Java Versions Supported with Oracle Forms 12.2.1.4.0

As of August 2020, there are a few different versions of Java SE currently available for public use. Examples include Java SE 8, Java SE 11, and Java SE 14, the most current release available. Oracle is currently planning to release the next version of Java SE,...

How to Run Oracle Forms Using Forms Standalone Launcher

Earlier we reported that the NPAPI plugin embedded in web browsers to run Oracle Forms applications are not only out of support but also have been removed from web browsers such as Chrome and Firefox. More information on this may be found in our article here. Starting...

Advantages of Moving from Oracle Forms to APEX

Built on PL/SQL, Oracle Forms has been used by many companies and organizations over the years for performing day-to-day operations. Oracle Forms has transitioned from a client/server platform to a web-based platform deployed in Oracle WebLogic Server. With only...

Timeouts in Oracle Forms

By default, Oracle Forms is not configured to have sessions timeout after a session has been idle for a specific period of time. However, it can be possible to either configure timeouts in Oracle Forms or to have Forms sessions time out due to outside factors. In...
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