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I installedBut you didn't mention what exact problem you are facing. Can you show us what change you are done at formsweb.cfg file ?
oracle 10g database R2
oracle 10g developer suite
windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
I download java 6 and edit formsweb.confg to run forms using java run time ... I tried everything to run forms on my browser (change my browser , install another O.S like windows 7 64bit,xp) I really don`t know what should I hope help me .
You really haven't given us enough information for us to help you. First, what happens when you try to run the Form? Do you get an error; a blank screen; what?
It sounds like you are not running on a network, therefore you will need to install the Microsoft Loopback Adapter to emulate a network. For information on how to install the adapter take a look at: How to install Microsoft Loopback Adapter.
I download java 6 and edit formsweb.confg to run forms using java run time...What exact version did you download/install (eg: 1.6.0_43)? What changes did you make to the formsweb.cfg? Please list them. Did you also update the FORMS_PATH in the default.env? If not, you will need to do this so the Forms Runtime can find your form. Your other option would be create a configuration for each form in the formsweb.cfg - but this is a lot of work just to run a form. It is easier to put all your forms in a specific directory and add this directory to the FORMS_PATH variable.
Maybe it's something very simple, like: did you start OC4J?
Start -> Programs -> Oracle Developer Suite -> Forms Developer -> Start OC4J Instance