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12 Tracing and Diagnostics

This chapter contains the following sections:

12.1 About Forms Trace

Forms Trace allows you to record information about a precisely defined part of forms functionality or a class of user actions. This is accomplished by defining events for which you want to collect trace information. For example, you can record information about trigger execution, mouse-clicks, or both. From the Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control, you can use trace output to diagnose performance and other problems with Oracle Forms applications.

Forms Trace replaces the functionality that was provided with Forms Runtime Diagnostics (FRD) and Performance Event Collection Services (PECS), which were available in earlier releases of Oracle Forms. Forms Trace allows you to trace the execution path through a form, for example, the steps the user took while using the form.

12.1.1 What Is the Difference between Tracing and Debugging?

You use Forms debugging to find out what happens when a user presses a button. Debugging allows a remote developer to connect to an existing Forms user session and to trace the user actions as the application runs or to debug on a local machine. Forms Trace provides information about the timing of specific events. Oracle Support uses tracing to isolate and analyze issues. For example, you use Forms trace to find out which query takes the longest time to execute, or which trigger causes performance issues with Oracle Forms.

12.2 Enabling and Configuring Forms Trace

An event is something that happens inside Oracle Forms as a direct or indirect result of a user action. An example is when a user presses a button that executes a query. An event set specifies a group of events that you can trace simply by specifying the event set name rather than each event number individually when you start the trace.

Use the Trace Configuration selection in the Forms menu of Oracle Enterprise Manager page to define the events that you want to trace. This page manages all changes in the ftrace.cfg file for you.

Keep these items in mind when working with Forms Trace:

See Section 12.5, "List of Traceable Events" for a list of events and their corresponding event numbers.

12.2.1 Configuring Forms Trace

To access the Trace Configuration page:

  1. Start Fusion Middleware Control.

  2. From the Fusion Middleware Control main page, click the link to the Oracle Forms Services instance that you want to configure.

  3. From the Forms menu list, select Trace Configuration.

    The Trace Configuration page (Figure 12-1) is displayed.

Figure 12-1 Trace Configuration Page

Trace Configuration Page.
Description of "Figure 12-1 Trace Configuration Page"

To create a new trace group:

  1. From the Fusion Middleware Control main page, click the link to the Oracle Forms Services instance that you want to configure.

  2. From the Forms menu list, select Trace Configuration.

    The Trace Configuration page is displayed.

  3. Click Add.

    The Add dialog is displayed.

  4. Enter the information for the new trace group:

    Name: Enter a name for the trace group.

    Value: See Table 12-2 for the values of traceable events.

    Comment : Enter a comment.

    • The trace group name must not contain spaces. For example, a_b_c is an acceptable trace group name.

    • There must be a comma between each event number you specify in the Value. For example, 65,66,96,194 is an acceptable value.

    • You can use a range of numbers. For example, 32-46 is an acceptable range.

  5. Click Add.

    The new trace group is added.

  6. Click Apply to save the changes, or Revert to discard them.

To delete a trace group: 

  1. In the Trace Configuration page, select the group you want to delete.

  2. Click Delete.

    The trace group is deleted and the Trace Configuration page reappears.

  3. Click Apply to save the changes, or Revert to discard them.

To edit an existing trace group: 

  1. In the Trace Configuration page, select the group you want to edit.

  2. Enter the value and description for the trace group.

  3. Click Apply to save the changes, or Revert to discard them.

12.2.2 Specifying URL Parameter Options

The following command line parameters are used to configure Forms Trace:

Record =
Tracegroup =   
Log = <filename> 

Table 12-1 describes the parameter values:

Table 12-1 Forms Trace Command Line Parameters

Parameter Values Description

Record

forms

Enables Forms Trace.

Tracegroup

Name, event number, or event range

Indicates which events should be recorded and logged.

  • If Tracegroup is not specified, only error and Startup messages are collected.

  • Tracegroup is ignored if Forms Trace is not switched on at the command line.

  • You can create a named set of events using the Tracegroup keyword, for example

Tracegroup=<keyword>, where <keyword> is specified in ftrace.cfg (for example, Tracegroup=MyEvents).

This lets you log the events in the named set MyEvents.

