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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Forms Services Deployment Guide
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

Part Number E10240-09
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A

alias, Forms servlet and, 13.2.8.3
aliases, Forms servlet, web.xml file and, 13.1
applet
parameters, 4.2.5.6
application
environment file, Oracle Forms Services, 13.2.3
server, 2.6
application deployment
overview, 3.3
steps, 3.3.1
Authorization and Access Enforcement, 11.1.3

B

Background, 4.7.4
background parameter, 4.2.5.6
base HTML file
creating, C.4
base.htm, C.4
description, C.4
example, C.4.2
baseHTML files
creating, C.4
list of, 3.2.5
parameters and variables, C.4.1
selecting, 3.4.1
basejpi.htm
description, C.4
basejpi.htm File
sample default, C.4.3
basejpi.htm file, Oracle Forms and, 13.2.3
boilerplate objects/images, 14.1.4
built-in event, 12.5

C

CGI, Forms upgrade and, 13.2.3
client browser support
about, 3.4
client resource requirements, 14.1.3
client tier, 2.6
CodeBase, 4.7.6.2
codebase parameter, 4.2.5.4
codebase parameter, Oracle Forms and, 13.2.8.1
colorScheme parameter, 4.2.5.6
configuration files, 3.2, 3.2.1
6iserver.conf, 13.1
configuration parameters
BaseHTML files and client browsers, 3.4.1
customized HTML template files, Oracle Forms, 13.2.5
customized HTML template files, Oracle Forms Services, 13.2.6

D

data segments, 14.1.4
data stream compression, 14.2.3
database tier
description, 2.6
default behavior, 3.3.4
default configuration parameters
allowAlertClipboard, 4.2.5.7
allowNewConnections, 4.2.5.7
applet_name, 4.2.5.7
archive, 4.2.5.4
array, 4.2.5.7
baseHTML, 4.2.5.5
baseHTMLjpi, 4.2.5.5
buffer_records, 4.2.5.7
clientDPI, 4.2.5.7
connectionDisallowedURL, 4.2.5.7
debug, 4.2.5.3
debug_messages, 4.2.5.7
defaultcharset, 4.2.5.7
digitSubstitution, 4.2.5.7
disableMDIScrollbars, 4.2.5.7
disableValidateClipboard, 4.2.5.7
enableJavascriptEvent, 4.2.5.7
EndUserMonitoringEnabled, 4.2.5.3
EndUserMonitoringURL, 4.2.5.3
envFile, 4.2.5.1
escapeparams, 4.2.5.7
form, 4.2.5.1
formsMessageListener, 4.2.5.7
heartBeat, 4.2.5.7
highContrast, 4.2.5.7
host, 4.2.5.3
HTMLafterForm, 4.2.5.5
HTMLbeforeForm, 4.2.5.5
HTMLbodyAttrs, 4.2.5.5
HTMLdelimiter, 4.2.5.7
JavaScriptBlocksHeartBeat, 4.2.5.7
jpi_mimetype, 4.2.5.4
legacy_lifecycle, 4.2.5.7
log, 4.2.5.3
maxRuntimeProcesses, 4.2.5.7
networkRetries, 4.2.5.7
obr, 4.2.5.7
otherparams, 4.2.5.7
pageTitle, 4.2.5.5
port, 4.2.5.3
prestartIncrement, 4.2.5.7
prestartInit, 4.2.5.7
prestartMin, 4.2.5.7
prestartRuntimes, 4.2.5.7
prestartTimeout, 4.2.5.7
query_only, 4.2.5.7
quiet, 4.2.5.7
record, 4.2.5.3
recordFileName, 4.2.5.7
restrictedURLchars, 4.2.5.7
restrictedURLparams, 4.2.5.7
serverApp, 4.2.5.7
ssoCancelUrl, 4.2.5.2
ssoDynamicResourceCreate, 4.2.5.2
ssoErrorUrl, 4.2.5.2
ssoMode, 4.2.5.2
ssoProxyConnect, 4.2.5.2
term, 4.2.5.7
tracegroup, 4.2.5.3
USERID, 4.2.5.1
default environment variable
CLASSPATH, 4.3.3
FORM_PATH, 4.3.3
FORMS_MESSAGE_ENCRYPTION, 4.3.3
FORMS_RESTRICT_ENTER_QUERY, 4.3.3
LD_LIBRARY_PATH, 4.3.3
LD_PRELOAD, 4.3.3
ORACLE_HOME, 4.3.3
ORACLE_INSTANCE, 4.3.3
PATH, 4.3.3
TNS_ADMIN, 4.3.3
WEBUTIL_CONFIG, 4.3.3
Default formsweb.cfg File
sample, C.2
Default jvmcontroller.cfg
sample file, C.9
Default webutilbase.htm
sample file, C.11
default webutilbase.htm
description, 3.2.6.2
Default webutil.cfg
sample file, C.10
default webutil.cfg
description, 3.2.6.1
Default webutiljpi.htm
sample file, C.12
default webutiljpi.htm
description, 3.2.6.3
default.env
Solaris sample, C.3.2
Windows sample default, C.3.1
default.env file, Oracle Forms Services, 13.1, 13.2.3
Deploying Icons and Images Used by Forms Services, 4.7
deployment
Forms to the Web, 3
disable MENU_BUFFERING, 14.2.3
duration event, 12.5

