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Login Error

Sudeshna Newbie
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Hi,
I have installed Oracle Application Server 10g Release 2 on windows server 2003.
After installing, Status of All Application server related components are started in services.msc.
But when I logs on at application server control console its showing a log on screen.
Username : ias_admin
Password: defined during installation.
After attempting 3 times,the webpage is showing 401 unauthorized.
Plz help.
  • 1. Re: Login Error
    susmit roy Newbie
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    Hi,Sudeshna

    Incase you forgot the ias_admin password please follow this document to reset it:-http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B14099_19/core.1012/b13995/trouble_asc.htm#BCEDHFEI
  • 2. Re: Login Error
    Sudeshna Newbie
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    hello,thanks for your support.Log in error problem solved.
    But another problem is that my application server 10g by default is taking the reference of local database.
    when I am running any form it is not taking my database username & password which is running on another machine.
    How can I connect my oracle application server 10g with oracle database 10g which is running on a separate machine?
    plz suggest .Thanks in advance.
  • 3. Re: Login Error
    Fabian Pro
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    Hi Sudeshna,

    Make the Database connection Entry in $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin/tnsnames.ora
    ORACLE HOME is the Business Intelligence Oracle Home on which forms and reports are working..

    1) Now Edit the parameter FORMS_PATH under default.env
    FORMS_PATH is the path where you have stored all your fmx and fmb's
    Location of Default.env =$ORACLE_HOME/forms/server

    2.Do below entry inside formsweb.cfg like :

    [xyz]
    form= your_login_form.fmx (Your Application's Starting Login fmx)
    user=userid/password@DB

    Now access your application as below

    http://ip address:7778/forms/frmservlet?config=xyz


    The below Oracle document will consist the same explanation in much detailed manner

    http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B14099_19/web.1012/b14032/basics.htm#i1004293

    Regards
    Fabian

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