List %s : no such named parameter exists.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. You specified a parameter name that does not exist.

Action: Check the parameter name and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47018: Cannot set parameter %s attributes in Parameter List %s : internal error.
Cause: Internal error: you specified an invalid parameter list ID.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47019: Cannot set parameter %s attributes in Parameter List : invalid list ID.
Cause: You specified an invalid parameter list ID.
Action: Check the parameter list ID name and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47020: Cannot set parameter %s attributes in Parameter List %s : no such named parameter exists.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. You specified a parameter name that does not exist.

Action: Check the parameter name and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47021: No such parameter named %s exists in Parameter List %s.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. You specified a parameter name that does not exist.

Action: Check the name and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47022: Cannot create Parameter List %s : name is a reserved word.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. You specified a name that is a reserved word.

Action: Specify another name for the parameter list.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47023: No such parameter named %s exists in form %s.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. You specified a parameter name does not exist.

Action: Check the name and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47024: Parameter %s type does not match definition in form %s.
Cause: You specified a parameter type that does not match the definition in the form.
Action: Specify a parameter type that matches the definition in the form.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47025: Cannot get parameter %s attributes from Parameter List %s : internal error.
Cause: Internal error: you specified an invalid parameter list ID.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47026: Cannot get parameter %s attributes from Parameter List %s : no such named parameter exists.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. You specified a parameter name does not exist.

Action: Check the name and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47027: Cannot add parameter %s to Parameter List %s : invalid key specified .
Cause: You specified an invalid parameter list ID.
Action: Check the name and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47028: Cannot set parameter %s attribute in Parameter List %s : group %s does not exist.
Cause: You specified an invalid parameter list ID.
Action: Check the name and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47029: Invalid parameter list ID in form %s.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. You specified a parameter name does not exist.

Action: Check the ID and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47030: Value of parameter %s is too long for definition in form %s.
Cause: You specified a parameter that is too long.
Action: Specify a parameter that is valid.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47031: Cannot set value of parameter %s in DEFAULT parameter list: invalid value specified.
Cause: Application design error. A Built-in (such as SET_PARAMETER_ATTR) is attempting to set the value of a parameter which was defined when the form was designed, but the value specified is not legal for the parameter's datatype.
Action: The call to the Built-in must be modified or removed.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47032: Cannot set value of parameter %s in DEFAULT parameter list: internal error.
Cause: An internal error while attempting to set the value of a parameter.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47033: Cannot set value of read-only bind variable %s.
Cause: Application design error. The application attempted to assign a value to a bind variable which cannot be programmtically modified.
Action: The assignment must be removed.

Level: 25

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47100: Cannot read image file %s.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. Oracle Forms was unable to find or open the file.

3. The data in the file is not in the specified format.

Action: Check the file name and file format and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47101: Cannot write image file %s.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. Oracle Forms was unable to find or open the file.

3. The data in the file is not in the specified format.

Action: Check the file name, and make sure you have write privileges.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47102: Cannot perform %s operation on images %s and %s.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. This operation cannot be performed on color images.

Action: Check to see that both images are black and white.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47103: Cannot zoom image %s.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. Internal multimedia error caused by trying to scale a null image or invalid image data.

Action: Check the image name that you want to zoom and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47104: Invalid image type %s.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. Data in the file name specified does not match the data type specified.

Action: Check the file name and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47105: No image name specified.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. You did not supply a name to the Built-in call.

Action: Refer to the documentation for the proper syntax for the Built-in in question.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47106: No image type specified.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. You did not specify an image type when calling READ_IMAGE_FILE or WRITE_IMAGE_FILE.

Action: Supply an image type as an argument in your call to READ_IMAGE_FILE or WRITE_IMAGE_FILE.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47107: Invalid scaling factor %d for Image_Zoom.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. You specified an invalid scaling factor.

Action: Correct the call to IMAGE_ZOOM.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47108: Item %s is not an image item.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. You attempted to perform an image operation on an item that is not an image item.

Action: Check the item name and try again.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47109: Cannot locate image file %s.
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. You specified a file that cannot be found or does not exist.

Action: Verify that the file exists and the pathname is correct.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47110: No region was selected for Image_Zoom: %s
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. You tried to zoom an image without selecting an image region.

Action: Select an image region.

