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Default Run Script via Forms 6i

Hi Everyone

Hope that you are fine. I would like to ask something.
I created a schema “John” with different tables.
I also created a script, the results of the script should be put in these Tables. two scripts one for creating tables and other for input the results into these tables.
Now I want to execute the script via “Forms 6i” and visualize the results in different Tab Pages in Forms 6i.
The Tab Pages will be associated with tables.
Could anyone please assist me in this regard that how should I execute the script, which you find in the attachment, via forms 6i.
I mean what code I need to execute the script in forms 6i and put the results in different tab pages.
Could someone inform me how to do that.



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