E

encoded program units, 14.1.4
Enterprise Manager
Fusion Middleware Control, 4.1
Environment Configuration page
accessing, 4.3.1
default environment variables, 4.3.3
deleting an environment configuration file, 4.3.1
duplicating an environment configuration file, 4.3.1
managing environment variables, 4.3.2
viewing an environment configuration file, 4.3.1
environment file, Oracle Forms Services application, 13.2.3
event bundling, 14.1.6
event details, tracing, 12.5.1
events, tracing, 12.5

F

Feature Restrictions for Forms Applications on the Web, 4.8
file
basejpi.htm, 13.2.3
default.env, 13.2.3
default.env, Oracle Forms Services, 13.1
forms.conf, 13.1
formsweb.cfg, 13.2.3
ifcgi60.exe, Oracle9iAS Forms, 13.2.3
jserv.properties
Oracle Forms Services and, 13.1
Forms CGI
description, 13.2.3
upgrading, 13.2.3
Forms Home Page
accessing, 4.1.1
Forms Menu Options, 4.1.1
Forms Integration
Web Cache, 14.3
Forms Java EE Application Deployment Descriptors, 3.2.2
Forms Listener, 2.6.1, 2.6.1.1
Forms Listener Servlet, 2.6.1.1, 2.6.1.1
HTTPS, 5.5
server requirements, 5.5
Forms Runtime Diagnostics, 12.1
Forms Runtime Engine, 2.6.1, 2.6.1.2
Forms Services
monitoring events, 14.1.1.2
monitoring instances, 14.1.1.1
Web Runtime Pooling, 14.1.2
Forms Services resource requirements, 14.1.4
Forms Servlet, 5.1
Forms servlet aliases, web.xml file and, 13.1
Forms Trace, 3.2.1.3
forms.conf, C.7
default sample, C.7.1
forms.conf file, 13.1
FormsServlet.initArgs, 4.2.2
formsweb.cfg, 3.2.1.2
example, C.2
formsweb.cfg file
Forms CGI and, 13.2.3
FRD, 12.1
frmservlet, Oracle Forms and, 13.2.6
ftrace.cfg, 3.2.1.3

H

height parameter, 4.2.5.1
HTML-based Enterprise Manager, 4.1
HTTP Listener, 5.1
Configuration Files, 3.2.3
HTTPD, 5.3.1
HTTPS
Forms Listener Servlet, 5.5

I

Icons
deploying, 4.7.3
icons
creating Jar files for, 4.7.5
search path, 4.7.6
ifcgi60.exe file, 13.2.3
imageBase, 4.2.5.4
Images, 4.7
Background, 4.7.4
SplashScreen, 4.7.4
images
creating Jar files for, 4.7.5
search paths, 4.7.6
images, deploying, Oracle Forms and, 13.2.8.1
Inline IME Support, 4.8.2
in-process JVM, definition, 10.4
integrated calls, Oracle Forms to Reports, 13.2.8.2
integration
Forms and Reports information, 9.5