Level: 20

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47111: Cannot copy value to item: %s
Cause: Caused by one of the following:

1. You specified an invalid parameter list ID.

2. You tried to use the COPY Built-in on an image item.

Action: You cannot use the COPY Built-in on an image item.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47300: Item is not a hierarchical tree. (%s)
Cause: A hierarchical tree Built-in was invoked on a non-tree item.
Action: Check item type and name.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47301: Cannot add data as sibling to the tree root.
Cause: ADD_TREE_DATA or ADD_TREE_NODE attempted to add data as a sibling of the root.
Action: Add data at a lower level in the tree.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47302: Can only add data to tree as child or sibling.
Cause: ADD_TREE_DATA or ADD_TREE_NODE attempted to use an unknown offset_type value.
Action: Only PARENT_OFFSET and SIBLING_OFFSET are allowed for the offset_type parameter.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47303: ADD_TREE_DATA only accepts data from a group or query.
Cause: ADD_TREE_DATA attempted to use an unknown datasource value.
Action: Only RECORD_GROUP and QUERY_TEXT are allowed for the datasource parameter.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47304: Cannot delete the root node of a tree.
Cause: DELETE_TREE_NODE attempted to delete the root node.
Action: Check if a node is the root (use ID_NULL) before trying to delete it.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47305: Can only search a tree looking for label or value.
Cause: FIND_TREE_NODE attempted to use an unknown search_by parameter value.
Action: Set the search_by parameter to NODE_LABEL or NODE_VALUE.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47306: Search_type must be FIND_NEXT or FIND_NEXT_CHILD.
Cause: FIND_TREE_NODE attempted to use an invalid search_type parameter value.
Action: Set the search_type parameter to FIND_NEXT or FIND_NEXT_CHILD.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47307: Cannot get the properties of the tree root node.
Cause: GET_TREE_NODE_PARENT or GET_TREE_NODE_PROPERTY attempted to obtain information from the root node.
Action: Only invoke the Built-ins against valid nodes.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47308: Invalid property for GET or SET_TREE_NODE_PROPERTY.
Cause: You passed an invalid property constant to GET or SET_TREE_NODE_PROPERTY.
Action: Verify arguments.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47309: Invalid property for GET or SET_TREE_PROPERTY.
Cause: You passed an invalid property constant to GET or SET_TREE_PROPERTY.
Action: Verify arguments.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47310: Bad selection index for GET_TREE_SELECTION.
Cause: Selection index must be in the range 1 .. number of selected nodes.
Action: Ensure that the selection is within the required range.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47311: Error populating record group.
Cause: Invalid record group specified for POPULATE_GROUP_FROM_TREE.
Action: Check existence of the record group, and that it isn't statically defined.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47312: Internal error populating record group.
Cause: Internal error during POPULATE_GROUP_FROM_TREE. Note that some rows may already have been added.
Action: Unable to add row to the record group.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47313: Invalid query for the hierarchical tree.
Cause: Unable to create valid tree data from the specified query text.
Action: Check the query text for a valid number of columns and valid data types.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47314: Cannot set the properties of the tree root node.
Cause: SET_TREE_NODE_PROPERTY attempted to set a property of the root node.
Action: Only invoke the Built-in against valid nodes.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47315: Invalid parameter value for SET_TREE_NODE_PROPERTY.
Cause: Check the parameter values for the tree node property being set.
Action: Correct the parameter value passed to SET_TREE_NODE_PROPERTY.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47316: Branch nodes with no children are not allowed.
Cause: Attempt to change the state of a node from a leaf node to a branch. This tree does not allow empty branch nodes.
Action: Either change the tree to allow empty branch nodes, or add children to the node.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47317: Leaf nodes cannot have children.
Cause: Attempt to change the state of a node with children from a branch node to a leaf.
Action: Delete the children from the node before changing the node's state.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47318: Invalid parameter value for SET_TREE_PROPERTY.
Cause: Check the parameter values for the tree property being set.
Action: Correct the parameter value passed to SET_TREE_PROPERTY.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47319: Cannot select the tree root node.
Cause: SET_TREE_SELECTION attempted to select the root node.
Action: Only invoke the Built-in against valid nodes.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47320: Bad selection type for SET_TREE_SELECTION.
Cause: SET_TREE_SELECTION attempted to use an invalid selection_type parameter value.
Action: Set the selection_type parameter to SELECT_ON, SELECT_OFF, or SELECT_TOGGLE.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47321: Data used to populate tree is invalid.
Cause: ADD_TREE_DATA attempted to use data of wrong format.
Action: Check number and type of columns in group or query.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47322: The specified tree data source is not a record group.
Cause: The data source for the tree was declared a record group, but isn't.
Action: Check that the id or name specified is of an existing record group.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47323: No nodes are selected in the tree.
Cause: Attempt was made to obtain a selected node when none are currently selected.
Action: Check for number of selected nodes before trying to retrieve one of them.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47324: Could not allocate memory for tree structures.
Cause: Unable to allocate memory for internal tree structures. Tree destroyed.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47325: Could not allocate memory for tree node.
Cause: Unable to allocate memory for a tree node.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47333: Could not set required state for tree node.
Cause: Unable to change state for a tree node.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47334: Could not allocate memory for tree node icon string.
Cause: Unable to allocate memory for the name of a tree node icon.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47335: Could not locate a tree node icon. (%s)
Cause: Unable to find the desired icon in standard locations.
Action: Check that your tree node icons are located in the proper directories.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47336: Could not set tree node to the requested icon.
Cause: Unable to set the requested tree node icon.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47337: Tree node label cannot be null.
Cause: Attempt was made to set a tree node's label to a null value.
Action: Set the label to a non-null value.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47338: Could not allocate memory for tree node label.
Cause: Unable to allocate memory for a tree node label.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47339: Could not set tree node to the requested label.
Cause: Unable to set the requested tree node label.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47340: Could not allocate memory for tree node value.
Cause: Unable to allocate memory for a tree node value.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47341: There are too many nodes for the tree.
Cause: Only MAX-SIGNED-4-BYTE nodes, both current and deleted, are permitted in a tree.
Action: Decrease the number of nodes placed in the tree. If constantly adding and removing nodes, you might need to clear and re-populate the tree.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47342: Could not allocate memory for tree query text.
Cause: Unable to allocate memory for the tree query text.
Action: Try executing the application when the system is less heavily loaded. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47343: Invalid node ID specified for hierarchical tree item %s
Cause: A hierarchical tree built-in was invoked on a hierarchical tree item, but the node ID passed to the built-in was not valid for the tree item.
Action: Specify a valid node ID.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47500: Failed to register database event %s
Cause: Attempt to register a database event failed
Action: Check the event attributes on the database side

