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Health Check Alert: Consider setting HeartBeat smaller than FORMS_TIMEOUT (Doc ID 1095589.1)

Last updated on MAY 08, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Forms - Version 10.1.2.0.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Information in this document applies to AIX 4.3 Based Systems (64-bit),.
Health Check Category:
Configure
Severity Level:
Warning


Purpose


This document provides a quick reference explaining the following Health Check Alert:



Scope

This article is intended for Forms administrators


Health Check 11089: Consider setting HeartBeat smaller than FORMS_TIMEOUT



IMPORTANT


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Description


Ensures that HeartBeat is not set to a value greater than FORMS_TIMEOUT.



Risk


Error FRM-92101 can occur in inactive Forms sessions when HeartBeat is set greater than FORMS_TIMEOUT.



Recommendation


HeartBeat is recommended to be at least 2 beats smaller than FORMS_TIMEOUT. See Document 549735.1: Description List For Parameters Affect Timeout In Webforms (Case 1).



References

<Document 549735.1> Description List For Parameters Affect Timeout In Webforms (Case 1)

Keywords


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Purpose

 This document provides a quick reference explaining the following Health Check Alert:

Scope

 This article is intended for Forms administrators.

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