Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Webinar: Troubleshooting the generic FRM-9210x errors

The purpose of this one hour session is to give an insight into how the Forms Listener Servlet can aid in the diagnosis and detection of various anomalies and errors commonly seen in a web deployed Oracle Application Server.Which files contain diagnostic information about the Forms Listener Servlet and how to effectively interpret this information?

Target audience:
This seminar is primarily directed towards all Forms developers, but all attendees are welcome.
The web seminar duration is about 60 minutes.

- Which log files to check within the Internet application server.
- Interpretation of the information in the different kind of log files
- Different pragma’s and their meaning

Event details:
Seminar starts on:
11-February-2009 at 9:00 am GMT / 10:00 am CET
11-February-2009 at 5:00 pm GMT / 6:00 pm CET


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