  • You can log all events in a specified range using the Tracegroup keyword, for example

    Tracegroup = 0-3
    

    This lets you log all events in the range defined by 0 <= event <=3.

  • You can log individual events using the Tracegroup keyword, for example

    Tracegroup = 34,67
    
  • You can combine event sets using the Tracegroup keyword, for example

    Tracegroup = 0-3,34,67,SQLInfo
    

12.3 Starting and Stopping Forms Trace

You start a trace by specifying trace entries in the URL or from Fusion Middleware Control. Entries should include the grouping of events to collect and the trace file name. Trace collection starts when the form executes.

The following are sample URLs to start a trace:

http://example.com/forms/frmservlet?form=cxl&record=forms&tracegroup=0-199
http://example.com/forms/frmservlet?form=cxl&record=forms&tracegroup=mysql

To start tracing a session from Fusion Middleware Control:

  1. From the Forms menu, select User Sessions.

    The User Sessions page appears.

  2. Select the row containing the Forms user session for which you want to enable tracing.

  3. Click Enable Tracing.

    The Enable Tracing dialog appears.

  4. From the Select Trace Group list, select an available trace group and click OK.

    The Enable Tracing dialog is dismissed and tracing is now enabled for the selected Forms user session.

To stop tracing a session from Fusion Middleware Control:

  1. From the Forms menu, select User Sessions.

    The User Sessions page appears.

  2. Select the row containing the Forms user session for which you want to disable tracing.

  3. Click Disable Tracing.

    The Disable Tracing dialog is displayed.

  4. Click OK.

    The Disable Tracing dialog is dismissed and tracing is now stopped for the selected Forms user session.

To switch between trace groups for a session:

  1. Select the row containing the Forms user session for which you want to change the trace group.

  2. Click Enable Tracing.

    The Enable Tracing dialog is displayed.

  3. From the Select Trace Group list, select the new trace group and click OK.

    The Enable Tracing dialog is dismissed. Refresh the page.

12.4 Viewing Forms Trace Output

Only administrators or a user belonging to administrators' group can view trace log files. Once the user has logged in, he or she does not have to log in again in the same browser session to view trace log files for different sessions.

Trace data is stored in a binary file with a *.trc extension. The default location of the trace log is $ORACLE_INSTANCE/FormsComponent/forms/trace/forms_pid.trc where pid is the process ID of the user session. If you are not using Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control, you need to use the Translate utility. For more information on running the Translate Utility, see the next section Section 12.4.1, "Running the Translate Utility."

To view trace data: 

  1. From the Forms menu in Fusion Middleware Control, select the User Sessions menu item.

  2. Select a User Session row and click Trace Log to see the contents of the trace log.

  3. Log in to view the trace file.

12.4.1 Running the Translate Utility

The Translate utility converts trace data to XML, HTML, or text formats. You need to specify an additional parameter "OutputClass" which has three legal values: "WriteOutTEXT", "WriteOutXML" and "WriteOutHTML". If you do not specify the outputclass, the output file is in text format. These values are case-sensitive.

Note:

To use the Translate Utility:

  1. Set the PATH variable to include the path to the directory containing the Java executable.

  2. Set the CLASSPATH variable to include the path to frmxlate.jar.

To convert trace data to Text format: 

  • At the command line, enter:

    java oracle.forms.diagnostics.Xlate datafile=a.trc outputfile=myfile.txt outputclass=WriteOutTEXT

    This creates a file called myfile.txt in text format.

To convert trace data to HTML format:

  • At the command line, enter:

    java oracle.forms.diagnostics.Xlate datafile=a.trc outputfile=myfile.html outputclass=WriteOutHTML

    This creates a file called myfile.html in HTML format.

To convert trace data to XML format:

  • To create myfile.xml, at the command line, enter:

    java oracle.forms.diagnostics.Xlate datafile=a.trc outputfile=myfile.xml outputclass=WriteOutXML

    This creates a file called myfile.xml in XML format.

12.5 List of Traceable Events

Table 12-2, "List of Traceable Events" lists the events that can be defined for tracing. In future releases of Forms, more events may be added to this list.

