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OVERVIEW
Pre-Patch 4 Architecture
Socket, HTTP, and HTTPS Connection Modes
INTRODUCING THE FORMS6I LISTENER SERVLET
What is the Forms Listener Servlet?
Why Should I Use the Forms Listener Servlet?
What is new in Forms6i Patch 10?
What was new in Forms6i Patch 9?
What was new in Forms6i Patch 8?
What was new in Forms6i Patch 7?
What was new in Forms6i Patch 6?
INSTALLING THE FORMS LISTENER SERVLET
BASIC CONFIGURATION
Getting Started
Example JServ.properties file for NT
Example JServ.properties file for Solaris
Step 2: Set the FormsServlet initialization parameter configFileName
Example from JServ zone.properties file
Example default.env file for NT
Example default.env file for Solaris
Step 6: Determine whether to run JServ in Auto-Start mode
Step 7: Use the Forms Servlet to start the application
ADVANCED CONFIGURATION
Setting Environment Variables for Specific Runtime Processes
Example
User-written baseHTML Files
Configuration Using Static HTML Pages
Example zone.properties file for NT
Configuring Session-Level Logging
AUTOMATIC BROWSER LANGUAGE DETECTION
Configuring Language Detection
Inheritance in the Configurations
How Language Detection Works
Multi-level Inheritance
Language-specific Configuration Steps
HANDLING LONG QUERIES
CONFIGURATION ENHANCEMENTS
Support envFile and workingDirectory parameters in formsweb.cfg
Alteration in the default formsweb.cfg file
FormsServlet baseHTM initialization parameters no longer required
END-USER (WEB BROWSER) REQUIREMENTS
USING HTTPS WITH THE FORMS LISTENER SERVLET
Server Requirements
Client requirements
Using HTTPS with Internet Explorer and native JVM
Using HTTPS with Oracle JInitiator
TROUBLESHOOTING
Ensure the Listener Servlet and native methods library is available
Try to run the test form using the servlet
Debug and performance tracing
PERFORMANCE/SCALABILITY TUNING
Limit the number of HTTPD processes
Set the maxClient directive to a High value
Disable JServ logging
Disable the JServ auto-reload
Run the HTTP listener and JServ engine(s) on different machines
LOAD BALANCING JSERV
Case 1: Two JServ engines on the same host as Apache web listener
Step 1: Configure the JServ engines
Step 2: Modify the jserv.conf file to distribute the load
Step 3: Create start and stop scripts
Case 2: Two JServ engines on a host other than Apache web listener
Step 3 : On Solaris, load the Apache JServ communication module
Step 4 : Start the JServ engines in the JServ hosts
NOTES REGARDING PORTS
EXAMPLE SYSTEM ARCHITECTURES USING AUTHENTICATION
Listener Servlet Using a Reverse Proxy (cookie-based authentication)
Listener Servlet Using a Netscape Proxy Server
Listener Servlet Using a Microsoft Proxy Server
HIDE USER/PASSWORD
ENHANCED SINGLE SIGN-ON (SSO) SUPPORT
To use enhanced single sign-on support:
TIME ZONE SUPPORT
About DATETIME Items
About Automatic Conversion of DATETIME Items
ADJUST_TZ Built-in
FORMS60_TZFILE
FORMS60_DATETIME_LOCAL_TZ
FORMS60_DATETIME_SERVER_TZ
Datetime Local TZ Property
Datetime Server TZ Property
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