‘5. Forms’

Forms: How to check the status

Command to check the forms status. oracle>ps -ef|grep $LOGNAME|grep f60 Sample Output: oracle 25991 9155 0 11:02:55 pts/1 0:00 grep f60 oracle 25974 1 0 11:02:49 pts/1 0:00 f60srvm em=bal0003sun001_10913_PRODDB port=10913 mode=socket exe=f60webmx oracle 25977 35974 1 11:02:49 pts/1 0:00 f60webmx webfile=5,0,bal0003sun001_10913_PRODDB

June 25, 2014 · Sanjay · No Comments
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Forms: Tuning

Tuning Forms using O.S. command and/or CONTEXT_FILE parameters. On the application server forms sessions run as ‘f60webmx’. These sessions can be listed using below command: $ps -ef | grep f60webmx | grep VIS During the top, sar or ps if you found f60webmx processes are consuming most the resources. It simply means forms server is […]

June 25, 2014 · Sanjay · No Comments
Posted in: 2. Admin and Maintenance, 5. Forms

Forms: Enabling Socket or Servlet mode

  Enabling Forms Socket Mode Steps to switch from Servlet to Socket mode: 1. Source the env. on the application tier. 2.Stop all the application tier services using adstpall.sh 3.Run the following command to enable Forms Socket Mode: $FND_TOP/bin/txkrun.pl -script=ChangeFormsMode \ [-contextfile=<CONTEXT_FILE>] \ -mode=socket \ [-port=<Forms port number>] \ -runautoconfig=<No or Yes> \ -appspass=<APPS password> […]

June 25, 2014 · Sanjay · No Comments
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Forms: Socket and Servlet advantages

Socket Mode Advantages Uses up to 40% less bandwidth than Forms servlet mode.  This may be perceived by WAN users as causing slower responsiveness, depending upon network latency. Uses fewer application-tier JVM resources than servlet mode, due to fewer TCP turns and lack of overhead associated with HTTP POST handling.   Servlet Mode Advantages HTTP […]

June 25, 2014 · Sanjay · No Comments
Posted in: 5. Forms