Problem exists between keyboard and chair.
No OS or OS version specified.
No Oracle product or version specified.
No version of DB into which the INSERT is going is specified.
It might be a real bug, depending upon version of product & DB.
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Originally posted by xxxfox
Hi Im new in oracle and I have simple problem
I want to do INSERT with defined data :
sql command is :
INSERT INTO zamestnanec (login,pass,jmeno,prijmeni,titul,ulice,cp,mesto,ps c,telefon,plat,id_odeleni)
values ('ccccc','koko','Karel','Venda','ing','Kounicova', '2','Bruntal','79201','608925995','12000','4');
but when i write this in form builder in when-button-pressed it will write :
FRM-40508 - ORACLE: ERROR UNABLE TO INSERT RECORD
where is problem ?
it could actually be for a multitude of reasons, are you building the block manually or using the wizard (in which case you dont need to specify what gets inserted where... you may be breaking constraints for data types... etc) - have you no details?