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47501: Invalid event id
Cause: Invalid event id
Action: Check the event id

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-47502: Invalid event property
Cause: Invalid event property
Action: Check the event event property

Level: 5

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47700: Failed to start the JVM.
Cause: An error occured while attempting to start the inprocess JVM.
Action: Make sure that jvm libraries can be located by the runtime process

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-47800: Unable to communicate with the JVM Controller: %s.
Cause: Unable to communicate with the JVM Controller
Action: JVM Controller, to which runform is connected, might be down. Contact your system administrator.

Level: 99

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50000: Value is too long.
Cause: You entered a value which contains too many bytes or characters for the item.
Action: Enter a shorter value.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50001: Acceptable characters are a-z, A-Z, and space.
Cause: You entered an unacceptable character into the item.
Action: Enter a character from a-z, A-Z, or a space.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50002: Month must be between 1 and 12.
Cause: You entered an invalid month value in a date field.
Action: Enter a month value from 1 (for January) to 12 (for December).

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50003: Year must be in proper range.
Cause: You entered a year that is not valid for the applicable format mask year element.
Action: Enter a valid year. For most format mask year elements, a number between 0 and 9999 is acceptable. For signed format mask year elements, a number between -4712 and -1 may also be specified.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50004: Day must be between 1 and last of month.
Cause: You entered an invalid day.
Action: Enter a valid day. For April, for example, enter a number between 1 and 30.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50006: Legal characters are 0-9 + and -.
Cause: You entered an unacceptable character in a number item.
Action: Enter a valid number. A valid number has digits 0 through 9. A number may be preceded by a plus (+) or minus (-) sign. If the message allows it, a number may contain one decimal point at any location, except before the sign.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50007: Too many digits after decimal point.
Cause: You entered a number with 3 or more decimal digits after the decimal point in an item with the MONEY or RMONEY data type.
Action: Re-enter a valid number.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50009: Too many decimal points.
Cause: You entered a number that contains two or more decimal points, or you have entered a number that contains a decimal point in an item that requires a whole (non-decimal) number.
Action: Enter a number with no more than one decimal point. If you have used only one decimal, remove the decimal and the decimal part of the number.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50010: Money format is [+-]9999999.99
Cause: You entered an invalid value in a MONEY or RMONEY item.
Action: Enter a valid value. This value should have zero or dollar digits, followed by a decimal and two cents digits. The entire number can be preceded by a plus (+) or a minus (-) sign.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50011: Not a valid month name.
Cause: You entered an invalid month name in a date field.
Action: Enter a valid month name. Oracle Forms recognizes the first three characters of a month name. For example, JAN stands for January, JUN for June.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50012: Date must be entered in a format like %s.
Cause: You entered an invalid or incorrectly formatted date.
Action: Re-enter the date in the requested format.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50013: Plus or minus must be in first position.
Cause: You entered the plus or minus sign in the wrong position.
Action: Retype with the plus or minus sign in the first position.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50014: Bad exponent.
Cause: You entered an exponent in an item that does not accept exponents.
Action: Enter a value without an exponent.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50016: Legal characters are 0-9 - + E .
Cause: You entered an unacceptable character in a number item.
Action: Enter a valid number. A valid number has digits 0 through 9. A number may be preceded by a plus (+) or minus (-) sign. If the message allows it, a number may contain one decimal point at any location, except before the sign. You can use an E to specify scientific notation.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50017: Hour must be between 0 and 23.
Cause: You entered an invalid hour.
Action: Enter a valid hour. Oracle Forms records time on a 24-hour basis.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50018: Minutes must be between 00 and 59.
Cause: You entered an invalid minute value.
Action: Enter a valid minute value.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50019: Seconds must be between 00 and 59.
Cause: You entered an invalid value.
Action: Enter a value between 00 and 59.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50020: Missing exponent.
Cause: You failed to enter an exponent.
Action: Enter an exponent.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50021: Date must be entered in a format like %s.
Cause: You entered an invalid or incorrectly formatted date.
Action: Re-enter the date in the requested format.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50022: Time must be entered in a format like %s.
Cause: You entered an invalid or incorrectly formatted time.
Action: Re-enter the time in the requested format.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50023: Date must be entered in a format like %s.
Cause: You entered an invalid or incorrectly formatted date.
Action: Re-enter the date in the requested format.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50024: Space are allowed in leading positions only.
Cause: You entered spaces intermixed with data.
Action: Re-enter data with no spaces intermixed.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50025: Date/time must be entered in a format like %s.
Cause: You entered an invalid or incorrectly formatted date and time.
Action: Re-enter the date and time in the requested format.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50026: Date must be entered in a format like %s.
Cause: You entered an invalid or incorrectly formatted date.
Action: Re-enter the date in the requested format.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50027: Invalid format mask for given datatype.
Cause: The format mask you assigned to a text item is incompatible with the data type of the text item.
Action: Assign a new format mask to the text item. For more information, refer to help on <a href="../../designing_forms/items/f500842.html">About Formatting Text Item Values with Format Masks</a>.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50028: Format mask not allowed for this datatype.
Cause: The data types LONG and IMAGE do not support a format mask.
Action: Do not try to create a format mask for data types LONG or IMAGE.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50029: Too many digits preceding decimal point for scientific notation.
Cause: You specified a number using scientific notation, but used more than one digit preceding the decimal point.
Action: Re-enter the number using scientific notation.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50045: Seconds past midnight confilicts with hour.
Cause: You entered a time where the seconds past midnight component does not agree with the hour component.
Action: Make sure the hour and seconds past midnight agree, or use a format mask without seconds past midnight.

Level: 15

Trigger: ON-ERROR

FRM-50048: New passwords do not match. Please make them identical.
Cause: You entered different strings in 'New Password' and 'Retype New' fields.
Action: Re-enter the values in (New and Retype) fields such that they identical.

