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Running several playfiles in parallel to same Oracle Form

 
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ansodeik



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PostPosted: Tue Nov 23, 2010 3:36 pm    Post subject: Running several playfiles in parallel to same Oracle Form Reply with quote

Hey all, I hope anybody will have an idea - what is going wrong in my issue. It worked in the past without any issue.

We use Dataload Professional 5.2.0.0 - to make mass changes or uploads in our Oracle E-business Suite 11.5.10.2

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I used always my play login for the playback

For the second and further playbacks I accessed Oracle with the rec login and changed in the form applet window the URL - than refresh and it worked.

login Play: in the URL I see:
record=ANDREAS.SODEIK.RECLOG.fld%20play=ANDREAS.SODEIK.PLAY.fld&config=playback

login Rec: in the URL I changed the specific part to
record=ANDREAS.SODEIK1.RECLOG.fld%20play=ANDREAS.SODEIK1.PLAY.fld&config=playback
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here for esample:
http://XXXXXXXYYY.verigy.net:8000/dev60cgi/f60cgi?
((record=ANDREAS.SODEIK.RECLOG.fld%20play=ANDREAS.SODEIK.PLAY.fld&config=playback&))lookAndFeel=ORACLE&colorScheme=BLUE&lang=US&env=NLS_LANG='AMERICAN_AMERICA.UTF8'+FORM
S60_USER_DATE_FORMAT='DD-MON-RRRR'+FORMS60_USER_DATETIME_FORMAT='DD-MON-RRRR%20HH24%3AMI%3ASS'+NLS_DATE_LANGUAGE='AMERICAN'+NLS_SORT='BINARY'+NLS_NUMERIC_CHARACTERS='.,'+FORM
S60_TZFILE='timezlrg.dat'+FORMS60_DATETIME_SERVER_TZ='America/Los_Angeles'+FORM
S60_DATETIME_LOCAL_TZ='America/Los_Angeles'&form_params=+config='usplsvded003_pethv'
+icx_ticket='.vyqZjx6udeFhFqyMLp8WvQ..'+resp='INV%2FVERIGY%5ETIS'+secgrp='STANDARD'
+start_func='INV_INVIDITM'&encoding=UTF-8

Additional information:
After changing the URL and click on Refresh - Program starts and says invalid username and password???
Parallel login to our Oracle Instance is enabled

I hope anybody will have any idea

thanks in advance ansodeik
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 01, 2010 3:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ansodeik,

I think that what you describe is normal behaviour. When you launch Oracle Forms from within Self Service a one-off "ticket" is provided in the URL to enable Forms to launch without you having to sign-on again. This is managed with the following URL parameter:

icx_ticket='.vyqZjx6udeFhFqyMLp8WvQ.

You shouldn't be able to re-use that URL to launch further Forms sessions. If this has worked in the past then I suspect a patch or config change has been applied that no longer allows this.

To run two loads in parallel you have 2 options. First, create another playback user and setup the ICX: Forms Launcher profile option accordingly. Alternatively, don't launch Oracle Forms from within Self Service and instead launch Oracle Forms directly. If you take this approach then you will need to re-record your loads because the sign-on process will now be included in the load. You should also be aware that Oracle don't support this way of launching Forms for normal use although it works fine. You can find more details of how to directly launch Forms at the following web page:

http://www.dataload.com/help/recplay/url.htm

I hope that helps.

Thanks,

Jonathan
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