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FRM-92102

Hello,

Working with my WebForms on a Windows 98 SE client, suddenly, I got a FRM-92102 A network error has occured. The forms client has attempted to establish its connection to the server 1 times without success.

How can I correct for this error ?

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Helena Markováprogrammer-analystCommented:
Maybe this Note:197398.1 from Metalink will help you:

FRM-92102 While Running Forms in SSL Mode Outside The Firewall On Windows'95/98

Problem Description
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Running the forms application outside the firewall in SSL mode using Oracle Jinitiator 1.1.8.16 or earlier versions of Oracle Jinitiator on Windows'95/98, Gets an error FRM-92102

Error : FRM-92102: A network error has occurred.

The Forms Client has attempted to reestablish its connection to the Server

1 times(s) without success.

Please check the network connection and try again later.

Details..

Java Exception:

java.net.SocketException: connect

at java.net.PlainSocketImpl.doConnect(Compiled Code)

at java.net.PlainSocketImpl.connectToAddress(Compiled Code)

at java.net.PlainSocketImpl.connect(Compiled Code)

at java.net.Socket <init>(Commpiled Code)

at java.net.Socket <init>(Compiled Code)

at oracle.jinitiator.protocol.https.HttpsClient.tunnelThroughProxy(Compiled Code)

at oracle.jinitiator.protocol.https.HttpsClient.doConnect(Compiled Code)

at sun.net.www.http.HttpClient.openServer(Compiled Code)

at sun.net.www.http.HttpClient.openServer(Compiled Code)

at sun.net.www.http.HttpClient <init>(Compiled Code)

at sun.net.www.http.HttpClient <init>(Compiled Code)

at sun.plugin.protocol.http.HttpClient <init>(Compiled Code)

at oracle.jinitiator.protocol.https.HttpsClient <init>(Compiled Code)

at oracle.jinitiator.protocol.https.HttpsClient.New(Compiled Code)

at sun.plugin.protocol.http.HttpURLConnection.connect(Compiled Code)

at sun.net.www.protocol.http.HttpURLConnection.getOutputStream(Compiled Code)

at oracle.forms.net.HTTPNStream.connect(Compiled Code)

at.oracle.forms.net.HTTPNStream.doflush(Compiled Code)

at oracle.forms.net.HTTPNStream.flush(Compiled Code)

at java.io.DataOutputStream.flush(Compiled Code)

at oracle.forms.net.StreamMessageWriter.run(Compiled Code)

We can run the application in SSL mode without an error inside the firewall on

Windows'95/98 PCs and outside the firewall on Windows'NT, Windows'2000 and

Windows'ME PCs.

The error occurs While deploying the application using either CGI or Forms Listener Servlet architecture using Oracle Jinitiator on Win'95/98.

Solution Description
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Run the application in SSL mode using either native JVM instead of Oracle Jinitiator or Oracle Jinititator 1.1.8.19.

Bug# 2281714 has been filed against Oracle Jinitiator on Windows'95/98 client PCs.

Oracle Jinitiator 1.1.8.19 has fix for this issue.

The fix for this bug will be there in the future releases of Oracle Jinitiator.

Explanation
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This is a microsoft bug on Windows'95 and Windows'98 in socket connection.
The issue is related to TCP/IP connections on Windows'95/98. Oracle has a fix for this in Jinitiator 1.1.8.19 to run forms application in SSL outside the firewall on Win'95/98.

Ref to Microsoft Bug # Q198663,

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q198663

Windows'95/98 are desupported OSs. Microsoft will not fix any bugs on Win98/95.

References
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BUG 2281714 - RUNNING FORMS APPLICATION IN SSL MODE ON WIN'95/98,GETS AN ERROR FRM-92102
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risaacs76Commented:
I work on a Service Desk and had the same issue from a caller. I found another solution; if there is a toolbar (ex. Google, Yahoo, etc.) installed, it may cause a conflict. Uninstalling the toolbar may solve this issue as well.
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