I want to conect oracle form 6i to oracle 10g data base

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I want to connect Oracle form6i fmx to oracle 10g data base presently i am connecting at client side making shortcut in path i use to write :C:orantBINifrun60.EXE c:MSFORMSERP_LOGIN erp_ss/ss@sdcl in this method End user is knowing User name and password and connecting string. Is there any other method i can hide this connection from end user

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You could create some kind of INI file, in which you put the user, password and connect string encrypted.

Then your ERP_LOGIN form could read this file, decrypt the data, and use the logon built-in to connect to the database. This database user should be a user with just read privileges on some security-related tables, against which you will validate the login credentials provided by the user. Then you could use the logout and logon built-ins to re-connect to the database with the appropriate user.

See Forms help for information on how to use the logout and logon built-in procedures.

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