Event types are as follows:

Table 12-2 List of Traceable Events

Event Number Definition Type

0

Abnormal Error

point

1

Error during open form

point

2

Forms Died Error

point

3

Error messages on the status bar

point

4-31

Reserved for future use

NA

32

Startup

point

33

Menu

point

34

Key

point

35

Click

point

36

Double-click

point

37

Value

point

38

Scroll

point

39

LOV Selection

point

40

not used

not used

41

Window Close

point

42

Window Activate

point

43

Window Deactivate

point

44

Window Resize

point

45

Tab Page

point

46

Timer

point

47

DB Event

point

48

Reserved for future use

NA

49-63

Reserved for future use

NA

64

Form (Start & End)

duration

65

Program Unit (Start & End)

duration

66

Trigger (Start & End)

duration

67

LOV (Start & End)

duration

68

Opening a Editor

point

69

Canvas

point

70

Alert

duration

71

GetFile

point

72-95

Reserved for future use

NA

96

Builtin (Start & End)

builtin

97

User Exit (Start & End)

duration

98

SQL (Start & End)

duration

99

MenuCreate (Start & End)

duration

100

DB PU (Start & End)

duration

101

Execute Query

duration

102-127

Reserved for future use

N/A

128

Client Connect

point

129

Client Handshake

point

130

Heartbeat

point

131

HTTP Reconnect

point

132

Socket (Start & End)

duration

133

HTTP (Start & End)

duration

134

SSL (Start & End)

duration

135

DB Processing (Start & End)

duration

136

DB Logon (Start & End)

duration

137

DB Logoff (Start & End)

duration

138-159

Reserved for future use

N/A

160-168

Reserved for internal use

N/A

169-191

Reserved for future use

N/A

192*

Environment Dump

N/A

193*

State Delta

N/A

194*

Builtin Arguments

N/A

195*

UserExit Arguments

N/A

196*

Program Unit Arguments.

N/A

256 and higher

User defined

N/A

1024 and higher

Reserved for internal use

N/A


* These event numbers do not have a TYPE because they are not really events, but rather details for events. For example, the State Delta is something you can choose to see - it is triggered by a real action or event.

12.5.1 List of Event Details

The following tables list event details that can be defined for tracing:

Note:

Event names are case sensitive.

12.5.1.1 User Action Events

Table 12-3 User Action Event Details

Action Details Number

Menu Selection

Menu Name, Selection

33

Key

Key Pressed, Form, Block, Item

34

Click

Mouse/Key, Form, Block, Item

35

DoubleClick

Form, Block, Item

36

Value

Form, Block, Item

37

Scroll

Form, Up, Down, Page, Row

38

LOV Selection

LOV Name, Selection Item

39

Alert

AlertName, Selection

40

Tab

Form

45

DB Event

Queue Name

47

Window Activate, Deactivate,Close, Resize

WindowName, FormName, Size

41,42,43,44


12.5.1.2 Forms Services Events

Table 12-4 Forms Services Event Details

Event Name Details Number

Form

Form ID, Name, Path, Attached Libraries, Attached Menus

64

Program Unit

Program Unit Name, FormID

65

Trigger

TriggerName, FormName, BlockName, ItemName, FormID

66

LOV

LOV name, FormId

67

Editor

FormId , Editor Name

68

Canvas

FormId , Canvas Name

69


12.5.1.3 Detailed Events

Table 12-5 Detailed Events

Event Name Details Number

Builtin

BuiltinName, FormId

96

User Exit

UserExitName, FormId

97

MenuCreate

MenuName, FormID

99

PLSQL

PLSQLSTmt, FormID

100

ExecQuery

Block Name

101


12.5.1.4 Three-Tier Events

Table 12-6 Three-Tier Event Details

Event Name Details Number

Client Connect

Timestamp

128

Client Handshake

Timestamp

129

Heartbeat

Timestamp

130

HTTP Reconnect

NA

131

Socket

FormId, Packets, Bytes

132

HTTP

FormId, Packets, Bytes

133

HTTPS

FormId, Packets, Bytes

134

DB Processing

FormId, Statement

135

DB Logon

FormId

136

DB Logoff

FormId

137


12.5.1.5 Miscellaneous Events

Table 12-7 Miscellaneous Event Details

Event Name Details Number

Environment Dump

Selected environment information

192

State Delta

Changes to internal state caused by last action/event

193

Builtin Args

Argument values to a builtin

194

Userexit args

Arguments passed to a userexit

195

Procedure Args

Arguments (in|out) passed to a procedure.