J

JAR files, caching, 14.2.2.3
Java client resource requirements, 14.1.3
Java plug-in, 14.2.2.2, B
Java plug-ins, Oracle Forms and, 13.2.3
JavaScript Integration, Oracle Forms and, 6.1
applet parameter, 6.4, 6.4
JavaScript calls, 6.1, 6.1
jpi_classid, 4.2.5.4
jpi_codebase, 4.2.5.4
jpi_download_page, 4.2.5.4
jserv.properties file
Oracle Forms and, 13.1
Oracle Forms Listener Servlet and, 13.2.6
JVM controllers
about multiple, 10.3
accessing log files, 10.9.3
default logging properties, 10.9.1
deleting a log file for a JVM controller, 10.9.4
JVM pooling error messages, 10.11
logging management, 10.9
specifying log file directory location, 10.9.2
JVM Pooling
configuration file settings, 10.8.6
design-time considerations, 10.5
examples, 10.4
managing JVM controller, 10.8
managing JVM Controller with EM
Starting and Stopping JVM Controllers, 10.8.5
managing JVM Controllers from the command line, 10.7
overview, 10.1
re-importing Java Code, 10.5.1
sharing static variables, 10.5.2
thread handling, 10.1

K

key mapping
enabling, 4.9
fmrweb.res, 4.9

L

Language Detection, 4.8
language detection
multi-level inheritance, 4.8.3.1
overview, 4.8.3
launching, 4.1
leveraging, 11.1.4
listener servlet, Oracle Forms entry in web.xml, 13.2.4.1
Listener, Forms6i, description, 13.2.5
load balancing
Oracle Forms and, 13.2.7
Load Balancing WebLogic Server, 5
log parameter for tracing, 12.2.2
logging capabilities, 12.6.1
logo, 4.2.5.6
lookAndFeel parameter, 4.2.5.6
lservlet, Oracle Forms and, 13.2.6

M

metrics logging
enabling, 12.6.1
middle tier, 2.6

N

network
reducing bandwidth, 14.2.3
network latency, 14.1.6
network packets, 14.1.6
network usage, 14.1.5

O

ODL, 12.6
optimizing Forms Services, 14.1
Oracle Forms Services, Components, 2.6.1
Oracle Forms Services, image, 2.6
Oracle Forms Services,Architecture, 2.6
Oracle Fusion Middleware, 2.4
Oracle HTTP Listener Configuration Files, 3.2.3
Oracle Identity Management Infrastructure, 11.1.4
Oracle Internet Directory, 9.1, 11.1.1
dynamic resource creation, 11.1.2.2
options for configuring, 11.2.1
Oracle Portal, Forms, Reports and Discoverer 11g, 2.5
Oracle Real Application Clusters, 2.2
Oracle Single Sign On
accessing from Forms, 9.4.6
Oracle Single Sign-On
authentication flow, 9.1.1
database password expiration, 9.2.3, 11.1.2.3
dynamic directives, 9.2.2
enabling for an application, 9.2.3
Oracle Single Sign-On Server, 9.1
oracle.forms.servlet.ListenerServlet, Oracle9iAS Forms and, 13.2.6

P

parameter options
specifying in URL, 12.2.2
parameters, 3.3.2, 3.3.2
Performance Event Collection Services (PECS), 12.1
performance tools, 12.1
Performance/Scalability Tuning, 5
point event, 12.5
privileges
for classes of users, 11.1.1
protected, 11.1.2

R

RAD entries, 11.1.1
Registry.dat
adding a parameter value, 4.7.1
changing parameter value, 4.7.1
deleting a parameter value, 4.7.1
registry.dat, C.8
sample default, C.8.1
Registry.dat, managing, 4.7.1
resources, 11.1.2
dynamic directives, 11.1.2.1
resources, minimizing
boilerplate objects, 14.1.4
data segments, 14.1.4
encoded program units, 14.1.4
network usage, 14.1.5
rendering displays, 14.1.7
sending packets, 14.1.6
RUN_REPORT_OBJECT Built-in, Oracle Forms Services and, 13.2.8.2
runform parameters, 3.3.4, 3.3.4.1
default behavior, 3.3.4.1
default behavior, prior releases, 3.3.4.2
definition, 3.3.4
special character values, 3.3.4
Runtime Pooling
configuring prestart parameters, 14.1.2.1

