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you have problem with the browser ?
Do the next:
1. uninstall jinitiator from your computer
2. at your forms builder go to edit -> preferences -> runtime -> press button 'reset to default' and add this to the end of application server url: *?config=jpi*
3. now try running your form with internet explorer 8 (you also may use firefox but should use firefox 3.5 and chrome but chrome is not a browser certified)
I'm assuming you already have installed jdk 1.6 u21+
setting jpi as your config will tell the browser to use java's plugin instead of jinitiator
hope this helps you :)
hello sir i solve my problem but by different way
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Nice to hear you solved your problem, now could you share with us what did you do to solve it ??
<h1>i replace JVM file of oracle forms with my jdk's jvm file</h1>
Edited by: guptarahul126 on Jan 15, 2013 12:52 PM
This is an unsupported hack. (Assuming you copied the jvm.dll from the later release into the jinit directory)
You really should look at not using Jinitiator anymore, as it is desupported and not even recommend for EBS use as well.
For 10.1.2.3, you should really use the latest version of 1.6.0