First, Windows 8 is not a supported platform for installing Forms/Report 11.1.2
Second, if you are running a 64-bit platform then you need to install the 64-bit software. Also, before you perform any part of the installation, you will need to first install an appropriate JDK (64-bit if the OS is 64). So in short, I would recommend you read the installation instructions and certification guide before starting. Those documents can be access from here:
Generally speaking the installation process is simple. Here are the basic steps:
1. Know your operating system and machine. You must understand the OS with which you are working. Is it 64bit or 32, is it an Oracle certified platform for the software you want to install, does your machine have enough RAM installed, etc.....
2. Install JDK version 6. Be sure to use 64bit if your OS is 64 or 32 if your OS is 32. Do not use Java 7 for the installation
3. Ensure that your machine has a static IP address. If it does not, install and configure the Windows Loopback Adapter.
4. Install WLS 10.3.6
5. Install FMw Forms/Reports 18.104.22.168
Although the above steps seem simple, I recommend you review the documents I mentioned before starting any installation.
ok , could you please tell me Windows 8 is a supporting platform for installing Forms/Report which can work with oracle data base 12 c ?
this is first ;
could you read this please and tell me if this is right or not ?
thanks and regrdas
I don't understand your first question. You can use Forms/Reports 22.214.171.124 (the latest) with Oracle 12.1 database, but that has nothing to do with Windows 8. As for your second question, I don't understand where the question is? What do you mean "is it right or not"? It appears it is a blog explaining how to install Oracle software. I am not going to comment on whether or not installation instructions written outside of Oracle are correct or not. Use the Oracle provided documentation and the guidance I already provided. If you want to install on Windows 8 even though I mentioned it wasn't supported, then you need to have a working knowledge of the OS. If you understand how the OS works, then getting anything installed on it should be mostly simple.