This illustration shows the HTTP request flow from WebLogic Managed Server to Forms Runtime Process. On the left of the image, resides the Forms client. The Forms servlet renders the start HTML file and provides the information about the Forms Listener servlet to the client. The client passes this HTTP request to the Oracle HTTP Server Listener in the middle. The Oracle HTTP Server Listener, in turn, passes the HTTP request to the Forms Listener servlet running inside WebLogic Managed Server. The WebLogic Managed Server Process includes a Web Container, JB Container, and other services, such as Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI), JMS, JavaMail, and so forth. The Forms Listener servlet establishes a Forms Server runtime process and is responsible for on-going communication between the client browser and the runtime process.