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-91124: fatal error in runtime process: %s specified for FORMS_DECIMAL_PREFIX. Should be zero or the empty string
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-91126: fatal error in runtime process: invalid value %s specified for environment variable %s
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-91127: fatal error in runtime process: invalid directory name specified for environment variable %s
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-91129: fatal error in runtime process: no value specified for required environment variable %s
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-91130: fatal error in runtime process: timezone file %s is missing
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-91131: fatal error in runtime process: timezone file %s not loaded - required memory unavailable
Cause: The timezone file could not be loaded. This probably indicates insufficient swap space.
Action: Retry the application when the system is less heavily loaded.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-91132: fatal error in runtime process: invalid data in timezone file %s
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-91135: fatal error in runtime process: message file %s is missing
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92000: internal error: cannot access Java class
Cause: The Forms server requested a Java class by specifying a numeric "handlerClassId", and the Forms Java client found an entry for the specified handlerClassId in the registry. However, the Java class that was specified by the registry entry could not be accessed.
Action: Examine the stack trace that accompanies this message. If the stack trace indicates a possible cause (e.g. a configuration problem), correct it. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92010: Fatal error: serverArgs parameter is either not set or is blank.
Cause: The serverArgs applet parameter (which represents the command-line arguments that are passed to the frmweb executable) is either missing or has a blank value. The base HTML files that are shipped with the produce specify a valid value for the serverArgs parameter, so presumably that value has been modified, or else a non-standard base HTML file has been specified.
Action: The system administrator should ensure that the base HTML file correctly defines the serverArgs parameter.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92020: invalid URL %s sent to browser with target %s. full details: %s
Cause: The Forms application executed the web.showDocument built-in, and the applet did not define the clientBrowser parameter, which caused Forms to attempt to resolve the specified URL relative to the applet's document base. However, this attempt encountered a MalformedURLException. This is not a fatal error.
Action: Correct the URL that is passed to the web.showDocument built-in.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92030: internal error: no registry entry for handleClassId=%s
Cause: The Forms server requested a Java class by specifying a numeric "handlerClassId", but the Forms Java client could not find an entry for the specified handlerClassId in the registry.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92040: internal error: cannot find Java class
Cause: The Forms server requested a Java class by specifying a numeric "handlerClassId", and the Forms Java client found an entry for the specified handlerClassId in the registry. However, the Java class that was specified by the registry entry could not be found.
Action: Examine the stack trace that accompanies this message. If the stack trace indicates a possible cause (e.g. a configuration problem), correct it. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92050: fatal error: cannot connect to the server: %s:%s
Cause: An attempt was made to connect to the Forms server. The serverURL applet parameter was not specified, so Forms attempted to connect to the specified host machine, on the specified port. (These are derived from the serverHost and serverPort applet parameters, if specified). However, an unexpected Exception was encountered. This message appears when there is no message that gives a more specific reason for the connection failure.
Action: Examine the stack trace that accompanies this message. If the stack trace indicates a possible cause, correct it. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92052: fatal error: cannot connect to the server at URL %s
Cause: An attempt was made to connect to the Forms server, at the specified URL. (This is derived from the serverURL applet parameter). However, an unexpected Exception was encountered. This message appears when there is no message that gives a more specific reason for the connection failure.
Action: Examine the stack trace that accompanies this message. If the stack trace indicates a possible cause, correct it. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92060: fatal error: cannot connect to the server: bad machine specification: %s:%s
