oracle 10 g developer

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i have installed oracle 10 g r1 developer on my laptop with windows 7 o.s and explorer version 8 so when i tried to run a form ;the pc asked me to install jvm and i've isntall one but when i run the form again a problem appeared with the explorer 8 itself so please guide me to the correct version of explorer and jvm that match with 10 g r1 ,or if 10g r2 is better send me a link where i can install it cuz i didn't have 10g r2 cd

Software/Hardware used:
laptop dell inspiron intel core due 2 processor ,2.2 ghz ,4 gb memory,2.8 ghz , 350 gb harddisk

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If you want to use jInitiator, you will probably need Internet Explorer version 7 (or below), for which you will probably need at least jInitiator 1.3.1.26 (included in Developer patch 10.1.2.2).

Here is a page where you can download different versions of jInitiator to test (but version 1.3.1.26 is not available there, and another link I had for that version is currently not working).

<a href=”http://www.oracle.com/technology/software/products/developer/htdocs/jinit.htm”>JInitiator Download Page</a>.

You can also configure your environment to use Sun JPI instead of jInitiator, which will run without issues on IE 8.

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  • K1970
    thank you , 1- i didn't find the IE7 for windows7 , please send me the link for IE7 compatable to windows 7 if exist . 2- about the sun jpi i have searched the net and found jre-i586.exe file , is that the correct version or not? also i've read about changing some parameters from the formsweb.cfg to configure the jpi correctly such as baseHTMLjinitiator=webutiljini.htm baseHTMLjpi=webutiljpi.htm baseHTML=webutilbase.htm but i didn't understand well so please send me more details what parameters should be changed and how .
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  • carlosdl
    1) If IE7 doesn't run on Windows 7, then you will have to use JPI. 2) Do not make any configuration changes yet. Try this: -In Forms Builder go to "Edit"->"Preferences", and select the "Runtime" tab. -In the Application Server URL text box add "?config=jpi" at the end of your current URL, so it should be something like "http://your_machine:8890/forms/frmservlet?config=jpi" -Try to run your form again.
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  • Rshekdar
    hello Carlosdl, your answers have helped me a lot to fix my problems of not being able to run the form in the browser. now that i can run the form i have another issue. Nothing is displayed i am getting a blank page, which just shows "oracle application server forms services" and a blank browser is displayed. What could be wrong?
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  • carlosdl
    Hi Rshekdar, Are you running the form using JPI ?
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  • Rshekdar
    Hello Carlos, yes i am running using JPI. Sorry for the late reply was down with sever gum infection for last 4 days had a surgery. Yes i am running JPI used all the inputs from your previous post and atleast i can see the explorer window now. But no form gets displayed.
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  • Rshekdar
    http://mymachinename:8889/forms/frmservlet?config=jpi&form=test.fmx&userid=sco&otherparams=useSDI=yes&lookAndFeel=oracle&colorScheme=red here is how the url looks like. If this helps. should i be looking anywhere else to check if there is any error?
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  • carlosdl
    For a basic test, the Application Server URL (in your Forms' runtime preferences) should be just:
    http://mymachinename:8889/forms/frmservlet?config=jpi
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  • Rshekdar
    Ok at the expense of sounding stupid i am going to ask one more question. I found the parameter you mentioned in the file "formsweb.cfg" and the value i already have right now is this . serverURL=/forms/lservlet so should i change it to http://mymachinename:8889/forms/frmservlet?config=jpi or http://mymachinename:888/forms/lservlet?config=jpi
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  • carlosdl
    Not a stupid question at all. The answer is no, you have to use the URL I mentioned in my last post. That is the URL you should have in the 'Application Server URL' option in your Forms runtime preferences.
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  • Arifpalosi2012
    Sir I got two questions: 1. How Can I run Oracle 10g forms for the First time? 2. How Can I open and Connect an fmb file into oracle 10g forms? Kindly answer to these questions.Best Regards.
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