How to install and integrate the HTML Editor in Oracle Forms?

The integration is the same as for any other java bean integrated into the Oracle Forms designer. Place the jar file in the designer's classpath and it will be automatically detected by the Oracle Forms Designer. You can add it after that easily as a bean area.
Note that the delimiter between the jars in the classpath in the
formsweb.cfg file is "," and not ";" - if you put the ";" it will not work properly.

  • copy the HTMLEditorPro.jar file in the <ORACLE_HOME>/forms/java directory
  • edit your <ORACLE_HOME>/forms/server/formsweb.cfg file (for Oracle Forms 11g it is usually located into the folder <ORACLE_HOME>/Middleware/user_projects/ domains/ yourdomain/config/ fmwconfig/servers/AdminServer/ applications/formsapp_11.1.2/config) to add everywhere the HTMLEditorPro.jar as follows:

      # Forms applet archive setting for JInitiator
      archive_jini=f90all_jinit.jar,HTMLEditorPro.jar
      # Forms applet archive setting for Microsoft Internet Explorer native JVM
      archive_ie=f90all.cab,HTMLEditorPro.jar
      # Forms applet archive setting for other clients (Sun Java Plugin, Appletviewer, etc)
      archive=f90all.jar, HTMLEditorPro.jar
     
  • open the HTMLEditorSampleForm.fmb module (Oracle Forms module)
  • if you don't see the editor into the Forms Builder you may need to add the  <ORACLE_HOME>/forms/java/HTMLEditorPro.jar to the system variable classpath
  • compile all and run the module
  • Into the Oracle Forms Visual designer insert a Bean area and set the implementation property to sferyx.administration.editors. HTMLEditorOracleBean

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