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Forms Standalone Launcher (FSAL) FAQ (Doc ID 2645894.1)

Last updated on MAY 08, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Forms - Version 12.2.1.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

 To provide support engineers key point about FSAL

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 1. What is the architecture of the Forms Standalone Launcher (FSAL)? Is it an applet?
 2. What versions of the JRE/JDK does FSAL require?
 3. How do I run/use FSAL?
 4. How do Java Console settings relate to FSAL?
 5. Can the frmsal.jar downloaded from one Forms server be used to run against a different Forms server?
 6. Since FSAL does not run in a browser can one still use it with Single Sign On (SSO)?
 7. Can FSAL be used with a Load Balancer?
 8. How is SSL configured with FSAL?
 9. How does jar file caching work with FSAL?
 10. How can one set debugging for FSAL since the Java Console cannot be used?
 11. Is it possible to start FSAL from a web page hyperlink?
 12. FSAL and JavaScript
 13. Are url redirects or rewrites supported with FSAL?
 14. How to I run FSAL behind a proxy server?
 15. Will web.show_document() work with FSAL?
 16. What are key configuration files associated with FSAL?
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