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Old 23rd February 2007, 11:58 AM
sgautam Offline
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Keyboard Freezes when runing Java Application like Aqua Datastudio

Hello All,

I am running the latest version of Aqua Datastudio for connection to Oracle database.
After some time my Keyboard stops working on the Query Analyzer (of Datastudio) but my mouse works. The keyboard freezes for that Query Analyzer only, on other windows it works fine.


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Sujan Gautam
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