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Icons not appearing in 10g forms after webutil configuration on OAS [message #546142] Mon, 05 March 2012 08:08 Go to next message
millsoft
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Location: karachi
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I want to open word document on client machine and to do this I have configured webutil and Its working fine. before configure the webutil icons are appearing on forms and after webutil icons are disappeared I have found that when I comment
baseHTMLjinitiator=webutiljpi.htm icons appears but word document not open and the following error shows

oracle.forms.webutil.ole. Ole functions beans not found
CLIENT_OLE2.Create_Obj will not work.

Kindly help me to resolve this issue.
Re: Icons not appearing in 10g forms after webutil configuration on OAS [message #546162 is a reply to message #546142] Mon, 05 March 2012 08:53 Go to previous messageGo to next message
owais_baba
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http://www.baigzeeshan.com/2010/01/open-file-dailog-box-example-using.html


First u install only oracle Development suit oracle cd 1 , 2After installing1.
Start ocj4.
2. =====================================
ICONS SETTINGS
3.=====================================

DEV_SUITE\forms\java\oracle\forms\registry\registry.dat
default.icons.iconpath=file:///C:\\icons(Not applicable for Application Server)
To show icons at design time go my computer properties go to tab advance andadd environment variable at system variables

UI_ICON=C:\icons (Applicable for DEV_SUITE Only)UI_ICON_EXTENSION =gif(case sensitive) (Applicable for DEV_SUITE Only)

Make an entry in

DEV_SUITE\forms\server\forms.conf
# Virtual path for ICONS (used to show icons in a form) AliasMatch ^/forms/icons/(..*) "C:\icons/$1"

Open Command PromptSet path=DEV_SUITE\jdk\bin;
command for jar file at dos prompt
go to c:\icons\
give this command to create jar icons file.
jar cvf icons.jar *.gif
where icons is name of folder

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[Updated on: Mon, 05 March 2012 08:54]

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Re: Icons not appearing in 10g forms after webutil configuration on OAS [message #546193 is a reply to message #546162] Mon, 05 March 2012 12:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
millsoft
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Registered: March 2009
Location: karachi
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I am using AS. My problem is that Icons are not appearing and before configuration of Webutil icons were appearing.if I comment "baseHTMLjinitiator=webutiljpi.htm" in my formsweb.cfg file. Icons appears but webutil returns error.

Re: Icons not appearing in 10g forms after webutil configuration on OAS [message #546197 is a reply to message #546193] Mon, 05 March 2012 12:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
owais_baba
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Icon Settings (To get icons from jar files) (Applicable for Application Server)

Forms applet parameter
imageBase=codebase

To close the Window of explorer(Applicable for Application Server)
     Close.html text
 <html>
     <head><script language="javascript">
  function closeit()
          {win = top;
          win.opener = top;
          win.close ();
          }</script>
  </head>
          <body onload="closeit()">
  close window
  </body>
  </html>


To close explorer window put the close.html file into this location

DEV_SUITE\tools\web\html

Then at form level create a post-form trigger and edit the trigger with this command

Web.Show_Document('/forms/html/close.html','_self');

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Standard Fonts and Icons File
This section describes the file used to configure font and icon settings for Oracle Application Server Forms Services.

Registry.dat
Location: forms/java/oracle/forms/registry

This file allows you to change the default font, font mappings, and icons that Forms Services uses.





hope this will work for u



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Re: Icons not appearing in 10g forms after webutil configuration on OAS [message #546201 is a reply to message #546197] Mon, 05 March 2012 13:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
owais_baba
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u need to know also these things

Registry.dat


The main reason you would want to edit this file is to change the icon settings (see Deploying Application Icons). You can also change the default font and font settings by changing the following section in the Registry.dat file:
default.fontMap.defaultFontname=Dialog
default.fontMap.defaultSize=900
default.fontMap.defaultStyle=PLAIN
default.fontMap.defaultWeight=PLAIN


Change any of the settings above to reflect your desired font setting. For example, if you want to change your default font to Times New Roman, replace Dialog with Times New Roman.

You can change the default font face mappings:

default.fontMap.appFontnames=Courier New,Courier,
courier,System,Terminal,Fixed,Fixedsys,Times,Times New Roman,
MS Sans Serif,Arial
default.fontMap.javaFontnames=MonoSpaced,MonoSpaced,MonoSpaced,Dialog,
MonoSpaced,Dialog,Dialog,Serif,Serif,Dialog,SansSerif




Some fonts on Windows are not supported in Java. For this reason you can specify (map) Java-supported fonts that will appear when a non-supported font is encountered. In the previous sample, each font in default.fontMap.appFontnames corresponds to a font in default.fontMap.javaFontnames. For more samples, see Default Registry.dat

