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Do other user on NT get it to work ok?
If you are running the SAME application on the SAME app server and the SAME JVM/Browser and the SAME workstations (i.e.NT) are also working and its only this user then I would suggest looking the proxy settings.
This error could indicate that the security on the PC is set in such as way as its throwing this up...
Check that first.
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Really I have the same problem, did you find the solution for it.
Waiting your answer
Thanks in advance.
Any one got a solution for this error
I am also experiencing the same problem, Help required urgently!
I found a simple solution for this problem, but i don't know the real reason for that.
Simply if you have any internet connection, Remove it. and everything will running smooth with you.
Do it, and inform me if it's work with you or not.
I am accessing my forms application using web/internet, so I cant really disable internet connection. r u using application on intranet on your local lan.
Yes, I'm using LAN to access my forms.
I am also getting the same error. Was working perfectly two weeks back then suddenly - the error message!!
I am on LAN. Can I add a trace path or debug to the browser or something?
I am running Windows XP with Developer 10g (188.8.131.52.19) and IE 6.0 and have this same problem. I am trying to run the form locally from Forms Builder to test the form. The file exists in the same location as the error tells me is does not. Even the case is the same.
I am trying to run Developer 10g locally on windows 2000 professsional. I am getting the error registry.dat file missing when its existing int the exact path. kindly help
Our users were experiencing this problem. It was related to the proxy exception list that our web browsers were using.
In IE6, Tools > Internet Options > Connections > LAN Settings > Advanced (Proxy Server Settings) > Exceptions (bottom of screen).
Ensure that these are set correctly, the browser may be trying to look out on the internet for the URL your web deployed application is running on, as it is not in your proxy exception list.
I'd be interested in knowing if this resolves the issue for you, it's worked for us.
For those who aren't familiar with the proxy exception setting, you can put wildcards into this exception list:
add to this the application server that your client is trying to access and it should resolve the issue.
i'd like to know how can i solve this
please help me.
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Are you having these issues on ALL clients using web-deployed forms?
Running a windows or unix server?