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webutill error

Tony007
Tony007 Member Posts: 4,046 Bronze Trophy
edited 4:31PM in Forms

i follow this


but when i test webutil am geting this error

this my cfg

# formsweb.cfg defines parameter values used by the FormsServlet (frmservlet)

# This section defines the Default settings. Any of them may be overridden in the

# following Named Configuration sections. If they are not overridden, then the

# values here will be used.

# The default settings comprise two types of parameters: System parameters,

# which cannot be overridden in the URL, and User Parameters, which can.

# Parameters which are not marked as System parameters are User parameters.

# SYSTEM PARAMETERS

# -----------------

# These have fixed names and give information required by the Forms

# Servlet in order to function. They cannot be specified in the URL query

# string. But they can be overridden in a named configuration (see below).

# Some parameters specify file names: if the full path is not given,

# they are assumed to be in the same directory as this file. If a path

# is given, then it should be a physical path, not a URL.

# USER PARAMETERS

# ---------------

# These match variables (e.g. %form%) in the baseHTML file. Their values

# may be overridden by specifying them in the URL query string

# (e.g. "http://myhost.example.com/forms/frmservlet?form=myform&width=700")

# or by overriding them in a specific, named configuration (see below)

[default]

# System parameter: default base HTML file

baseHTML=base.htm

# System parameter: base HTML file for use with Java Plug-In

baseHTMLjpi=basejpi.htm

# System parameter: delimiter for parameters in the base HTML files

HTMLdelimiter=%

# System parameter: file setting environment variables for the Forms runtime processes

envFile=default.env

# System parameter: Forms runtime arguments

serverArgs=%escapeparams% module=%form% userid=%userid% debug=%debug% host=%host% port=%port% %otherparams%

# Forms runtime argument: whether to escape certain special characters

# in values extracted from the URL for other runtime arguments

escapeparams=true

# Forms runtime argument: which form module to run

form=test.fmx

# Forms runtime argument: database connection details

userid=

# Forms runtime argument: whether to run in debug mode

debug=no

# Forms runtime argument: host for debugging

# For internal use. Do not change null value.

host=

# Forms runtime argument: port for debugging

# For internal use. Do not change null value.

port=

# Forms runtime argument: BIDI digitSubstitution

digitSubstitution=context

# Other Forms runtime arguments: grouped together as one parameter.

# These settings support running and debugging a form from the Builder:

otherparams=obr=%obr% record=%record% tracegroup=%tracegroup% log=%log% term=%term% ssoProxyConnect=%ssoProxyConnect%