196


12.6 Taking Advantage of Oracle Diagnostics and Logging Tools

Oracle Diagnostics and Logging (ODL) is a feature of Oracle Fusion Middleware that enables administrators to keep a record of all Oracle Forms sessions, monitor Oracle Forms-related network traffic, and debug site configuration problems. Some of the features of Oracle Diagnostics and Logging available to Forms Services include:

These sections on the servlet logging tools contain the following:

12.6.1 Enabling Oracle Diagnostics and Logging

When you turn on logging, the Listener Servlet writes log messages to the servlet log file. Examples of output for the various levels of logging are in Section 12.6.5, "Example Output for Each Level of Servlet Logging".

Table 12-8 describes the supported logging capabilities. If no string is appended to serverURL, then default logging is supported. To start other loggers, they must be specified in serverURL as described in the next section.

Table 12-8 Supported logging capabilities

String appended to serverURL client parameter Description of logging

(none)

During Forms servlet initialization, a message is written to the log file stating the name and path of the configuration file being used. Messages of levels higher and equal to the log level set for the default logger in logging.xml are logged. Default Value is set to NOTIFICATION:1 and levels NOTIFICATION:1, WARNING:1, ERROR:1 and INTERNAL_ERROR are logged.

/session

Log messages are written whenever a Forms session starts or ends. These give the host name and IP address of the client (the computer on which the user's Web browser is running), the runtime process id, and a unique internal session id number.

/sessionperf

Performance summary statistics are included with the session end message.

/perf

A performance message is written for every request from the client.

/debug

Full debug messages. Other debug messages are written in addition to the messages mentioned above. This logging level is verbose and is intended mainly for debugging and support purposes.


12.6.1.1 Specifying Logging

To specify logging for all users, change the serverURL entry in the default section in the Web Configuration page to the following:

serverURL=/forms/lservlet/<string>

where <string> specifies the logging capability as defined in Table 12-8. If no string is provided, the default logging For example, if you want to start session-level logging, modify the serverURL as follows:

serverURL=/forms/lservlet/session

12.6.1.2 Specifying Logging Levels Using Fusion Middleware Control

To set the log levels for Forms servlet logging using Fusion Middleware Control, perform the following:

  1. From the Fusion Middleware Control, select the managed server (for example WLS_FORMS).

  2. From the WebLogic Server menu, select Logs, then Log Configuration.

  3. In the Logger Name field, expand Root Logger. Expand each of the following: oracle, oracle.forms. The Logger name defined in serverURL as described in Section 12.6.1.1, "Specifying Logging" is displayed, for example (oracle.forms.servlet.debug).

  4. Choose the Log level as required from the list in the Oracle Diagnostic Logging Level field. Refer to Table 12-9 for the mapping of the internal Forms log level to the Java levels.

    Table 12-9 Oracle Diagnostic Logging Levels

    Internal Forms Log Levels Java Log Levels

    DEBUG

    TRACE:32

    REQUEST_PERFORMANCE

    TRACE:16

    SESSION_PERFORMANCE

    TRACE:1

    SESSION_START_END

    NOTIFICATION:16

    NOTIFICATION

    NOTIFICATION:1

    WARNING

    WARNING:1

    ERROR

    ERROR:1

    INTERNAL_ERROR

    INTERNAL_ERROR


    This configuration modifies the logging.xml file for the managed server.

12.6.1.3 Specifying Full Diagnostics in the URL that Invokes the Forms Servlet

To start full diagnostics, specify the parameter serverURL in formsweb.cfg as follows:

serverURL=/forms/lservlet/debug

Start the Oracle Forms application using a URL as follows:

http://example.com/forms/frmservlet/debug?

12.6.2 Viewing Diagnostics Logs

You view the contents of diagnostics logs from Fusion Middleware Control.

To view the contents of diagnostics logs:

  1. From the Forms menu, select Home.

    The Fusion Middleware Control home page is displayed.

