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Oracle® Real User Experience Insight Accelerator for Oracle E-Business Suite Guide
Release 6.5.0 for Linux x86-64

Part Number E17193-02
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A Checking Socket and Servlet Mode

This appendix presents a description of how to check whether the Oracle Forms server is running in servlet or socket mode.

Oracle Applications Release 12

Note Oracle Application Release 12 is, by default, configured to run in servlet mode.

Use the following command:

$ grep connectMode FORMS_WEB_CONFIG_FILE

The current connection mode is reported:

connectMode=servlet

Alternatively, use the following command:

$ grep frmConnectMode CONTEXT_FILE

The current connection mode is reported:

<forms_connect oa_var="s_frmConnectMode">servlet</forms_conr....

Oracle Applications Release 11

Note Oracle Application Release 11 is, by default, configured to run in socket mode.

Use the following command:

$ grep connectMode FORMS60_WEB_CONFIG_FILE

The current connection mode is reported:

connectMode=socket

Use the following command:

$ grep xsport FORMS60_WEB_CONFIG_FILE

The required port number is required:

xsport=9095

Alternatively, use the following command:

$ grep socket CONTEXT_FILE

The current connection mode is reported:

<forms_connect oa_var="s_frmConnectMode">socket</forms_conr....

Checking the HTML Source

Finally, you can also check the HTML source of the page used to launch the Oracle Forms application. To do so within Internet Explorer, select View, and then Source. This contains the connection mode, as shown in Figure A-1.

Figure A-1 Example Launch Page Details

Description of Figure A-1 follows
Description of "Figure A-1 Example Launch Page Details"

The relevant connection mode information is highlighted.