# Sub argument for otherparams

obr=no

# Sub argument for otherparams

record=

# Sub argument for otherparams

tracegroup=

# Sub argument for otherparams

log=

# Sub argument for otherparams

term=

# HTML page title

pageTitle=Oracle Fusion Middleware Forms Services

# HTML attributes for the BODY tag

HTMLbodyAttrs=

# HTML to add before the form

HTMLbeforeForm=

# HTML to add after the form

HTMLafterForm=

# Use HTML page title for Forms frames (webstart, standalone, etc.) by default

webFormsTitle=%pageTitle%

# Forms applet parameter: URL path to Forms ListenerServlet

serverURL=/forms/lservlet

# Forms applet parameter

codebase=/forms/java

# Forms applet parameter

imageBase=codebase

# Forms applet parameter: location for media files

mediaBase=codebase

# Forms applet parameter

width=750

# Forms applet parameter

height=600

# Forms applet parameter

separateFrame=false

# Forms applet parameter

splashScreen=

# Forms applet parameter

allowAlertClipboard=true

# Forms applet parameter

disableValidateClipboard=false

# Forms applet parameter

highContrast=false

# Forms applet parameter

background=

# Forms applet parameter

lookAndFeel=Oracle

# Forms applet parameter

colorScheme=swan

# Forms applet parameter to configure custom color scheme

customColorScheme=

# Forms applet parameter

logo=

# Forms applet parameter, valid range [0-3]

guiMode=0

# Forms applet parameter

restrictedURLparams=pageTitle,HTMLbodyAttrs,HTMLbeforeForm,HTMLafterForm,log

# Forms applet parameter

formsMessageListener=

# Forms applet parameter

recordFileName=

# Forms applet parameter

serverApp=

# Forms applet archive setting for other clients (Java Plugin, Appletviewer, etc)

archive=frmall.jar

# Number of times client should retry if a network failure occurs. You should

# only change this after reading the documentation.

networkRetries=0

# More information regarding jpi and java_version settings can be found here:

# http://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/technotes/guides/jweb/applet/using_tags.html

# Page displayed to users to allow them to download Oracle's Java Plugin.

# This is typically used for non-Microsoft Internet Explorer clients.

jpi_download_page= http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads

# Parameter to identify the Java Plugin

jpi_classid=clsid:8AD9C840-044E-11D1-B3E9-00805F499D93

# Parameter related to the version of the Java Plugin and a desired download location

#jpi_codebase=http://example.com/somewhere/jre-8u40-windows-i586.exeVersion=1,8,0,40

# Parameter related to the version of the Java Plugin

jpi_mimetype=application/x-java-applet

# Parameter used to specify which Plugin version to use

java_version=1.7+

# Applet parameter for Oracle's Java Plugin.

legacy_lifecycle=false

# Single Sign-On OID configuration parameter: indicates whether we allow

# dynamic resource creation if the resource is not yet created in the OID.

ssoDynamicResourceCreate=true

# Single Sign-On parameter: URL to redirect to if ssoDynamicResourceCreate=false

ssoErrorUrl=

# Single Sign-On parameter: Cancel URL for the dynamic resource creation DAS page.

ssoCancelUrl=

# Single Sign-On parameter: indicates whether the url is protected in which

# case mod_osso will be given control for authentication or continue in

# the FormsServlet if not. It is false by default. Set it to true in an

# application-specific section to enable Single Sign-On for that application.

ssoMode=false

# Single Sign-On parameter: indicates whether session should operate in proxy

# user support or not. Specify ssoProxyConnect=yes to enable for particular application.

ssoProxyConnect=no

# Single Sign-On parameter: indicates whether session should be logged out

# while exiting

ssoLogOut=false

# Single Sign-On parameter: Redirect URL to which the browser should be

ssoLogOutRedirect=

# Single Sign-On parameter: parameter to hold the name of query parameter on OAM Logout

# URL that holds the landing URL.

logoutTargetURLParamname=

# The parameter allow_debug determines whether debugging is permitted.

# Administrators should set allow_debug to "true" if servlet

# debugging is required, or to provide access to the Forms Trace Xlate utility.

# Otherwise these activities will not be allowed (for security reasons).

allow_debug=false

# Parameter which determines whether new Forms sessions are allowed.

# This is also read by the Forms EM Overview page to show the

# current Forms status.

allowNewConnections=true

# EndUserMonitoring

# EndUserMonitoringEnabled parameter

# Indicates whether EUM/Chronos integration is enabled

EndUserMonitoringEnabled=false

# EndUserMonitoringURL

# indicates where to record EUM/Chronos data

EndUserMonitoringURL=

# Config for javascript integration

applet_name=

enableJavascriptEvent=true

# Config variable that will indicate if heartbeat will

# be blocked when a javascript call is a blocking call.

# The default value if false, i.e heart beat will not be

# blocked for any javascript calls.

JavaScriptBlocksHeartBeat=false

# idleTimeout indicates how many seconds to wait

# before sending a message to the server indicating client-inactivity. Null

# or 0 means this functionality is disabled and there will be no client-idle

# notification.

idleTimeout=

#Setting separate_jvm=true is required for audio support

separate_jvm=false


# Example Named Configuration Section

# Example 1: configuration to run forms in a separate browser window with

# "generic" look and feel (include "config=sepwin" in the URL)

# You may define your own specific, named configurations (sets of parameters)

# by adding special sections as illustrated in the following examples.

# Note that you need only specify the parameters you want to change. The

# default values (defined above) will be used for all other parameters.

# Use of a specific configuration can be requested by including the text

# "config=<your_config_name>" in the query string of the URL used to run

# a form. For example, to use the sepwin configuration, your could issue

# a URL like "http://myhost.example.com/forms/frmservlet?config=sepwin".

[sepwin]

