Oracle Forms preferences are divided into two tabs:
The General settings tab of the Oracle Forms panel allow the user to configure:
ServerHTTP headers. In NeoLoad, several values may be defined for each HTTP header.
Care should be taken in modifying these settings. Any incorrect configuration can cause NeoLoad to wrongly identify Oracle Forms requests.
All these settings have pre-configured default values that allow the recording of Oracle Forms requests using an Oracle Forms 9i or 10g application server.
In order to differentiate between Oracle Forms applets executing simultaneously in a same web page (or simultaneously in different browser tabs), NeoLoad needs a unique identifier for each Oracle Forms session: the session identifier. NeoLoad is able to look for session identifiers in applet URL requests.
For example, if the Oracle Forms applet sends a request to
http://myserver:8889/forms/servlet;jsessionid=... the session identifier is
jsessionid. When NeoLoad tries to find this session identifier in the Oracle Forms request URL, the search process is case insensitive:
JSESSIONID gives the same result as
Session settings are preconfigured for Oracle Forms 9i and 10g application servers.