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run forms12c blocked by IE 11

user1099620
user1099620 Member Posts: 49 Blue Ribbon
edited Dec 14, 2016 6:19PM in Forms

Hi,

I have installed The Forms 12c (12.2.1.1.0) with the infrastructure (fmw_12.2.1.1.0_infrastructure.jar),

all on the Windows 10/64 bit client machine.

The browser I am using is IE 11 in the Forms builder preferences,  runtime.

Running  the Form

The address in the browser is

http://comp1.domain1.com:9001/forms/frmservlet

The prompt message:

Internet Explorer blocked this website from installing an ActiveX control     What is the risk?      Install

After activating   Install

The new message:

Internet Explorer Add-on Installer - Security Warning

Windows has blocked this software because it can't verify the publisher.

Name : forms/

publisher: Unknown Publisher

To help protect your computer, Windows will block software when it cannot verify the publisher.

there is a link with instructions :

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17469/windows-internet-explorer-use-activex-controls?ocid=IE10_no_signature

To change ActiveX settings

1.In Internet Explorer, select the Tools button , and then select Internet options.

2.On the Security tab, select Custom level, and then under ActiveX controls and plug-ins, do one the following:

Allow Automatic prompting for ActiveX controls by selecting Enable.

Allow Internet Explorer to Display video and animation on a webpage that doesn't use external media player by selecting Enable.

Allow Internet Explorer to Download signed ActiveX controls by selecting Enable, or Prompt if you want to be notified each time this happens.

Allow Internet Explorer to Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins by selecting Enable, or Prompt if you want to be notified each time this happens.

Allow Internet Explorer to Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting by selecting Enable, or Prompt if you want to be notified each time this happens.

3.Select OK, and then select OK again.

Applying all this, without any results in activating the Form Java plugin , Any help I will appreciate any help.

Regards,

Kostadin

User_SK2F3

Answers

  • fmz
    fmz Member Posts: 71 Blue Ribbon
    edited Oct 14, 2016 12:11PM

    Hi Kostadin,

    Forms12c works very well with the newest Java JRE in IE11 on Windows 10.

    First of all please try to verify the start of the Java Plugin with https://www.java.com/de/download/installed.jsp

    with following steps:

    1- deinstall any Java from the WIndows 10 client

    2- install the actual Java JRE with the verify process

    3- verify the Java Plugin start.

    Hope it helps.

  • Johnson F
    Johnson F Member Posts: 182 Bronze Badge
    edited Oct 24, 2016 1:51AM

    Goto Java settings from control panel...

    Click Security, and add your application server url in exception list.

  • user1099620
    user1099620 Member Posts: 49 Blue Ribbon
    edited Nov 7, 2016 9:44AM

    Hi,

    I have deinstall all components (Forms 12.2.1.1, Infrastructure 12.2.1.1, Java),

    install JDK 1.8.0_112,  Infrastructure 12.2.1.2 , Forms and Reports 12.2.1.2,  Repository  and add the domain.

    The problem with IE10 still exists, I can't start java plugin. The last sequence is

    The publisher could not be verified. Are You sure you want to install this software ?

    Name:  forms/

    Publisher :  Unknown Publisher

         Install          Don't Install

    After selecting Install,

    Nothing happens.

    The other run options:  Java Web Start, and Standalone, works for my installation.

    I can debug with Standalone and with Java Web Start !

    The Java Web Start activation is slow more than 30 seconds in starting the app,  in opposite the standalone activation is immediately.

    Regards

    K.

  • user1099620
    user1099620 Member Posts: 49 Blue Ribbon
    edited Nov 7, 2016 10:06AM

    Hi,

    Adding app.server in the exception list didn't  bring me advance in unblocking the java plug-in.

    Regards,

    Kostadin

  • New Rodeo
    New Rodeo Member Posts: 92 Blue Ribbon
    edited Dec 14, 2016 6:19PM

    I am running Windows 7.

    However, given the same error, I installed the 32-bit JRE 8u77.  The 64-bit was not acceptable.

    Java Archive Downloads - Java SE 8

    That fixed it for me anyway.

    Good luck.

    User_SK2F3
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