separateFrame=True

lookandfeel=Generic


# Example Named Configuration Section

# Example 2: configuration running the Forms ListenerServlet in debug mode

# (debug messages will be written to the servlet engine's log file).

[debug]

serverURL=/forms/lservlet/debug


# Sample configuration for deploying WebUtil. Note that WebUtil is

# only installed with the Forms Builder and is also available for download

# from OTN.

[webutil]

WebUtilArchive=frmwebutil.jar,jacob.jar

WebUtilLogging=off

WebUtilLoggingDetail=normal

WebUtilErrorMode=Alert

WebUtilDispatchMonitorInterval=5

WebUtilTrustInternal=true

WebUtilMaxTransferSize=16384

baseHTML=webutilbase.htm

baseHTMLjpi=webutiljpi.htm

archive=frmall.jar

lookAndFeel=oracle



[jnlp]

basejnlp=base.jnlp

baseHTMLjpi=basejpi_jnlp.htm



[webutil_jnlp]

WebUtilLogging=off

WebUtilLoggingDetail=normal

WebUtilErrorMode=Alert

WebUtilDispatchMonitorInterval=5

WebUtilTrustInternal=true

WebUtilMaxTransferSize=16384

basejnlp=webutil.jnlp

baseHTMLjpi=basejpi_jnlp.htm

lookAndFeel=oracle



[webstart]

basejnlp=base.jnlp

webstart=enabled



[webutil_webstart]

WebUtilLogging=off

WebUtilLoggingDetail=normal

WebUtilErrorMode=Alert

WebUtilDispatchMonitorInterval=5

WebUtilTrustInternal=true

WebUtilMaxTransferSize=16384

basejnlp=webutil.jnlp

webstart=enabled



[standaloneapp]

# Note: baseSAAfile must end with .txt

baseSAAfile=basesaa.txt

# fsalcheck parameter specifies whether to perform checksum comparison

# of Forms stand-alone app launcher or not. When it is enabled, it triggers

# the comparison at server. The checksum of FSAL at client machine will be

# compared with the checksum of FSAL archived at the server repository.

fsalcheck=true



[webutil_standaloneapp]

# Note: baseSAAfile must end with .txt

WebUtilArchive=frmwebutil.jar,jacob.jar

WebUtilLogging=off

WebUtilLoggingDetail=normal

WebUtilErrorMode=Alert

WebUtilDispatchMonitorInterval=5

WebUtilTrustInternal=true

WebUtilMaxTransferSize=16384

baseSAAfile=webutilsaa.txt

fsalcheck=true






this my classpath in env

CLASSPATH=/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/jlib/frmbipc.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/forms/j2ee/frmsrv.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/forms/provision/frmconfig.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/jlib/ldapjclnt11.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/jlib/debugger.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/oracle_common/jlib/ewt3.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/oracle_common/modules/oracle.bali.share/share.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/jlib/utj.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/jlib/zrclient.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/reports/jlib/rwrun.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/forms/java/frmwebutil.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/oracle_common/modules/oracle.jps/jps-manifest.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/oracle_common/modules/oracle.dms/dms.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/oracle_common/modules/oracle.odl/ojdl.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/oracle_common/modules/javax.management.j2ee.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/forms/java/jacob.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/forms/java/frmall.jar:/u01/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_Home/oracle_common/jdk/jre/lib/rt.jar


