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error:variable not defined: after migrating from jdev 3.2 to jdev 9i

error:variable not defined: after migrating from jdev 3.2 to jdev 9i

error:variable not defined: after migrating from jdev 3.2 to jdev 9i


I have some classes like mentioned below..
When i migrate to the j developer 9i from jdeveloper 3.2, the variable " sApplication" is not recognized
and also the "qView".

After migration jdeveloper 9i does not recognise the variables "sApplication" and "qView", with what i have to change it ,can anyone give me an example w.r.t this code..

public class ConnectionDWB extends oracle.jdeveloper.html.DataWebBeanImpl


public void internalInitialize() throws Exception


JSPApplicationRegistry appRegistry = JSPApplicationRegistry.getInstance();

appRegistry.registerApplicationFromPropertyFile(session, sApplication);      ---problem is with the variable sApplication

String sHeader = getAttributeLabel(qView, dattrs[attrNo]);
Row[]   drows = qView.getAllRowsInRange();
Row     currentRow = qView.getCurrentRow();

Any help will be appreciated..

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