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From the online documentation (here is the link: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E24269_01/doc.11120/e24477/basics.htm):
3.2.4 Standard Fonts and Icons File
Registry.dat is the file that contains the default font, font mappings, and icon information that Forms Services uses.
For a sample of the default Registry.dat, see Appendix C, "Registry.dat."
For more information about Registry.dat, see Chapter 4, "Deploying Fonts, Icons, and Images Used by Forms Services."
If you want to change nls parameter, here is an example in section "3.3.1 Deploying Your Application":
To modify an environment file, select the file in the Environment Configuration page of Fusion Middleware Control and add or edit environment variables as needed by your application. For example, you can add the environment variable shown in Table 3-2.
Table 3-2 Example of Environment Variable Values
Environment Variable Name Environment Variable Value
If you specified these environment variables in an environment file, specify this environment file in the respective configuration section of the formsweb.cfg in the Web Configuration page.
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Try ThisBesides this will change the database characterset instead the forms characterset (and in 90% of times either fail or corrupt the database) the recommended method of changing the database characterset is cmig/csalter: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B19306_01/server.102/b14225/ch11charsetmig.htm
ALTER DATABASE CHARACTER SET AR8MSWIN1256
And even csmig won't work if the target characterset is not a superset of the source characterset (you can't go from WE8MSWIN1252 to AL32UTF8 for example)