Oracle Forms Server Release 6i:
Deploying Forms Applications to the Web with iAS
Patch 2

A86202-01

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A

ActiveX
support, 8-13
align parameter, 5-9
alt parameter, 5-9
applet
parameters, 5-8
AppletViewer
description, 3-6
installing, B-24
running applications, B-20
application
server, 2-2
start-up time, 11-6
architecture
client/server, 8-2
Forms Server, 2-2
Web, 8-3
archive parameter, 5-9
archive_ie parameter, 5-9
archive_jinit parameter, 5-9
authentication, 10-2
authorization, 10-3

B

background parameter, 5-10
base HTML file
creating, 5-14
variable values, 5-16
base.htm
description, 5-14
example, 5-16
baseHTML parameter, 5-6, 5-7
baseHTMLIE parameter, 5-7
baseHTMLie parameter, 5-6
baseHTMLJInitiator parameter, 5-7
baseHTMLJinitiator parameter, 5-6
baseie.htm
description, 5-14
example, 5-19
basejini.htm
description, 5-14
example, 5-17
benchmarks
capacity planning, 14-1
test results, 14-8
border parameter, 5-9
browser, 2-2
BROWSERnn, A-2

C

cabbase parameter, 5-15
caching JAR files, 11-8
certificate
not trusted by default, 3-4
trusted, 3-4
certificates
trusted by JInitiator, 5-21
CGI (Common Gateway Interface)
load balancing, 12-3, 12-5
cgi configuration
description, 3-6
client browser
options, 3-5
client browsers
https configuration, 5-21
client tier, 2-2
clientBrowser parameter, B-21
clientDPI parameter, 5-10
client/server applications, migrating, 8-1
code parameter, 5-8
codebase parameter, 5-8
codetype parameter, 5-9
colorScheme parameter, 5-10
components
Forms Server, 2-3
connectMode parameter, 5-9
customizeable parameters, A-3

D

Data Host parameter, 12-7
Data Port parameter, 12-6, 12-8
database tier, 2-2
DBLINK_ENCRYPT_LOGIN, 10-4
demilitarized zone (DMZ), 10-5
DEnn, A-2
Deploying Icons and Images Used by Forms Server, 7-4
deployment
Forms to the Web, 6-1
disable MENU_BUFFERING, 11-10
documentation
how this guide can help, 1-8
related manuals, xx
DSA, 10-4

E

encryption, 10-3
environment variables, 5-2
https configuration, 5-22
errors
servlet, 5-20, 6-2
Events Management window, OEM, 13-7
extranet, 9-3

F

f60all_jinit.jar
description, 3-5, 11-7
f60all.cab
description, 3-5
f60all.jar
description, 3-5, 11-7
f60common.jar
description, 11-7
Feature Restrictions for Forms Applications on the Web, 7-10
firewall
description, 10-5
HTTP, 9-4
font alias list, 8-13
Forms applet, 2-4
Forms applications
Internet, 9-4
LAN, 9-5
remote dial-up, 9-5
VPN, 9-6, 9-7
WAN, 9-5
Forms Listener, 2-3, 2-4
Forms OEM, 13-2
Forms Runtime Engine, 2-3, 2-4
Forms Server
architecture, 2-2
components, 2-3
https configuration, 5-21
OEM, 13-6
Port parameter, 12-6
FORMS60_HTTPS_NEGOTIATE_DOWN, 5-3, 5-22
FORMS60_MAPPING, 5-3
FORMS60_MESSAGE_ENCRYPTION, 5-3
FORMS60_OUTPUT, 5-3
FORMS60_PATH, 5-3
FORMS60_WALLET, 5-3, 5-22
FORMS65_PATH, A-3
FORMS65_REPFORMAT, A-3
FORMS65_TIMEOUT, A-4
FORMS65_USEREXITS, A-4
FORMSnn, A-2
FormsServlet.initArgs, 5-5
formsweb.cfg
description, 5-6
example, 5-11
parameters, 5-7
FORMSxx_HTTPS_NEGOTIATE DOWN, 10-4
FORMSxx_MESSAGE_ENCRYPTION, 10-4

G

General Guidelines, 7-1
GRAPHICS65_PATH, A-4
GRAPHICSnn, A-2
Guidelines for Designing Forms Applications, 7-2

H

heartBeat parameter, 5-11
height parameter, 5-9
hspace parameter, 5-9
HTML delimiter parameter, 5-8
HTTP
communications, 12-6
connection, 10-5
description, 3-1
firewalls, 9-4, 10-5
Forms over the Internet, 9-4
HTTPS
benefits, 3-3
connection, 10-5
description, 3-1, 3-3
HTTPS mode
configuration, 5-21

I

ie50 parameter, 5-8
image types supported, 8-13
imageBase parameter, 5-11
Installation, 4-1
installation
requirements for OEM, 13-2
integrating applications, 7-9
Internet, 9-2
Internet Explorer
certificates, 3-4
INTERRUPT, A-4
Intranet, 9-2

J

JAR files
descriptions, 11-7
migration, 8-13
Java
applet, 2-4
fonts, 8-13
Runtime Environment (JRE), B-5
Virtual Machine (JVM), B-4
JavaBeans in UI, 8-13
JInitiator
benefits, B-5
certificates, 3-4
description, 3-5
FAQ, B-11
introduction, B-4
markup tags for a base HTML file, B-10
using, B-5
jserv.log, 5-20, 6-2

