This is just a Design time error and you can ignore it.
try setting the full path to the added jar files (C:\ORACLE\forms11g\Middleware\Oracle_FRHome1\forms\java\ftpbean.jar;C:\ORACLE\forms11g\Middleware\Oracle_FRHome1\forms\java\simpleFTP.jar) in the FORMS_BUILDER_CLASSPATH under your Oracle Home in registry editor, then restart the Forms Builder and try to import the Java classes again. This should help the Forms Builder to see the new classes.
Ok, Francois, but I'm not able to run form, because I receive a java advertisement and I'm not able to check and to push "run" button...
I have also put at minimu the security level for java, but I'm not able to run the form.
Hi. I have added the two jar file in my formsweb.cfg section as follow:
Then I also added the complete path file in CLASSPATH variable under my default.env file as follow:
But if I run the form I still not able to put the check on in the java advertisement security message...
Could be the problem that the two jar files are probably not signed? And how can I sign them??
I think that error depends from the two jar files...
I tried to run another form that I have used last week and worked perfectly.
Now I receive error mentioned above.
So I remove ftpbean.jar,simpleFTP.jar from archive_jini and archive parameters into formsweb.cfg file and now this form works perfectly.
So I think I must sign the two jar files.
How can I sign them??