Cause: An attempt was made to connect to the Forms server. The serverURL applet parameter was not specified, so Forms attempted to connect to the specified host machine, on the specified port. (These are derived from the serverHost and serverPort applet parameters, if specified). However, the format of the host/port combination was invalid.
Action: Correct the syntax of the serverHost and/or the serverPort applet parameter, or specify a valid value for the serverURL applet parameter.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92062: fatal error: cannot connect to the server: bad URL specification: %s
Cause: An attempt was made to connect to the Forms server, at the specified URL. (This is derived from the serverURL applet parameter). However, the URL was malformed.
Action: Correct the syntax of the serverURL applet parameter.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92070: internal error: cannot instantiate Java class
Cause: The Forms server requested a Java class by specifying a numeric "handlerClassId", and the Forms Java client found an entry for the specified handlerClassId in the registry. However, the Java class that was specified by the registry entry could not be instantiated.
Action: Examine the stack trace that accompanies this message. If the stack trace indicates a possible cause (e.g. a configuration problem), correct it. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92080: fatal error: cannot execute command: %s %s. full details: %s
Cause: The Forms application executed the web.showDocument built-in, and the applet defined the clientBrowser parameter, which caused Forms to attempt to start the specified external client browser. However, this attempt encountered an Exception.
Action: If the "full details" messages indicates the problem, correct it. Otherwise, if the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92089: unexpected fatal error while initializing the applet's user interface
Cause: An unexpected Exception was encountered while attempting to initialize the applet's user interface.
Action: Examine the stack trace that accompanies this message. If the stack trace indicates a possible cause, correct it. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console, applet status window

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92090: unexpected fatal error in client-side Java code during startup
Cause: An unexpected Exception was encountered in client-side Java code during startup.
Action: Examine the stack trace that accompanies this message. If the stack trace indicates a possible cause, correct it. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92091: unexpected fatal error in client-side Java code
Cause: An unexpected Exception was encountered in client-side Java code (after startup).
Action: Examine the stack trace that accompanies this message. If the stack trace indicates a possible cause, correct it. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92102: A network error or server failure has occurred. The Forms client has attempted to reestablish its connection to the Server %s time(s) without success. You will need to restart your application.
Cause: The Forms Java client attempted to communicate with the Forms server. The indicated number of attempts (specified by the networkRetries applet parameter) were made, but each attempt encountered an unexpected Exception. This probably indicates a problem with the network, or with the application server that was hosting the Forms server, or with the server machine that was hosting the application server.
Action: Correct the network problem (if any), or restart the application server or reboot the server host machine (if necessary).

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92103: A network error or server failure has occurred. You will need to restart your application.
Cause: The Forms Java client attempted to communicate with the Forms server. The networkRetries applet parameter did not specify a positive value, so only a single attempt was made. This attempt encountered an unexpected Exception. This probably indicates a problem with the network, or with the application server that was hosting the Forms server, or with the server machine that was hosting the application server.
Action: Correct the network problem (if any), or restart the application server or reboot the server host machine (if necessary).

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92104: A network error or server failure has occurred. The request was sent to the wrong application server (not the one which created the session). The Forms client has attempted to migrate the session %s time(s) without success. You will need to restart your application.
Cause: The Forms Java client attempted to communicate with the Forms server. The indicated number of attempts were made, but on each attempt, the request was sent to the wrong application server (not the one which created the session). This probably indicates a problem with the network, or with the application server that was hosting the Forms server that initially created the session, or with the server machine that was hosting the application server.
Action: Correct the network problem (if any), or restart the application server or reboot the server host machine (if necessary).

