We have a situation where we have an Oracle Form (currently 11g) that needs to call a Formspider application and then have information passed back to it.

How have people handled that in the past.... currently looks like we need to save to a temp table in the formspider app and have the calling Oracle form check periodically in the temp table for the data.... is there a better way or is that the accepted standard... or have I missed something completely???

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asked 05 Dec '16, 09:08

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Hi Simon,

So I guess your Oracle Forms application runs in a browser right? Can't you call it via a URL and pass parameters to it? It would probably cause a restart but that's the only thing I can think of.

Kind Regards, Yalim

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answered 13 Dec '16, 03:22

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