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Using and Securing Forms Standalone Launcher (FSAL)

Alexandra David
Principal Technical Support Engineer

The Forms Standalone Launcher (FSAL) offers an alternative way for end-users to run Oracle Forms 12c applications. FSAL provides a browser-less, modern client/server-like interface. As a result of not using a browser, FSAL does not rely on the Java Deployment technologies (e.g. Plug-in, Web Start, etc) and therefore is not dependent on a browser.
However, it does require Java on the end-user machine.

A new paper has been released containing basic usage information for the Forms Standalone Launcher.

As a summary, here is what you can find in the paper:

  • Introduction
  • Understanding the Forms Standalone Launcher
  • Requirements
    • The Forms Standalone Launcher
    • Java
      • JRE (Java Runtime Environment)
      • JDK (Java Development Kit)
      • Server JRE
    • Application URL
  • Running an Application with FSAL
  • Security Tips
    • Secure Socket Layer
      • Steps for Configuring SSL with FSAL
      • Troubleshooting SSL
    • Signed Code
      • Forms, Java Plug-in, and Java Web Start
      • FSAL and Signed JARs
    • So Many Versions, So Many Platforms, Which Should We Use
  • Additional Reading
  • Conclusion

Read more about what FSAL has to offer in : Oracle Forms Standalone Launcher (FSAL)- Using and Securing Applications Running with FSAL

 

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  • Shubhanshu Ranjan Tuesday, February 18, 2020
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