this my webutil cfg

# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

# webutil.cfg - WebUtil default configuration file

# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

# This file provides all of the configuration settings for webutil. These are

# divided into the following sections:

# 1. Logging Options

# 2. Installation Options

# 3. File Upload and Download Options



# 1. Server Side Logging Options for logging errors and log messages

# You must set logging.enabled to true to allow mid-tier logging. Without this

# mid-tier logging will not take place no matter what PL/SQL or URL options

# are supplied to switch it on. Once logging is enabled the other settings come

# into play.

#

# Details

# -------

# logging.file    : Defines the file name and location of the log file.

#            Note that WebUtil does no log file management. You may

#            need to manually clean this file up from time to time.

# logging.enabled  : Can be TRUE or FALSE

# logging.errorsonly : Can be TRUE or FALSE. Setting to true will ensure that

#            only errors and not normal informational log messages

#            are written to the log file. For product use this would

#            normally be set to TRUE

# logging.connections: Can be TRUE or FALSE. Setting to true will cause each

#            connection from a client using WebUtil to write into

#            the log as it sets up.


logging.file=

logging.enabled=FALSE

logging.errorsonly=FALSE

logging.connections=FALSE



# 2. Installation Options

# WebUtil needs to download some files to the client in order to perform

# certain integration operations such as OLE or Registry Access. These files

# are downloaded to the client when webutil is being run for the first time.

# Subsequent runs will use the cached dll. You have to define the location of

# these files on the server and the location on the client.

#

# Here is a table that shows various numeric constants and their meanings. They

# are used in the install options configurations. These constants are defined

# in WEBUTIL_CORE package spec. Note that the Client OS Processor Architecture

# is typically the architecture of the JVM that will be running on the client,

# not necessarily same as the actual client OS architecture.

# <os> -  Client OS Family     <arch> -  Client OS Processor Architecture

# 0  -  Windows           0  -  32 bit architecture

# 1  -  Linux            1  -  64 bit architecture

# 2  -  SOLARIS

# 3  -  HP

# 4  -  AIX

# 5  -  Mac

# 9  -  Unknown

#

# <package> -  Package Name

#   7  -  WEBUTIL_OLE2

#   9  -  WEBUTIL_C_API

# We don't yet have downloads for other packages. If there is a need, refer

# WEBUTIL_CORE package spec for the constants of other packages

#

# Details

# -------

# NOTE: For all settings <arch> field is optional. Without this field, the

#  setting will be applicable for both 32 bit and 64 bit client OS (JVM)

#  architectures.

#

# install.syslib.location.<os>.<arch> :

#  The virtual path to the directory holding the webutil library files on the

#  server side. This must either be an absolute URL or a URL that is relative

#  to the documentbase.

#  NOTE: <os> field is optional for this setting. In the absence of a setting

#  that has the matching client OS and ARCH, it will use

#  install.syslib.location. <arch> cannot be specified if <os> is omitted.

#

# install.syslib.location.client.<os>.<arch> :

#  The path to the directory on the client machine where webutil library

#  files will be downloaded. This must either be an absolute path or a path

#  that is relative to client user profile or HOME. Directory will be created

#  if necessary along with other required parent directories. If the path is

#  not set, it will be treated as a special case where libraries will be

#  downloaded to client JRE\bin (windows) or JRE/lib (unix). If this

#  directory is changed, all the libraries will be redownloaded again.

#

#  Please keep in mind that other Forms server could also have a similar

#  location setting and thus libraries could be overwritten when the same

#  client runs webutil from different forms server. It is therefore

#  advisable that the location has a subdirectory that can be unique to your

#  server, such as server host name. You could use $(SERVERHOST) in the

#  location. This string will be replaced with the actual server host name

#

# install.syslib.<os>.<arch>.<package>.<n> :

#  The name(s) of the libraries required for particular webutil beans. The

#  format of this is name|size|version|showDownloadDialog. Multiple libraries

#  can be downloaded per package. But ensure that the <n> values are

#  consecutive and start at 1 for a given os, arch and package set.


install.syslib.location=/webutil

