Next, the URL you shared to "forms-demo.com" is configured for a form running in IE11 and not FSAL. So it's no surprise you are getting an error.
1. Launch4J http://launch4j.sourceforge.net/
Thanks for your response, i'm just curious about how things are done. But you have reason there are ways you shouldn't try.
The url is runing well with fsal.jar in command line.
Running forms in a panel of javaFX offer multiple advantages, and having webview panel surrounding forms panel in the scene is a good enhancement.
So can we expect this enhancement in the future releases.
You can easily do the reverse; run JavaFX within a Forms app as a Java Bean. Take a look at some of the work Friedhold Matz has done with JFX within Forms apps. He has posted many of his efforts on Twitter. https://twitter.com/FriedholdMatz
For Oracle Forms, we have no plans to do any extensive work with JFX within Forms. Because Oracle no longer controls JFX, its future is unclear. Further, we do not want Forms to be fully dependent on third party technology. We may offer limited features that use JFX (like audio support), but we would not likely do anything that would prevent the product from being usable without having a third party technology.
I understand your point of view, but this can be another way to launch forms like (applet,webstart,jnpl,fsal...). And not the main one(fsal). just adding the needed class and code snipet to integrate in javaFX application. with the risk that the technology change or disapear(it's no longer shocking)
Thanks for your share Mark