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I am a client trying to access OIAS using WindowsXP/Internet Explorer6 and receive a FRM-92102 "A network error has occured. The forms client has attempted to establish its connection to the server 1 times without success."  This error does not occure when using WindowsXP/Netscape 7.0 and I can access the server.  I am using JInitiator 1.3.1.17.  The object tag specifies clsid:CAFECAFE-0013-0001-0017-ABCDEFABCDEF. Any suggestions on how to access my forms using IE6?
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by:Helena Marková
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What version of Forms do you use ?
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We are using Forms 10g
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It may be a problem with SSO - this is from Metalink (note 256174.1):

4. OracleAS 10g Forms Services gives error FRM-92102 when attempting to create the resource access information / descriptor dynamically.

The Forms Services application is unable to create a session after Oracle Delegated Administration Services created the resource. Access the same form again from a different browser, the resource now exists (the Oracle Delegated Administration Services component does not have to create it dynamically again), and forms will run successfully.

This problem only occurs when:

    * A 10g (9.0.4) Business Intelligence and Forms middle tier and a Oracle 9iAS Rel 2 (9.0.2) infrastructure are running on the same machine.
    * The end user is accessing the application via MS Internet Explorer.

To avoid the error:

install the OracleAS 10g and Oracle 9iAS Rel 2 instances on different machines,
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use Netscape instead of Internet Explorer to access the form
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ensure that the resource access information / descriptor for the Single Sign-On account already exists.

Reference:
Oracle® Application Server 10g Installation Guide 10g (9.0.4)
3.2.3 OracleAS Forms Services Gives Error FRM-92102
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