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92110: New passwords do not match. They must be identical. Password change failed.
Cause: In the Change Password dialog, the new password and the retyped new password do not match.
Action: Retry the Change Password dialog, and correctly type and retype the new password.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92120: Fatal error: registry file %s is missing.
Cause: The Forms Java client was unable to read the registry file at the specified URL (on the Forms server machine).
Action: The system administrator should ensure that the registry file exists and is readable.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92150: Fatal error: web client version is too new.
Cause: The version of the client is newer than the version of the Server.
Action: The system administrator should ensure that the Forms product is correctly installed on the Forms server machine.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92160: Fatal error: web client version is too old.
Cause: The version of the client is older than the version of the Server.
Action: The system administrator should ensure that the Forms product is correctly installed on the Forms server machine.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92180: Fatal error: JavaScript is unable to obtain the server URL. This can occur if legacy_lifecycle=true and JavaScript has been disabled. If so, you will need to reenable JavaScript, restart the browser, and restart your application.
Cause: The serverURL applet parameter specified a value of "?", which indicates that the serverURL should be obtained from an element outside of the applet. (In a page that's generated from a standard base HTML file, this occurs when legacy_lifecycle=true in formsweb.cfg). Forms attempted to obtain the serverURL using JavaScript, but the attempt failed, probably because JavaScript has been disabled.
Action: Reenable JavaScript and restart the browser. If that does not solve the problem, examine the stack trace that accompanies this message. If the stack trace indicates a possible cause, correct it. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92190: JavaScript is unable to evaluate expression.
Cause: The Forms application executed the web.JavaScript_Eval_Expr built-in, but an invalid Javascript expression was specified as the first argument.
Action: Correct the Javascript expression that is passed to the web.JavaScript_Eval_Expr built-in.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92192: Target %s for JavaScript evaluation does not exist.
Cause: The Forms application executed the web.JavaScript_Eval_Expr built-in, but an invalid target was specified as the second argument.
Action: Correct the target that is passed to the web.JavaScript_Eval_Expr built-in.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92210: invalid value %s for lookAndFeel applet parameter. Defaulting to %s.
Cause: An invalid value was specified for the lookAndFeel applet parameter.
Action: The system administrator should ensure that a valid value was specified for the lookAndFeel applet parameter.

Appears: Java console, applet status window

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92211: invalid value %s for colorScheme applet parameter. Forms will use the default colorScheme for the specified lookAndFeel.
Cause: An invalid value was specified for the colorScheme applet parameter.
Action: The system administrator should ensure that a valid value was specified for the colorScheme applet parameter.

Appears: Java console, applet status window

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92220: access to system clipboard denied
Cause: The system clipboard is locked by some other application. This generally indicates a problem with the other application. Note: If the allowAlertClipboard applet parameter is set to 'false', this message appears only on the Java console.
Action: Determine which application is locking the system clipboard, and terminate it (or terminate the action that's locking the clipboard). Then, if possible, correct the application so that it does not erroneously lock the system clipboard.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92410: EndUserMonitoring initialization has failed. Verify that %s (specified by the applet parameter %s) is a valid URL.
Cause: EndUserMonitoring initialization failed, probably due to an invalid URL specified by the specified applet parameter (typically the EndUserMonitoringURL parameter). The applet parameter was ignored; EndUserMonitoring was then disabled and execution continued.
Action: The system administrator should ensure that a valid URL was specified for the specified applet parameter. If that does not solve the problem, examine the stack trace that accompanies this message. If the stack trace indicates a possible cause, correct it. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92411: EndUserMonitoring has failed, and will be disabled.
Cause: EndUserMonitoring was enabled, but a subsequent attempt to send a message to the EndUserMonitoring monitor encountered an unexpected Exception. EndUserMonitoring was then disabled, and execution continued.
Action: Examine the stack trace that accompanies this message. If the stack trace indicates a possible cause, correct it. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92412: failure to send EndUserMonitoring data
Cause: EndUserMonitoring was enabled, but a subsequent attempt to send data to the EndUserMonitoring monitor was unsuccessful. Execution continued.
Action: If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92420: could not find listener class %s
Cause: The class specified by the formsMessageListener applet parameter could not be found. The applet parameter was ignored, and execution continued.
Action: The system administrator should ensure that a valid class name was specified for the formsMessageListener applet parameter.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92421: could not instantiate listener class %s
Cause: The class specified by the formsMessageListener applet parameter could not be instantiated. The applet parameter was ignored, and execution continued.
Action: The system administrator should ensure that a valid class name was specified for the formsMessageListener applet parameter.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92422: could not initialize listener class %s
Cause: An unexpected Error was encountered while attempting to find and instantiate the class specified by the formsMessageListener applet parameter. The applet parameter was ignored, and execution continued.
Action: Examine the stack trace that accompanies this message. If the stack trace indicates a possible cause, correct it. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92430: warning: invalid value %s ignored for parameter %s - defaulting to %s
Cause: The specified applet parameter (typically the asyncEventDelay parameter) did not specify a valid decimal number. A default value (5 seconds) was substituted, and execution continued.
Action: The system administrator should ensure that a valid decimal number was specified for the specified applet parameter.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92440: Thread %s has been interrupted while waiting for a message from the server.
Cause: The specified thread (in the Forms Java client) was interrupted while waiting for a message from the Forms server. This message identifies the thread, for diagnostic purposes. A fatal error subsequently occurs.
Action: No action is required for this message. (But action may be required for the subsequent fatal error).

