Start options in Oracle Forms 12c

The simplest, the most effective to start your Forms based application without a browser.

daniel4pitss

So I’ve read quite a lot of blog entries and news regarding Oracle Forms 12c in the last weeks since the release. It is nice to hear and see that Oracle Forms still is not dead.
The release brought some nice features with it. Today I would like to have a look at the different start options, that are now available.

Embedded Java applet

The standard start in the last couple of years. So its still possible to call your form application through the Java plugin embedded in html. Just create a new section in the formsweb.cfg. The parameters for the standard behaviour are:

baseHTML=webutilbase.htm
baseHTMLjpi=webutiljpi.htm

Unbenannt

There is also an option to embed JNLP in html:

basejnlp=base.jnlp
baseHTMLjpi=basejpi_jnlp.htm

Both options require a Java Plugin and a browser.

Java Webstart

This method of starting a Formsapplication is not new. But whats new is the fact that Oracle now supports this option…

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