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Written by Anil Passi   
Tuesday, 30 October 2007
The article on FNDLOAD [linked here] provides  various examples for commonly FNDLOAD'ed objects.
In this article, with the help of a powerpoint presentation, I would like to explain the inner working of FNDLOAD.
This presentation will help you find answers to most of the questions that you may have about FNDLOAD.
At the end of the presentation, I have list the best practices that you can follow during the usage of FNDLOAD command.

The presentation can be accessed by clicking this link

Comments (4)add
written by Sreedhar Mani , November 13, 2007
Hey Anil- I used to think fndload is a blackbox. This presentation cleared many of the concepts.
written by praveen44u , November 14, 2007
Hi Anil,

Whenever i am trying to see any presentation , i am not able to.can u please help me on the same.

written by Praveen_369 , November 30, 2007
Hi Anil,

Sounds silly, but can you please tell me where do I have to type the FNDLOAD command?

written by Anil Passi , January 19, 2008
Once your environment variables on linux/unix box are set, simply type FNDLOAD from anywhere. It will be included in the PATH set for apps environment

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