L

LAN, Forms applications, 9-5
leastloadedhost parameter, 5-8, 5-15
listeners
controlling with OEM, 13-5
Load Balancer Client
controlling with OEM, 13-7
definition, 12-1
Load Balancer Server
controlling with OEM, 13-6
definition, 12-1
parameters for load balancing, 12-6
trace messages, 11-23
load balancing, 12-1
cgi, 12-5
description, 3-6
Load Balancer Client parameters, 12-7
Load Balancer Server parameters, 12-6
steps, 12-3
terms, 12-1
trace log, 11-23
LOCAL, A-4
log parameter, 5-5
lookAndFeel parameter, 5-10

M

message diff-ing, 11-4
MetricsServerErrorURL parameter, 5-8
MetricsServerHost parameter, 5-8
MetricsServerPort parameter, 5-8
MetricsTimeout parameter, 5-8
middle tier, 2-2
migration
client/server applications, 8-1
guidelines, 8-13
MMnn, A-2
mode parameter, 5-4
MODULE parameter, 5-11
monitoring, OEM, 13-7
mouse triggers, tuning, 11-11
MouseMove triggers, 8-13

N

name parameter, 5-9
native JVM
description, 3-5
network
descriptions, 9-1
reducing bandwidth, 11-9
NLS_LANG, A-4
NT RAS, 9-6

O

OCLnn, A-2
OCX, 8-13
OLE, 8-13
optimizations, built into Forms Server, 11-1
ORA_ENCRYPT_LOGIN, 10-4
Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM)
description, 13-1
ORACLE_HOME, A-5

P

PARAM tags, 5-9
parameters
BROWSERnn, A-2
DEnn, A-2
Forms Server startup, 5-4
FORMS65_PATH, A-3
FORMS65_REPFORMAT, A-3
FORMS65_TIMEOUT, A-4
FORMS65_USEREXITS, A-4
FORMSnn, A-2
GRAPHICS65_PATH, A-4
GRAPHICSnn, A-2
INTERRUPT, A-4
LOCAL, A-4
MMnn, A-2
NLS_LANG, A-4
OCLnn, A-2
ORACLE_HOME, A-5
PROnn, A-2
RDBMSnn, A-2
required, A-2
RWnn, A-2
TKnn, A-3
VGSnn, A-3
performance tuning, 11-1
physical directories, 5-2
pool parameter, 5-5
port parameter, 5-4
Primary Node, definition, 12-2
PROnn, A-2
Protocol parameter, 12-6

R

RDBMSnn, A-2
registry
editing and viewing, A-1
Windows, A-1
Registry.dat file, 8-13
registryPath parameter, 5-11
remote dial-up, Forms applications, 9-5
Request Port parameter, 12-7
required parameters, A-2
resources, minimizing
boilerplate objects, 11-2
data segments, 11-2
encoded program units, 11-2
network usage, 11-3
rendering displays, 11-4
sending packets, 11-3
Runform parameters, 5-11
RWnn, A-2

S

sample file
base.htm, 5-16, 5-19
basejinit.htm, 5-17
scalability
definition, 14-2
number of users, 14-1
thresholds, 14-7
Secondary Node, definition, 12-2
security
issues, 10-1
reducing risks, 10-6
separateFrame parameter, 5-10
server
authentication, 10-2
location, 11-5
serverApp parameter, 5-10
serverArgs parameters, 5-10, 5-11
serverHost parameter, 5-9
serverPort parameter, 5-10
servlet, 12-1
servlet configuration
description, 3-6
servlet errors, 5-20, 6-2
SNS/ANO, 10-4
sockets mode
description, 3-1
special configurations
formsweb.cfg, 5-7
splashScreen parameter, 5-10
standby parameter, 5-9
Sun Solaris, benchmarks, 14-1
system capacity criteria
application complexity, 14-5
memory, 14-4
network, 14-4
processor, 14-3
shared resources, 14-4
user load, 14-5

T

terminology, load balancing, 12-1
three-tier architecture, 2-2
timers, tuning, 11-11
title parameter, 5-9
TKnn, A-3
trace
log, Load Balancer Server, 11-23
transmission of data, security, 10-3
tuning
application size, 11-12
application start-up time, 11-6
caching JAR files, 11-8
considerations, 11-1
deferring load, 11-8
disable MENU_BUFFERING, 11-10
message order, 11-9
mouse triggers, 11-11
promote similarities, 11-9
reduce boilerplate objects, 11-10
reduce navigation, 11-10
reducing network bandwidth, 11-9
screen draws, 11-10
server location, 11-5
timers, 11-11
using JAR files, 11-7
type parameter, 5-9

U

user-defined parameters, 5-11
USERID parameter, 5-11

V

variable
base HTML file parameter, 5-16
description, 5-16
VBX, 8-13
VGSnn, A-3
virtual paths, 5-2
virtual private network (VPN), description, 10-5
VPN, Forms applications, 9-6, 9-7
vspace parameter, 5-9

W

WAN, Forms applications, 9-5
web
server, generic, 5-2
web server
https configuration, 5-21
webformsTitle parameter, 5-11
width parameter, 5-9
Windows NT, benchmarks, 14-1

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