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FRM-93652 Error using RUN_REPORT_OBJECT in Forms 12c on HP-UX (Doc ID 2250885.1)

Last updated on MAY 10, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Forms - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Using Run_Report_Object to call reports from forms results in the following error when using Forms 12c on HP-UX Itanium:

FRM-93652: The runtime process has terminated abnormally.


The following errors are reported in the formsapp-diagnostic.log:

FRM-93656: Runtime process 13288 is terminating due to signal 11.
FRM-93658: Stack trace for runtime process 13288 is being written to file
FRM-93652: The runtime process has terminated abnormally.


Last trigger: WHEN-BUTTON-PRESSED - (In Progress)

Last Builtin: RUN_REPORT_OBJECT - (In Progress)

----- Call Stack Trace -----
calling                      call        entry                           argument values in hex
location                    type      point                            (? means dubious value)
-------------------- -------- --------------------
siehDumpStackTrace( call        kgdsdst()                       9FFFFFFFFFFDEB50 ?
)+192                                                                      000000001 ?
                                                                              9FFFFFFFBF718B58 ?
JNI_CreateJavaVM()+ call       _ZN7Threads9create_        9FFFFFFFBF1FDE80 ?
192                                    vmEP14JavaVMInitArg        9FFFFFFFFFFE3EF0 ?
                                         sPb()                              9FFFFFFFBF2C95E0 ?
                                                                              C000000000000A99 ?
utjlz_StartLibrary(     call       JNI_CreateJavaVM()           60000000003E07A8 ?
)+1712                                                                     9FFFFFFFFFFE3F10 ?
                                                                              9FFFFFFFBF1EB990 ?
                                                                              9FFFFFFFBF2C95E0 ?



 Upgraded from Forms 11g to 12c.


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