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92450: Thread %s has been interrupted while waiting for a dialog to appear.
Cause: The specified thread was starting a dialog, and was interrupted while waiting for a dialog to appear. The wait was restarted.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92460: Thread %s has been interrupted while waiting for the LOV data fetching thread to die.
Cause: The specified thread had been fetching data for an LOV, but the end user accepted or canceled the LOV, so the thread requested a graceful death. But it was interrupted while the request was underway.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92470: unable to load image %s for image item
Cause: A requested image could not be loaded. A default image (indicating that the load failed) was substituted, and execution continued."
Action: If the error message specifies the name of the image file, verify that it exists, and is readable, and is in a valid image format.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92471: unable to load image %s for iconic button item
Cause: A requested image could not be loaded. A default image (indicating that the load failed) was substituted, and execution continued."
Action: If the error message specifies the name of the image file, verify that it exists, and is readable, and is in a valid image format.

Appears: Java console

Level: Warning

Trigger: None

FRM-92480: Property %s: specified value has caused %s.
Cause: An attempt to set the value of an item property failed because the value was not of the proper type. The property was left unchanged, and execution continued. This error most commonly occurs when the application executes the SET_CUSTOM_PROPERTY built-in.
Action: Correct the value that is being passed to the SET_CUSTOM_PROPERTY built-in.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92522: forcing use of the native HTTP implementation
Cause: The useURLConnection applet parameter was specified as 'true' or 'yes'.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92523: forcing use of the Forms HTTP(S) implementation
Cause: The useURLConnection applet parameter was specified as 'false' or 'no'.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92530: error closing socket: %s
Cause: An unexpected Exception was encountered while attempting to close a socket. Execution continued.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92540: reallocating output buffer for native HTTP implementation
Cause: The native HTTP 'write' method was requested to write a block of data larger than its current output buffer. The buffer was reallocated, and execution continued.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92550: negative content-length on a response to a GET to URL %s
Cause: The Forms Java client issued a GET request to the Forms servlet. The result was a response with negative content-length. The fatal error FRM-92052 will subsequently appear.
Action: No action is required for this message. (But action may be required for the subsequent fatal error).

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92551: negative response (%s) to a read on behalf of a GET to URL %s
Cause: The Forms Java client issued a GET request to the Forms servlet. The result was a negative response. The fatal error FRM-92052 will subsequently appear.
Action: No action is required for this message. (But action may be required for the subsequent fatal error).

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92572: Forms HTTP connect has failed - giving up after %s attempts.
Cause: A Forms HTTP connect failed. The fatal error FRM-92050 (or possibly FRM-92060) will subsequently appear.
Action: No action is required for this message. (But action may be required for the subsequent fatal error).

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-92574: Forms HTTP read has failed: %s
Cause: An unexpected Exception was encountered while attempting a native HTTP 'read'.
Action: Examine the stack trace that accompanies this message. If the stack trace indicates a possible cause, correct it. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Appears: Java console

