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oracle.forms.webutil.host.Host bean not found. [message #271470] Mon, 01 October 2007 13:31 Go to next message
sae1962
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Registered: June 2007
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Hi!

I am administering the Oracle servers for a project since June 2007. I had only little previous experience.

Till now, I installed a developer and a test environment on two host machines. Both run on "Windows Server 2003 R2". The machine hosting the "Oracle Application Server 10g Release 2" is called PCO199. It has one OAS for the developer and one for the test environment. Each OAS has it's own Oracle Identity Management (OIM). The OIM's have their own metadata repository databases.

The second machine, called PCO206, hosts currently three databases. Two are test database servers: Elba & ElbaTst. Elba contains the project information I had in June. They reflect the status from more than a year ago, and development continued since then. The second test database server is ElbaTst and has the project status (tables etc.) from end of August 2007. I will remove Elba soon. Also, there is ElbaDev for the developer environment.

The project is also called 'Elba'. It is a project implemented with Oracle Forms 10g R1. The servers at our customer are also Oracle 10g Release 1. My environment has Oracle 10g Release 2 (10.2.0.1.0).

I have installed also Webutil, using Oracle's famous webutil.pdf User's Guide for 10g Rel. 2. I can start the test form WU_TEST_106.FMX without any problems.

My problem:
To finish the project configuration, I have to open a form developed by our Oracle Forms developers, called IM_Template. This form opens with an error message that reads

Forms_________________________[]

oracle.forms.webutil.host.Host bean not found.

WEBUTIL_HOST.Execute will not work

______________________( OK )


This was the farthest point I reached in project 'Elba' trying to install the new environment. I have never worked with Oracle Forms, although I have 2-3 years development experience with Oracle (PL/SQL).

I made several tries according to a discussion (http://www.orafaq.com/forum/t/64386/0). They result in new error messages; I even could "modify" the system so that even the WU_TEST_106.FMX didn't run. But I could not get rid of this Host-bean-not-found error, although I continue and try.

Can you help me?

Thank you in advance!

Notice: ALTHOUGH I LIVE IN CENTRAL EUROPE (UTC + 2 = CEST), I work from 1730 to 2130. So, I work rather late. It's my second project.

Here is my original and my current formsweb.cfg files. To make it more concise, I removed all comments.
Original file, before I started to get rid of the Host-bean-not-found error:

The attachment contains TWO files:
+ formsweb_first_concise.cfg (Original file without comments)
+ formsweb_concise.cfg (Current cfg file without comments)
Re: oracle.forms.webutil.host.Host bean not found. [message #272413 is a reply to message #271470] Fri, 05 October 2007 00:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
djmartin
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Please confirm that you have moved your jinit_download_page from /forms/jinitiator/us/jinit_download.htm to /forms/jinit/us/jinit_download.htm

Also, confirm that you have moved your java files from '/forms/java' to '/forms/java/forms/java'

David

[Updated on: Fri, 05 October 2007 00:23]

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Re: oracle.forms.webutil.host.Host bean not found. [message #272951 is a reply to message #271470] Mon, 08 October 2007 06:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
sae1962
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Thank you for your help!

SOLUTION:
The reason for this strange message was that I used the URL

http://pco199.inf.beko.local:7778/forms/frmservlet?config=elba&form=IM_Template.fmx&userid=elba/elba@ElbaTst

instead of

http://pco199.inf.beko.local:7778/forms/frmservlet?config=webutil&form=IM_Template.fmx&userid=elba/elba@ElbaTst

The difference is the config part. I do not have a [elba] configuration in formsweb.cfg, but a [webutil] exists!

This problem is SOLVED! I consider it as CLOSED!
Re: oracle.forms.webutil.host.Host bean not found. [message #273101 is a reply to message #272951] Tue, 09 October 2007 02:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
djmartin
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Please still verify the names and paths that you have in your modified formsweb.cfg

David
Re: oracle.forms.webutil.host.Host bean not found. [message #361963 is a reply to message #273101] Fri, 28 November 2008 18:53 Go to previous messageGo to next message
tobi
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Hi I have decided try WEBUTIL to open excel from client.
I have installed the util as show in link:

http://www.oracle.com/technology/sample_code/products/forms/demo/9i/javabeans_pjc_samples/webutil/viewlet/WebUtil_Simple_viewlet_swf. html
(Thanks DjMartin)

My ORACLE_HOME is c:\Developer10g

I got the webutil.plx in c:\Developer10g\forms90\webutil_106 directory.

I have copied the webutil.plx into c:\Developer10g\forms90 too.

I have a form with the WEBUTIL integrated and a push buttom with:
BEGIN
sqlstr='C:\Archivos de programa\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\EXCEL.EXE C:\TMP\farof1.xls';
CLIENT_HOST(sqlstr);
END;

Compile is OK but when running the next message shows:

"oracle.forms.webutil.host.Host bean not found. WEBUTIL_HOST.Execute will not work"

Pleas Help me!

Re: oracle.forms.webutil.host.Host bean not found. [message #362367 is a reply to message #361963] Tue, 02 December 2008 01:01 Go to previous message
djmartin
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Search this forum for 'open excel' and see some of the other ways of opening a spreadsheet.

Specifically 'rundll32', as in:
Host and client_host and fileprotocolhandler
CLIENT_HOST('cmd /c rundll32 url.dll,FileProtocolHandler D:\ORACLE_FILES\SAMPLE.DOC'
http://www.orafaq.com/forum/m/351066/67467/?srch=fileprotocolhandler#msg_351066

David
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