S

sample file
base.htm, C.4.2
sample values, 3.3.2
ScriptAlias directive, Oracle9iAS Forms and, 13.2.3
separateFrame parameter, 4.2.5.6
serverHost parameter, Oracle Forms Services and, 13.2.4.1
serverPort parameter, Oracle Forms Services and, 13.2.4.1
serverURL, 4.2.5.7
serverURL parameter
application deployment in Oracle Forms Services, 13.2.5
static HTML files in Oracle Forms Services, 13.2.4.1
servlet aliases, Forms, web.xml file and, 13.1
servlet log file
location, 12.6.1.3
sample output, 12.6.5
servlet log file location, 12.6.4
single sign-on, 9.1
Special Key Mappings, 4.9.1.2
specifying, 3.3.2
SplashScreen, 4.7.4
splashScreen parameter, 4.2.5.6
SSL
configuring Forms Services, 5.7
configuring with a load balancing router, 5.8
ssoCancelUrl, 9.4.5
ssoDynamicResourceCreate
about, 9.4.3
ssoErrorURL, 9.4.4
ssoMode
about, 9.4.1, 9.4.2
ssoMode parameter
example for enabling a particular application, 9.4.1, 9.4.2
startup time, 14.2.2
Sun Java Plug-In
supported configurations, B.1
Sun's Java Plug-in, 14.2.2.2

T

template HTML
considerations for static, 3.3.4.5
template HTML files
considerations, 3.3.4.4
creating, 4.6
Test Form
securing, 4.5.1
thread handling
Forms Runtime Process and JVM, 10.1
timers, tuning, 14.2.4
trace data
converting to XML, 12.4.1
trace event details, 12.5.1
traceable events, 12.5
tracegroup parameter for tracing, 12.2.2
translate utility for tracing, 12.4.1
tuning
application size, 14.2.4
boilerplate items, 14.2.3
disable MENU_BUFFERING, 14.2.3
MENU_BUFFERING, 14.2.3
promote similarities, 14.2.3
reduce boilerplate objects, 14.2.3
reduce navigation, 14.2.3
reducing network bandwidth, 14.2.3
screen draws, 14.2.3
timers, 14.2.4
using Jar files, 14.2.2.1

U

upgrading
application modules, 13.2.2
CGI to Forms Servlet, 13.2.3
Forms 6i Listener to Forms Listener Servlet, 13.2.5
items, 13.1
load balancing, 13.2.7
recommendations, 13.2.1
static HTML start files, 13.2.4
tasks, 13.2
validating Forms Services, 13.3
Upload/Translate Utility
starting, 12.4.1
URL escape sequences, 3.3.4.1
URL parameter option for tracing, 12.2.2
User Sessions page
accessing, 4.4
customizing your view, 4.4
disabling new Forms user sessions, 4.4
disabling tracing, 4.4
enabling new Forms user sessions, 4.4
enabling tracing, 4.4
field descriptions, 4.4
searching for user sessions, 4.4
sorting list of sessions, 4.4
terminating Forms user sessions, 4.4
viewing database sessions, 4.4
viewing trace logs, 4.4

V

Virtual Graphics System (VGS) tree, 14.1.7, 14.1.7

W

Web Cache
configuring session binding, 14.3
Forms integration, 14.3
testing setup, 14.3
Web Configuration Page
accessing, 4.2
common tasks, 4.2.1
creating a configuration section, 4.2.3.1
deleting a configuration section, 4.2.3.4
duplicating a named configuration, 4.2.3.3
editing a configuration description, 4.2.3.2
managing parameters, 4.2.4
parameter descriptions, 4.2.5
WebLogic Managed Server Process, 5
WebUtil Configuration Files, 3.2.6
web.xml, C.5
Oracle Forms Services and, 13.1, 13.1
web.xml File
default sample, C.5.1
width parameter, 4.2.5.1

Z

zone.properties
file, Oracle Forms Listener Servlet and, 13.2.6