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run the forms on mozila firefox there is a blank screen is appear & install missing pluging display on the top. so i ask you which plugin are used to run the oracle forms.....

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Dear Sir/madam,

       OS: windows xp service pack 2.
        Internet browser: Mozilla Firefox 4.0.
       Database: Oracle 10g 10.2.0. & Oracle developer suite 10g.
       JInitiator 1.3.1.30. & jre-6u18-windows-i586

are used. When run the oracle forms on mozila firefox there is a blank screen is appear & below the address bar message is appear install mi ssing pluging.

   When click on install missing pluging. mozila is checking and message is appear No suitable plugin were found. And also 
     Unknown Plugin(text/html) Manul Install button display.
                                              
                               So what can i do to run forms on mozila firefox.....
Dear Sir/madam, OS: windows xp service pack 2. Internet browser: Mozilla Firefox 4.0. Database: Oracle 10g 10.2.0. & Oracle developer suite 10g. JInitiator 1.3.1.30. & jre-6u18-windows-i586 are used. When run the oracle forms on mozila firefox there is a blank screen is appear & below the address bar message is appear install mi ssing pluging. When click on install missing pluging. mozila is checking and message is appear No suitable plugin were found. And also Unknown Plugin(text/html) '''Manul Install''' button display. So what can i do to run forms on mozila firefox.....

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It would seem, at lest in my case to have been caused by a typo in the FRMWEB.CFG file. There are also indications that there may be a race condition ion play were Firefox is looking for the correct version of JRE and it is being installed but not in sufficient time to get picked up. That has yet to be confirmed. In my case, I got around the issue by correcting the typo. The other solution would be to manually install the correct version of JRE prior to launching FF. You can determine which version it is by looking at the FF page source code.