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Cannot display Oracle forms 10g applet in any browser

Posted on 2014-11-06
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Hi,
I am trying to run forms 10g (for the first time) installed on windows7 but all the browsers say  "a plugin is needed to display the content".
I have done the following so far:
1. enabled java in the java control panel
2. installed jinitiator by running  jinit.exe
3. Installed the latest version of java

Any idea where I may be going wrong?
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Now when I added "?config=jpi" to the url,
I got a popup message saying

The application is being downloaded from the site other
than the one specified by the security certificate.

-Downloading from "ocsp.verisign.com"
-Expecting "ocsp-ssl.ws.symantec.com"


On clicking on the "continue" button it says
"your security settings have blocked an application signed with an expired or not-yet-valid certificate from running.
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I re-installed the latest version of internet explorer and could eventually run Oracle forms on that. Not sure why it was not running earlier on IE though.
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