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FRM-93130: no base HTML file is specified

tayshaun
tayshaun Member Posts: 67 Red Ribbon

good I need advice with this error, which is showing me when I run forms

I am using oracle linux 7, version of forms 12.2.1.4, I need help with this please

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  • Michael Ferrante-Oracle
    Michael Ferrante-Oracle Member Posts: 6,490 Employee
    edited February 11 Accepted Answer

    We need some context.

    • Are you trying to run from the Builder or directly in a browser or command line?
    • Is the "user" tier also the sever tier (linux)? If not, what are the user tier details?
    • Did this ever work before or is this a new installation you are trying for the first time?
    • Did you alter the contents of the Web Configuration (formsweb.cfg)? This is where the baseHTML template is set.

    Please share whatever other details may help

    tayshaun

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  • Michael Ferrante-Oracle
    Michael Ferrante-Oracle Member Posts: 6,490 Employee
    edited February 11 Accepted Answer

    We need some context.

    • Are you trying to run from the Builder or directly in a browser or command line?
    • Is the "user" tier also the sever tier (linux)? If not, what are the user tier details?
    • Did this ever work before or is this a new installation you are trying for the first time?
    • Did you alter the contents of the Web Configuration (formsweb.cfg)? This is where the baseHTML template is set.

    Please share whatever other details may help

    tayshaun
  • tayshaun
    tayshaun Member Posts: 67 Red Ribbon

    Thanks for such a quick response

    1- I'm running it directly from the Builder, and it shows me that error in explorer

    2- The "user" level is also the server level (linux)

    3- the server was working perfectly fine, this was suddenly

    4- I have not modified that file (formsweb.cfg)

  • Michael Ferrante-Oracle
    Michael Ferrante-Oracle Member Posts: 6,490 Employee

    Have you tried running directly from a browser? Note that on a Linux client you must run either Java Web Start or Forms Standalone Launcher.

    So if on Linux and you want to run directly from the Builder, I recommend using the Forms Standalone Launcher (FSAL). Open the Builder Preferences and do the following:

    1. Be sure to set a default browser on the General tab. In my example I point to Firefox. Be sure to point to whatever you have installed.

    2. On the Runtime tab, check "Run Standalone" and be sure to have a valid value for "Application Server URL".


  • tayshaun
    tayshaun Member Posts: 67 Red Ribbon

    thanks for answering me, check the file(formsweb.cfg) and it was inaccessible, replace the file and everything is working

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