  2. In the Forms Deployment region, scroll to the Servlet Logs column.

  3. Click the corresponding Logs link for the target deployed application.

    The Log Messages page is displayed.

12.6.3 Using the Servlet Page

From the Forms menu, select Monitoring and then Servlet Logs. Use this page to search, sort, view, download, and export collected server diagnostics logs.

For additional information on managing and viewing the log files, refer to the Oracle Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide.

12.6.4 Location of Log Files

The default servlet log file is named formsapp-diagnostic.log. It is written to the WLS_FORMS/logs directory of the Oracle WebLogic Managed Server to which Forms is deployed.

In Oracle Forms Services, the full path is:

$DOMAIN_HOME/servers/WLS_FORMS/logs/<application name>-diagnostic.log

The trace logs are stored in files named forms_pid.trc by default, where pid is the process ID of the user session. The default location of the trace log is:

$ORACLE_INSTANCE/FormsComponent/forms/trace/forms_pid.trc

Use the Translate Utility described in Section 12.4.1, "Running the Translate Utility" to view them.

12.6.5 Example Output for Each Level of Servlet Logging

The following are examples of the type of output you get when you use the following levels of logging:

12.6.5.1 (none)

[2008-09-10T06:58:47.106-07:00] [WLS_FORMS] [NOTIFICATION] [FRM-93100]
 [oracle.forms.servlet] [tid: 11] [ecid: 0000HlCYKnmD4i8nvgy0V118lx4u000000,0]
 [APP: formsapp] [arg: 
configFileName:     <configfilename>
testMode:           false] Initializing the Forms Servlet.  Initialization
 parameters are:[[
    configFileName:    <configfilename> 
    testMode:           
false
]]
[2008-09-10T06:58:53.517-07:00] [WLS_FORMS] [NOTIFICATION] [FRM-93180]
 [oracle.forms.servlet] [tid: 11] [ecid: 0000HlCZfTDD4i8nvgy0V118lx4u000003,0]
 [APP: formsapp] [arg: 
envFile:            null
WorkingDirectory:   null
executable:         null
WaitTime:           500
MaxBlockTime:       1000] 
Initializing ListenerServlet.  Initialization parameters
 are:[[
    envFile:            null
    WorkingDirectory:   null
    executable:         null
    WaitTime:           500
    MaxBlockTime:       1000
]] 

12.6.5.2 /session

[2008-09-11T07:35:01.507-07:00] [WLS_FORMS] [NOTIFICATION:16] [FRM-93251]
[oracle.forms.servlet.session] [tid: 14] [ecid:
0000HlHpYGDD4i8nvgy0V118mFuv00000V,0] [SRC_CLASS:
oracle.forms.servlet.RunformSession] [APP: formsapp] [SRC_METHOD: <init>] [FORMS
SESSION_ID: ..8] [arg: supadhya-pc1] [arg: 10.177.254.46] Runtime session started
for client <pc1> (IP address <ip address>).
2008-09-11T07:35:01.798-07:00] [WLS_FORMS] [NOTIFICATION:16] [FRM-93548]
[oracle.forms.servlet.session] [tid: 14] [ecid:
0000HlHpYGDD4i8nvgy0V118mFuv00000V,0] [SRC_CLASS:
oracle.forms.servlet.RunformProcess] [APP: formsapp] [SRC_METHOD: connect] [FORMS
SESSION_ID: ..8] [arg: 7765] Runtime process ID is 7765.
2008-09-11T07:38:11.372-07:00] [WLS_FORMS] [NOTIFICATION:16] [FRM-93252]
[oracle.forms.servlet.session] [tid: 14] [ecid:
0000HlHpYGDD4i8nvgy0V118mFuv00000V,0] [SRC_CLASS:
oracle.forms.servlet.RunformSession] [APP: formsapp] [SRC_METHOD: stop] [FORMS
SESSION_ID: ..8] Forms session ended.