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93110: No Forms Servlet configuration file is specified.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93111: Cannot find Forms Servlet configuration file %s.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93112: error reading Forms Servlet configuration file %s
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93114: Forms Servlet configuration file %s contains invalid data.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93115: error reading configuration file FormsOIDConfig.xml via Forms Servlet.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93121: Cannot find environment variable configuration file %s.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93122: error reading environment variable configuration file %s
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93124: Environment variable configuration file %s contains invalid data.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93130: No base HTML file is specified.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93131: Cannot find base HTML file %s.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93132: error reading base HTML file %s
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93150: The following restricted parameters cannot be specified in the URL: %s
Cause: The indicated parameters were specified by the end user (in a Forms Servlet URL).
Action: Remove the indicated parameters from the URL and resubmit.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93151: Restricted characters cannot be specified in the URL
Cause: Invalid characters were specified by the end user (in a Forms Servlet URL).
Action: Remove the invalid characters from the URL and resubmit.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93154: The Forms Servlet is not allowing new connections.
Cause: The system administrator has disabled new connections to the Forms Servlet.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93156: The Forms Servlet is unable to contact the Forms Load Balancing Server at %s:%s.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93218: fatal error reading client request content
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93230: fatal error creating the HTTP session
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93240: Multiple Forms applications cannot share an HTTP session.
Cause: Either (1) the user selected File, then New, then Browser Window (or Ctrl+N) in Internet Explorer while the servlet session was being tracked using cookies, or else (2) the Forms application was configured incorrectly.
Action: In case (1), select File, then New, then Browser Window (or Ctrl+N) in an Internet Explorer window that is not running a Forms application, or start a second instance of Internet Explorer. Otherwise, contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93301: Fatal authentication error: Unable to connect to Oracle Internet Directory.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93320: unable to obtain application entity credential from CSF
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93330: Fatal authentication error: User does not have proper credentials configured in Oracle Internet Directory.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93340: Session requires SSO user authentication.
Cause: The session was not SSO-authenticated or had expired.
Action: Re-login using SSO credentials.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93364: Cannot dynamically create resource in Oracle Internet Directory: URL specifies invalid value "%s" for the config parameter.
Cause: An attempt to dynamically create an SSO resource failed because the user specified a nonexistent configuration section.
Action: Specify the name of a valid configuration section in the base configuration file as the value of the config parameter.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93365: error running Forms in SSO mode
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93500: unexpected error while attempting to create the runtime process
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93520: Runtime process not created: Maximum permissible number of runtime processes is exceeded.
Cause: The number of currently executing runtime processes has reached the limit that was set by the system administrator.
Action: Retry the application when the system is less heavily loaded.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93531: cannot create runtime process: unable to switch to working directory
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93535: cannot create runtime process: unable to execute startup command
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93536: cannot create runtime process: unable to create temporary logging file
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93543: cannot connect to runtime process: unable to get I/O streams from newly created runtime process
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93550: cannot connect to runtime process: no response from newly created runtime process
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93552: cannot connect to runtime process: Newly created runtime process has terminated abnormally.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93553: cannot connect to runtime process: unable to establish a socket connection to newly created runtime process
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93558: cannot connect to runtime process: error reading data from newly created runtime process
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93600: unexpected error while attempting to communicate with the client or the runtime process
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93618: fatal error reading data from runtime process
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93628: fatal error writing data to runtime process
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93652: The runtime process has terminated abnormally.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93830: Test cookie set. Details:%s
Cause: This is the normal output of the setcookie and setcookiesess commands.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93832: Found test cookie: %s=%s
Cause: The test cookie was found.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93834: Test cookie not found.
Cause: The test cookie was not found.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93840: Proctest: Warning: nProcs configuration parameter is nonnumeric - using 1.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93841: Proctest: Process test starting with %s processes.
Cause: The Proctest command started.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93842: Proctest: Creating process %s.
Cause: The Proctest command started creating a runtime process.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93843: Proctest: Failure to create process %s - aborting test.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93844: Proctest: Connecting to process %s.
Cause: The Proctest command started connecting to a newly created runtime process.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93845: Proctest: Failure to connect to process %s - aborting test.
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93846: Proctest: unexpected error in process test
Cause: A fatal error occurred in the Forms server, which will require the attention of your system administrator.
Action: Contact your system administrator.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93847: Proctest: Number of processes started and connected to is %s.
Cause: The Proctest command created the requested number of runtime processes, and successfully connected to them.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93848: Proctest: Stopping the %s runtime processes.
Cause: The Proctest command reached the point in its processing where it was about to stop the runtime processes that it had previously created.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93849: Proctest: Process test complete.
Cause: The Proctest command completed.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93860: em_result=%s|000
Cause: This is the normal output of the status command.
Action: No action is required.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93890: Trace: invalid Xlate parameter %s
Cause: The URL that contains the trace command also specifies a parameter that is not recognized by the Xlate utlity.
Action: Correct the URL.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93891: Trace: outputClass parameter value "%s" for Xlate cannot contain a ".".
Cause: The URL that contains the trace command specifies an invalid value for the outputClass parameter.
Action: Correct the URL that specifies the invalid parameter value.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-93892: Trace: PID parameter value "%s" for Xlate cannot contain a "%s".
Cause: The URL that contains the trace command specifies an invalid value for the PID parameter.
Action: Correct the URL that specifies the invalid parameter value.

Appears: Java console, alert

Level: 99

Trigger: None

FRM-99999: Error %s occurred.
Cause: An error occurred; the error is documented in the release notes file.
Action: See the release notes file.

Level: 25

Trigger: None