Apache Log4j Vulnerability with Oracle Forms and APEX

In recent days, a notification was sent out to the public stating that a zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228) had been discovered in Apache log4j versions up to 2.14.1 and even 2.15.0. What is happening is that the JNDI features used in any of the configurations or...

JNLP Window Closes Upon Launching Forms Application

Java Web Start (JWS) is one of the ways which end users are able to run their Oracle Forms 12c applications without being required to use Internet Explorer. JWS allows users to run Forms applications by downloading a JNLP file and then launching it which launches a...

Options for Running Java Web Start

Java Web Start (JWS) is a more secure way of running your Oracle Forms applications compared to the now deprecated plugin option. With JWS, you can launch your Oracle Forms application by downloading or running a JNLP file using Java Web Launcher. There are a couple...

Configuring Aliases in OHS 12c

Aliases allow you to use Oracle HTTP Server to access files stored on the server. These steps below can be run for configuring aliases in OHS 12c: 1. Log into EM using your WebLogic username and password. 2. Once logged into EM, expand the Target Navigation pane in...