12.6.5.3 /sessionperf

[2008-09-11T07:40:25.923-07:00] [WLS_FORMS] [NOTIFICATION:16] [FRM-93251]
[oracle.forms.servlet.sessionperf] [tid: 17] [ecid:
0000HlHqlS9D4i8nvgy0V118mFuv00000Y,0] [SRC_CLASS:
oracle.forms.servlet.RunformSession] [APP: formsapp] [SRC_METHOD: <init>] [FORMS
SESSION_ID: ..9] [arg: <pc1>] [arg: 10.177.254.46] Runtime session started
for client <pc1> (IP address 10.177.254.46).
2008-09-11T07:40:26.223-07:00] [WLS_FORMS] [NOTIFICATION:16] [FRM-93548]
 [oracle.forms.servlet.sessionperf] [tid: 17] [ecid:
0000HlHqlS9D4i8nvgy0V118mFuv00000Y,0] [SRC_CLASS:
oracle.forms.servlet.RunformProcess] [APP: formsapp] [SRC_METHOD: connect] [FORMS
SESSION_ID: ..9] [arg: 8023] Runtime process ID is 8023.
2008-09-11T07:40:43.593-07:00] [WLS_FORMS] [NOTIFICATION:16] [FRM-93252]
[oracle.forms.servlet.sessionperf] [tid: 17] [ecid:
0000HlHqlS9D4i8nvgy0V118mFuv00000Y,0] [SRC_CLASS:
oracle.forms.servlet.RunformSession] [APP: formsapp] [SRC_METHOD: stop] [FORMS
SESSION_ID: ..9] Forms session ended.
[2008-09-11T07:40:43.594-07:00] [WLS_FORMS] [TRACE] [FRM-93710]
[oracle.forms.servlet.sessionperf] [tid: 17] [ecid:
0000HlHqlS9D4i8nvgy0V118mFuv00000Y,0] [SRC_CLASS:
oracle.forms.servlet.RunformSession] [APP: formsapp] [SRC_METHOD: stop] [FORMS
SESSION_ID: ..9] [arg: 1.557] [arg: 6] [arg: 0] [arg: 1.000] [arg: 0.259] [arg:
5106] [arg: 352] Total duration of network exchanges is 1.557.[[
Total number of network exchanges is 6 (0 long ones over 1.000 sec).
Average time for one network exchange (excluding long ones) is 0.259.
Total number of bytes sent is 5106.
Total number of bytes received is 352.
]]

12.6.5.4 /perf

[2008-09-11T07:42:46.560-07:00] [WLS_FORMS] [NOTIFICATION:16] [FRM-93251]
[oracle.forms.servlet.perf] [tid: 14] [ecid: 0000HlHrJmWD4i8nvgy0V118mFuv00000^,0]
[SRC_CLASS: oracle.forms.servlet.RunformSession] [APP: formsapp] [SRC_METHOD:
<init>] [FORMS_SESSION_ID: ..10] [arg: <pc1>] [arg: 10.177.254.46] Runtime
session started for client <pc1> (IP address <ip address>).
[2008-09-11T07:42:46.854-07:00] [WLS_FORMS] [NOTIFICATION:16] [FRM-93548]
[oracle.forms.servlet.perf] [tid: 17] [ecid: 0000HlHqlS9D4i8nvgy0V118mFuv00000Y,0]
[SRC_CLASS: oracle.forms.servlet.RunformProcess] [APP: formsapp] [SRC_METHOD:
connect] [FORMS_SESSION_ID: ..10] [arg: 8149] Runtime process ID is 8149.
[2008-09-11T07:42:46.865-07:00] [WLS_FORMS] [TRACE:16] [FRM-93700]
[oracle.forms.servlet.perf] [tid: 17] [ecid: 0000HlHqlS9D4i8nvgy0V118mFuv00000Y,0]
[SRC_CLASS: oracle.forms.servlet.ListenerServlet] [APP: formsapp] [SRC_METHOD:
doPost] [FORMS_SESSION_ID: ..10] [arg: 0.011] [arg: 8] [arg: 8] [arg: null]
Request duration is 0.011 seconds.  Request size is 8 bytes; response size is 8
bytes.
[2008-09-11T07:42:47.921-07:00] [WLS_FORMS] [TRACE:16] [FRM-93700]
[oracle.forms.servlet.perf] [tid: 17] [ecid: 0000HlHqlS9D4i8nvgy0V118mFuv00000Y,0]
[SRC_CLASS: oracle.forms.servlet.ListenerServlet] [APP: formsapp] [SRC_METHOD:
doPost] [FORMS_SESSION_ID: ..10] [arg: 0.438] [arg: 272] [arg: 5022] [arg: null]
Request duration is 0.438 seconds.  Request size is 272 bytes; response size is
5022 bytes. 