install.syslib.location.0.0=/webutil/win32

install.syslib.location.0.1=/webutil/win64


# Add/change the following if you want to specify a different client location

# where the syslib libraries can be downloaded.

# Format:

# install.syslib.location.client.<os>.<arch>=<location>

install.syslib.location.client.0.0=webutil\syslib\$(SERVERHOST)\win32

install.syslib.location.client.0.1=webutil\syslib\$(SERVERHOST)\win64


# Change size and version if necessary, like when upgrading the library.

# Normally this would not be required since most of these libraries come with

# install itself. Jacob however does not come with install

# Format:

# install.syslib.<os>.<arch>.<package>.<n>=name|size|version|showDownloadDialog

#install.syslib.0.0.7.1=jacob-1.18-M2-x86.dll|167424|1.18-M2|true

#install.syslib.0.1.7.1=jacob-1.18-M2-x64.dll|204800|1.18-M2|true

#install.syslib.0.0.9.1=JNIsharedstubs.dll|45056|1.0|true

#install.syslib.0.1.9.1=JNIsharedstubs.dll|58368|1.0|true

#install.syslib.0.0.9.2=d2kwut60.dll|81920|1.0|true

#install.syslib.0.1.9.2=d2kwut60.dll|102400|1.0|true


# You can also add your own libraries in here, e.g.

#install.syslib.0.0.user.1=testwebutil.dll|204872|1.0|true

#install.syslib.0.0.user.1=ffisamp.dll|40960|1.0|true

#install.syslib.0.1.user.1=ffisamp.dll|35328|1.0|true



# 3. Upload / Download options

# For the file upload and download options you can define the default locations

# on the server that webutil can use as a work area. Optionally you can switch

# upload and download off

#

# Details

# -------

# transfer.database.enabled  : Can be TRUE or FALSE - allows you to enable or

#                disable upload and download from the database

#                server.

# transfer.appsrv.enabled   : Can be TRUE or FALSE - allows you to enable or 

#                disable upload and download from the

#                application server.

# transfer.appsrv.workAreaRoot: The root of the location in which WebUtil can

#                store temporary files uploaded from the client.

#                If no location is specified, application server

#                user_home/temp will be assumed.

#                This location is always readable and writable

#                no matter what the settings in

#                transfer.appsrv.* are. This setting is

#                required if you need the Client side

#                READ/WRITE_IMAGE_FILE procedures.

# transfer.appsrv.accessControl:Can be TRUE or FALSE - allows you to indicate

#                that uploads and downloads can only occur from

#                the directories named in the

#                transfer.appsrv.read.n and

#                transfer.appsrv.write.n entries and their

#                subdirectories. If this setting is FALSE,

#                transfers can happen anywhere.

# transfer.appsrv.read.<n>:   List of directory names that downloads can read

#                from.

# transfer.appsrv.write.<n>:  List of directory names that uploads can write

#                to.


#NOTE: By default the file transfer is disabled as a security measure

transfer.database.enabled=TRUE

transfer.appsrv.enabled=TRUE

transfer.appsrv.workAreaRoot=

transfer.appsrv.accessControl=TRUE

#List transfer.appsrv.read.<n> directories

transfer.appsrv.read.1=/u01

#List transfer.appsrv.write.<n> directories

transfer.appsrv.write.1=/u01


# 4. Others

# Details

# -------

# BlockAllowHeartBeat   : To continue the heart beat communication with the

#              server when set to TRUE. By default the value is

#              set to False. When False there would not be heart 

#              beat communication in blocking mode.


BlockAllowHeartBeat=False

Best Answer

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

    This suggests your custom configuration (ALPHA_Aunt_Webutil) is missing a relevant setting. The best way to avoid this from happening is to use the "Create Like" tool in Fusion Middleware Control. With this tool you can select a working configuration like "webutil" then copy it and customize the copy as you desire.


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