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What is your OS and Jinitiator/JRE version.
Is it crashing for both jinit and JRE?
OS is XP and JRE is 6.0.130
This also seems to be a Microsoft issue with IE8. A lot of people out there are suggesting to uninstall/reinstall IE8.
You can try that aswell.
Indeed I 've tried to uninstall IE8 and work on IE6, then I tried to install another version of JInitiator 22.214.171.124 then 126.96.36.199, after that I installed JRE 7 but in vain.
My IE still craches wheneve I run a form.
I'm using Windows XP SP3.
try to clear all Jnit/JRe cache from
C:\Documents and Settings\user\Application Data and oracle Jar cache. and clear C:\program files\Oracle
and try again ..
Did you try uninstalling all the Jinit/JRe and re-installing
First, and most importantly, Forms 904 is not at all supported to be used with IE8 and/or Sun 1.6. Even in a good environment this will likely have problems. However, if you insist on continuing with this take a look at the steps I provided in the followiing post:
10g forms close automatically after run.
Here is the list of certified browser and java runtime environments. Be aware that Forms 904 has been desupported for some time so the browsers and JREs will be old.
After a lot of useless "uninstall and install", I'm using Netscape as default web browser and it works fine.
When I open a form under Netscape, it shows "Additional plugins are required to display all the media on this page"
Where i get it ?.
Please help me
Which plug-in you will need depends on your configuration in formsweb.cfg. You can also determine which version is needed by viewing the html source code ( View - Page Source ) from the failed browser session. Within the html you will see references to the JRE (JPI) version needed. Assuming you are configured to use the Sun plug-in, you will need to obtain it from them (Sun).
If you are using Oracle Jinitiator, the version certified with the Forms version you are using can be found on the server in the Oracle Home\jinit directory. Newer versions can be downloaded from OTN and Metalink. Be aware that not all versions are provided on OTN, however all versions can be found under Patches on Metalink.
Uninstall JInitiator and install it again.
Thanx Michael & S.Nayef
I will try
If you are still getting the DEP issues with jInitiator combined with IE8 and WinXP SP3, try the following. Fixed it for me right away. It essentually turns DEP off in IE 8. See Microsoft page on DEP, IE8, WinXP SP3: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd371730(VS.85).aspx
1. Open Internet Explorer 8
2. Go to Tools, Internet Options
3. Click on the Advanced tab.
4. Scroll down into the Security section and find “Enable memory protection to help mitigate online attacks”.
5. Uncheck “Enable memory protection to help mitigate online attacks”.
6. Click Ok and Ok again.
7. Reboot your computer.
This worked for me, 1st time