12.6.5.5 /debug

[2009-02-11T14:39:03.016+00:00] [WLS_FORMS] [NOTIFICATION:16] [FRM-93250]
 [oracle.forms.servlet] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '2' for queue:
 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: <anonymous>] [ecid: 0000Hx
_lhDcD4i8nvgy0V119Xz350000HZ,0] [APP: formsapp#11.1.1] Forms session started.
[2009-02-11T14:39:03.017+00:00] [WLS_FORMS] [TRACE:32] [FRM-94200]
 [oracle.forms.servlet] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '2' for queue:
'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: <anonymous>] [ecid: 0000Hx
_lhDcD4i8nvgy0V119Xz350000HZ,0] [SRC_CLASS: oracle.forms.servlet.FormsServlet]
 [APP: formsapp#11.1.1] [SRC_METHOD: doRequest] [FORMS_SESSION_ID: ..43] [arg:
 GET] [arg: 
cmd:                frmservlet
config:             null
requestCharset:     null
QueryString:        null
Content-Type:       null
Accept-Charset:     null    
responseCharset:    null] FormsServlet receiving GET request.  Details:[[
    cmd:                frmservlet
    config:             null
    requestCharset:     null
    QueryString:        null
    Content-Type:       null
    Accept-Charset:     null
    responseCharset:    null
]]
[2009-02-11T14:39:03.017+00:00] [WLS_FORMS] [TRACE:32] [FRM-94281]
 [oracle.forms.servlet] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '2' for queue:
 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: <anonymous>] [ecid: 0000Hx
_lhDcD4i8nvgy0V119Xz350000HZ,0] [SRC_CLASS: oracle.forms.servlet.ListenerServlet]
 [APP: formsapp#11.1.1] [SRC_METHOD: printSessionDetails] [FORMS_SESSION_ID: ..43]
 No current servlet session ID.
[2009-02-11T14:39:03.017+00:00] [WLS_FORMS] [TRACE:32] [FRM-94170]
 [oracle.forms.servlet] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '2' for queue:
 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: <anonymous>] [ecid: 0000Hx
_lhDcD4i8nvgy0V119Xz350000HZ,0] [SRC_CLASS: oracle.forms.servlet.FormsServlet]
 [APP: formsapp#11.1.1] [SRC_METHOD: findFile] [FORMS_SESSION_ID: ..43] [arg:
 basejpi.htm] [arg: <config folder>] File basejpi.htm is missing from the
 current directory, looking in <config folder>
[2009-02-11T14:39:21.460+00:00] [WLS_FORMS] [TRACE:32] [FRM-94200]
 [oracle.forms.servlet] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '2' for queue:
 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: <anonymous>] [ecid: 0000Hx
_llhoD4i8nvgy0V119Xz350000Hd,0] [SRC_CLASS: oracle.forms.servlet.FormsServlet]
 [APP: formsapp#11.1.1] [SRC_METHOD: doRequest] [FORMS_SESSION_ID: ..43] [arg:
 GET] [arg: 
cmd:                startsession
config:             null
requestCharset:     null
QueryString:       ifsessid=..43&acceptLanguage=en-us&ifcmd=startsession&iflocale=en-US
    Content-Type:       null
Accept-Charset:     null
responseCharset:    null] 
FormsServlet receiving GET request.  Details:[[
    cmd:                startsession
    config:             null
    requestCharset:     null
    QueryString:        ifsessid=..43&acceptLanguage=en-us&ifcmd=startsession&iflocale=en-US
    Content-Type:       null
    Accept-Charset:     null
    responseCharset:    null
]]
 