Default Registry.dat

# This is the Registry file.
#
# This file contains the logical [Java] Class name and an associated
# [numerical] identifier that will be used to refer to objects of the
# class in order to reduce the amount of information that needs to be
# repeatedly transmitted to the client.
#
# This file is of the Form understood by java.util.Properties (for now)
#
# The System Level sound file is relative to the CODEBASE
#
#
oracle.classById.1=oracle.forms.engine.Runform
oracle.classById.4=oracle.forms.handler.FormWindow
oracle.classById.5=oracle.forms.handler.AlertDialog
oracle.classById.6=oracle.forms.handler.DisplayList
oracle.classById.7=oracle.forms.handler.LogonDialog
oracle.classById.8=oracle.forms.handler.DisplayErrorDialog
oracle.classById.9=oracle.forms.handler.ListValuesDialog
oracle.classById.10=oracle.forms.handler.EditorDialog
oracle.classById.11=oracle.forms.handler.HelpDialog
oracle.classById.12=oracle.forms.handler.FormStatusBar
oracle.classById.13=oracle.forms.handler.MenuInfo
# oracle.classById.14=UNUSED
oracle.classById.15=oracle.forms.handler.ApplicationTimer
oracle.classById.16=oracle.forms.handler.MenuParametersDialog
oracle.classById.17=oracle.forms.handler.PromptListItem
oracle.classById.18=oracle.forms.handler.CancelQueryDialog
oracle.classById.257=oracle.forms.handler.TextFieldItem
oracle.classById.258=oracle.forms.handler.TextAreaItem
oracle.classById.259=oracle.forms.handler.FormCanvas
oracle.classById.261=oracle.forms.handler.ButtonItem
oracle.classById.262=oracle.forms.handler.CheckboxItem
oracle.classById.263=oracle.forms.handler.PopListItem
oracle.classById.264=oracle.forms.handler.TListItem
oracle.classById.265=oracle.forms.handler.CfmVBX
oracle.classById.266=oracle.forms.handler.CfmOLE
oracle.classById.267=oracle.forms.handler.RadioButtonItem
oracle.classById.268=oracle.forms.handler.ImageItem
oracle.classById.269=oracle.forms.handler.IconicButtonItem
oracle.classById.270=oracle.forms.handler.BlockScroller
oracle.classById.271=oracle.forms.handler.JavaContainer
oracle.classById.272=oracle.forms.handler.TabControl
oracle.classById.273=oracle.forms.handler.ComboBoxItem
oracle.classById.274=oracle.forms.handler.TreeItem
oracle.classById.281=oracle.forms.handler.PopupHelpItem


#
# Defaults for the Font details, all names are Java Font names. Each of
# these parameters represents the default property to use when none is
# specified.
#
# defaultFontname represents the default Java fontName.
# defaultSize represents the default fontSize. Note that the size is
# multiplied by 100 (e.g. a 10pt font has a size of 1000).
# defaultStyle represents the default fontStyle, PLAIN or ITALIC.
# defaultWeight represents the default fontWeight, PLAIN or BOLD.
#
default.fontMap.defaultFontname=Dialog
default.fontMap.defaultSize=900
default.fontMap.defaultStyle=PLAIN
default.fontMap.defaultWeight=PLAIN

#
# Default Font Face mapping.
#
# appFontname represents a comma delimited list of Application Font Names.
# javaFontname represents a comma delimited list of Java Font Names.
#
# The number of entries in the appFontname list should match the number in
# the javaFontname list. The elements of the list are comma separated and
# *all* characters are taken literally, leading and trailing spaces are
# stripped from Face names.
#
# Note that this file uses the Java 1.1 Font names in order to be able to
# handle the NLS Plane (BUG #431051)
#
default.fontMap.appFontnames=Courier
 New,Courier,courier,System,Terminal,Fixed,Fixedsys,Times,Times New Roman,MS Sans
 Serif,Arial
default.fontMap.javaFontnames=MonoSpaced,MonoSpaced,MonoSpaced,Dialog,MonoSpaced,
Dialog,Dialog,Serif,Serif,Dialog,SansSerif


#
# The Application Level icon files are relative to the

DOCUMENTBASE


# example: icons/
# or an absolute URL.
# example: http://www.forms.net/~luser/d2k_project/
#
default.icons.iconpath=
default.icons.iconextension=gif
#
# Application level settings to control UI features
#
app.ui.lovButtons=false
app.ui.requiredFieldVA=false
#    The background color is specified as an RGB triple.
app.ui.requiredFieldVABGColor=255,0,0



Cool



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Re: Icons not appearing in 10g forms after webutil configuration on OAS [message #546246 is a reply to message #546201] Mon, 05 March 2012 23:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
millsoft
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ONLY ICONS ARE NOT APPEARING. EVERY THING IS OK EXCEPT ICONS. please CONCENTRATE ON THAT
Re: Icons not appearing in 10g forms after webutil configuration on OAS [message #558923 is a reply to message #546246] Wed, 27 June 2012 06:43 Go to previous message
linlasj
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Hi,
I have the same issue in Oracle 11g. Any solutions given or found?
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