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Database Link Problem at Developer Form

Database Link Problem at Developer Form

Database Link Problem at Developer Form

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Database link that i had created using sqlplus(connect using sys , syntax create database link accounting connect to dw identified dw using 'acc.world') not had any problem when i give DML (insert/select/update/delete) using 3th Party like TOAD or developer Report... but when i create simple statement at form using database link the developer form 6.0 exit from the application (error at kernel32.dll)??? why this could happen only at form? i had already reinstall the developer form but this didn't resolved the problem.. please if anyone know about the solution... thankss...
note: if i'm not using db link at developer form the statement could be compiled successful only when i used db link at the statement the problem came out. (exit from developer).

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