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WUC-14 And WUC-12 While Writing Many Lines by CLIENT_TEXT_IO (Doc ID 341899.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 07, 2023

Applies to:

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


While writing more than approximately 10922 lines into a text file to the client machine using "CLIENT_TEXT_IO" package of webutil, it throws the following error in java console with no error in forms:

ERROR>WUC-14 [getFromObjectCache] Object Cache Error: Specified object handle -1 not found in the cache
ERROR>WUC-12 [FileFunctions.put()] Object Cache Error: Object is not the expected BufferedWriter type

If writing 10920 or lesser lines to the text file using CLIENT_TEXT_IO.PUT_LINE, it works fine and no errors in the java console or form.

If writing 10921 or 10922 lines to the text file using CLIENT_TEXT_IO.PUT_LINE, the form crashes with FRM-92101 error.

If writing more than 10922 lines to the text file using CLIENT_TEXT_IO.PUT_LINE, then the chunk(s) of 10923 lines is(are) overwritten by next set of lines and java console shows the above mentioned error but no error in the form.


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