 
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[2009-02-11T14:39:21.716+00:00] [WLS_FORMS] [TRACE:32] [FRM-94201]
 [oracle.forms.servlet] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '2' for queue:
 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: <anonymous>] [ecid: 0000Hx
_llloD4i8nvgy0V119Xz350000Hf,0] [SRC_CLASS: oracle.forms.servlet.ListenerServlet]
[APP: formsapp#11.1.1] [SRC_METHOD: doGet] [FORMS_SESSION_ID: ..43] [arg: GET]
 [arg: 
cmd:                getinfo
QueryString:        ifcmd=getinfo&ifhost=supadhya-pc1&ifip=10.177.254.239]
 ListenerServlet receiving GET request.  Details:[[
    cmd:                getinfo
    QueryString:        ifcmd=getinfo&ifhost=supadhya-pc1&ifip=10.177.254.239
]]
 
[2009-02-11T14:39:21.717+00:00] [WLS_FORMS] [TRACE:32] [FRM-94282]
 [oracle.forms.servlet] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '2' for queue:
 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: <anonymous>] [ecid: 0000Hx
_llloD4i8nvgy0V119Xz350000Hf,0] [SRC_CLASS: oracle.forms.servlet.ListenerServlet]
 [APP: formsapp#11.1.1] [SRC_METHOD: printSessionDetails] [FORMS_SESSION_ID: ..43]
 [arg:
 HyLhJSjZ85F5GWbZLDgwp1MY02FK5tC6yVDP1LylbCvgmv9y3CfK!126690176!1234363161461]
 Existing servlet session, ID =
 HyLhJSjZ85F5GWbZLDgwp1MY02FK5tC6yVDP1LylbCvgmv9y3CfK!126690176!1234363161461
[2009-02-11T14:39:21.717+00:00] [WLS_FORMS] [TRACE:32] [FRM-94286]
 [oracle.forms.servlet] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '2' for queue:
'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: <anonymous>] [ecid: 0000Hx
_llloD4i8nvgy0V119Xz350000Hf,0] [SRC_CLASS: oracle.forms.servlet.ListenerServlet]
 [APP: formsapp#11.1.1] [SRC_METHOD: printSessionDetails] [FORMS_SESSION_ID: ..43]
 Session ID is not from cookie.
[2009-02-11T14:39:21.717+00:00] [WLS_FORMS] [TRACE:32] [FRM-94430]
 [oracle.forms.servlet] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '2' for queue:
 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: <anonymous>] [ecid: 0000Hx
_llloD4i8nvgy0V119Xz350000Hf,0] [SRC_CLASS: oracle.forms.servlet.RunformSession]
 [APP: formsapp#11.1.1] [SRC_METHOD: <init>] [FORMS_SESSION_ID: ..43] Trying to
 get a prestarted process.
[2009-02-11T14:39:21.717+00:00] [WLS_FORMS] [TRACE:32] [FRM-94432]
 [oracle.forms.servlet] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '2' for queue:
 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: <anonymous>] [ecid: 0000Hx
_llloD4i8nvgy0V119Xz350000Hf,0] [SRC_CLASS: oracle.forms.servlet.RunformSession]
 [APP: formsapp#11.1.1] [SRC_METHOD: <init>] [FORMS_SESSION_ID: ..43] Prestarted
 process is not available.
[2009-02-11T14:39:21.718+00:00] [WLS_FORMS] [TRACE:32] [FRM-94522]
 [oracle.forms.servlet] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '2' for queue:
 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: <anonymous>] [ecid: 0000Hx
_llloD4i8nvgy0V119Xz350000Hf,0] [SRC_CLASS: oracle.forms.servlet.RunformSession]
 [APP: formsapp#11.1.1] [SRC_METHOD: <init>] [FORMS_SESSION_ID: ..43] [arg: null]
 Creating new runtime process using default executable.
[2009-02-11T14:39:21.718+00:00] [WLS_FORMS] [TRACE:32] [FRM-94532]
 [oracle.forms.servlet] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '2' for queue:
 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: <anonymous>] [ecid: 0000Hx
_llloD4i8nvgy0V119Xz350000Hf,0] [SRC_CLASS: oracle.forms.servlet.RunformProcess]
 [APP: formsapp#11.1.1] [SRC_METHOD: startProcess] [FORMS_SESSION_ID: ..43] [arg:
 frmweb webfile=HTTP-0,default] RunformProcess.startProcess():  executing frmweb
 webfile=HTTP-0,default
 
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