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Jinitiator Error

Posted on 2004-09-22
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Hello,

I am trying to invoke my Forms/Reports application over the Web on my local Windows XP Pro (SP2) client computer.
Try the following invocation in Internet Explorer, this is what I get:

1) http://linux2005:7780/forms90/f90servlet?config=Jini&form=credit
(or config=Jinitiator). I get:
Jinitiator 1.3 Fatal Error
Attachment to a running virtual machine failed

2)http://linux2005:7780/forms90/f90servlet?config=ienative&form=credit
Loading Java Applet failed....
Applet Oracle.Forms.Engine.Main notinited

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1) What should I do to properly invoke my Forms/Reports over the Web on my Client Windows XP Pro (SP2) machines ?

PT



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Try:

[1] Delete your Jinitiator folder in ..Program Files\Oracle\
[2] Reboot your machine
[3] Open the website (it should automatically download and install jinitiator)

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by:ptreves
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Hello,

Looking under Oracle, I had 3 Jinitiator folders:

JIinitiator 1.3.1.9
JInitiator 1.3.1.13
JInitiator 1.3.1.18

I deleted them and rebooted.

PT
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by:ptreves
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Hello,

I did as you suggested.
I was able to invoke a form the first time on Windows XP Pro Client computer.
Afterthat, I either got a default Oracle Forms or just the gray screen I was getting earlier.

1) Why am I having difficulty calling up my forms ?
2) How can I resolve this ?

Your toughs ?

PT
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