JInitiator and StickyKeys

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Jinitiator
Oracle Forms
Oracle Forms 10g
Oracle Jinitiator
We are testing our Oracle Forms application for 508 compliance and the following issue came up: The user cannot access the menu with the keyboard when StickyKeys is turned on. I have looked on the Accessibility site for Oracle Forms and it says that Oracle Forms should inherit all operating system accessibility functions. Since I'm now 99% sure that this is not an Oracle Forms issue, my next focus has gone to JInitiator. We are using JInitator 1.3.1.26 but plan to move away from it when we upgrade to 11g. I've posted this question on the OTN forums already and haven't gotten a single reply. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.

Software/Hardware used:
JInitiator 1.3.1.26, Oracle Forms 10g

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  • carlosdl
    If you suspect of jInitiator, you might want to try using JPI instead. This blog post could help if you decide to try it: Forms 10g and Java Plugin
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  • StrawberryFields
    Thanks, Carlos. We do plan on using Sun JRE when we upgrade to 11g. However, for now, I just need to figure out what the cause of this is. If I can definitely pinpoint the problem to a JInitiator issue, then we don't need to worry about it. If there's something we need to do on our end, then we need to fix it so we can be 508 compliant.
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