24 February 2015

Created the first version of the JavaFX Browser inside Oracle Forms

I created the first version of the JavaFX browser inside Oracle Forms.


I created a Form with two java beans components. I added the JavaFX browser with a socket server to one component and I added a socket client to the other component. With the socket server I made it possible to communicate to the java browser.


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  1. Hi Mark
    Your link does not work. Could you correct it?
    Thank you!

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  2. I moved most of my Forms PJC examples to GitHub. The examples and the Oracle JDeveloper projects can now be found at: https://github.com/mark-oradev/FormsPJC

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    1. hello, I want to use this JavaBean. I entered on your Github page, in the folder jfx but there is no .jar. Can you put it please?
      I also downloaded the project and have opened with JDeveloper (Version 11.1.2.4.0) and I have compiled, but it does not work.
      I have also tried to create a new project, and copy jfx.java and jtcp.java classes, but neither I managed to make it work, the JavaBean executes but gives an error of "connection refused" and does not show anything on the screen.

      Can you help me please? Thank you

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    2. Hello, the java class has a main class. So you can run the bean from within JDeveloper. If that works you can deploy it to your forms environment. There is a deploy file, so I should help creating the jfx.jar. And don't forget to sign the jars before deploying to your Forms environment.
      Also there is a jfx.md file with instructions of the project. I have to rebuild my development environment first, since it has been a while since I created this example. So I don't have a jar ready for deployment on github.

      Regards, Mark

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