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when opening oracle forms from internet explore 8 , forms are not opening and showing " this tab has been recovered"
if use another new user profile on same computer it will work
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by:Kimputer
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For that user, do a full reset in Internet Explorer (restore to default, delete all files/history/cookies/etc)
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by:techp
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hello kimputer ,

  i tried , but no success
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John Hurst earned 200 total points
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if use another new user profile on same computer it will work

The problem user profile is damaged. Attempts to fix IE failed (no surprise in a damaged profile). So you should make a new user profile and delete the problem profile.
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by:techp
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hello john hurst,

    that is not the exact correct solution .
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by:John Hurst
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Sometimes you can fix a Windows profile by a full shutdown and restart. If that does not work, you need to replace the profile.
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by:techp
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it didnt work
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by:Wasim Akram Shaik
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Try downgrading the IE8 version IE7.

Forms6i is only compatible with IE6, Forms 10g is compatible with new versions, however due to vulnerabilities in those versions they may not be officially supported.

Stable Version is IE6 which can handle almost any older application.

How to degrade-> Go to Control Panel -> Programs -> Select Uninstall/Remove feature it will automatically degrade the IE8 to IE7
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by:Wasim Akram Shaik
Wasim Akram Shaik earned 100 total points
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Also, to mention Forms 6i are compatible only with Java 1.3(Very Old version of SDK),  if you have newer version then you might need to do some settings in your Jinitiator Control Panel, such as jvm.dll to be replaced with compatible version etc.,

few steps can be found online

http://notsomany.wordpress.com/2010/03/30/jinitiator-working-on-windows-7/
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by:techp
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hello wasim,

 it is working with new user profile , but not on existing profile
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by:nobus
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techp - can you tell us why another profile "is not the exact correct solution " ?

why?  what do you want to do?
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by:John Hurst
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it is working with new user profile , but not on existing profile

So you need to create a new profile to replace the problem profile. That is the answer here.
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by:techp
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hello  nobus and john hurst ,

   if a user works so many months with different applications on his user profile in domain , deleting his user profile and creating as like new , is the concept similar to format .  there should be some other fix for this
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by:John Hurst
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You can create a new profile, and all the applications stay intact. The normal work is to run each application in the new profile to all icons and associations to be set up. It takes a bit of time, but it works.

People visit bogus links and cause issues with their Windows Profile. It happens.
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by:techp
ID: 40426032
i changed to IE 9 , still same . But this issue happens only to IE . crome no problem , but crome is not supported for customized application . error  " this tab has been recovered" to solve by a fix .
creating another profile means to transfer documents , picture , favorites etc....
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by:nobus
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sure it takes time, but i think it's your best way out here, unless you want to do a fresh install + backup
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by:Kimputer
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If you copy the "defect" profile to some other location, you can still create a new profile, and copy back the things you're missing from the other applications (just don't copy back things related to windows/IE
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by:techp
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hello kimputer,

   i dont think , it is straight method , copy the profile to usb , then paste it after login again as new profile
   it may create temp profile
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by:Kimputer
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It's not meant to be copied back. Only small specific important parts from important apps that are missing info. If you copy everything back, you will copy the error back too.
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