Launch Designer - Communications Data Model

Hello,
As mentioned in Table 1.1 under url http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E16762_01/doc/doc.112/e15886/intro_cdm.htm#BABJBHBF
I am trying to launch Deisgner to create logical data model from RedHat Linux R5 system, but could not locate the Designer. Can you please provide any pointers on how to launch designer in Linux R5 system?
Thanks
- Bhavesh 

You can not launch Designer on Linux platform. Designer support only Windows as client platform.
The back end repository can reside on any oracle db supported platform like linux/windows.
So, what you can do, you need to download Designer for winodws and install it on windows. Then launch the designer from windows, and connect to backend repository.
Edited by: tduan on Jul 1, 2010 7:32 PM

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JRE version 1.6_05 occassionally locks up Oracle

Hello there,
I am a developer on an Air Force financial application. We are in the process of upgrading our application to Oracle Forms 10g (10.1.2.0.2 - a web release). Our previous version was developed using Oracle Forms 6.0 (client/server). Long story short, we have completed development and are currently in Integration Testing phase.
Several (not all) clients seems to experience the JRE timeout. Occassionally, the Oracle forms application will display a "Client Authentication" window where the user must choose their non-email certificate. Usually the user will be able to select the correct certificate and continue; however sometimes the "Client Authentication" window will lock up all Internet Explorer windows. Once IE locks up, the only way to resolve the problem is to <CTRL-ALT-DEL> and end the IE process windows.
I have contacted Oracle and they have two responses: (1) Oracle has not certified Internet Explorer 7 with the Sun JRE 1.6 (they have only certified JRE 1.5), and (2) They think it is probably a Sun JRE problem and recommend trying JInitiator.
I would not have a problem trying Sun JRE 1.5; however, working on an Air Force project, our development group does not have any control over when the AF releases new Java versions to the XP/Vista workstations (our hands or a little tied).
I would be very interested if anyone has any suggestions in trying to tackle this problem.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Sincerely,
Mike
Edited by: mblust on Apr 29, 2008 5:28 AM 
mblust wrote:
Hello there,
I am a developer on an Air Force financial application. We are in the process of upgrading our application to Oracle Forms 10g (10.1.2.0.2 - a web release). Our previous version was developed using Oracle Forms 6.0 (client/server). Long story short, we have completed development and are currently in Integration Testing phase.
Several (not all) clients seems to experience the JRE timeout. Occassionally, the Oracle forms application will display a "Client Authentication" window where the user must choose their non-email certificate. Usually the user will be able to select the correct certificate and continue; however sometimes the "Client Authentication" window will lock up all Internet Explorer windows. Once IE locks up, the only way to resolve the problem is to <CTRL-ALT-DEL> and end the IE process windows.
I have contacted Oracle and they have two responses: (1) Oracle has not certified Internet Explorer 7 with the Sun JRE 1.6 (they have only certified JRE 1.5), and (2) They think it is probably a Sun JRE problem and recommend trying JInitiator.
I would not have a problem trying Sun JRE 1.5; however, working on an Air Force project, our development group does not have any control over when the AF releases new Java versions to the XP/Vista workstations (our hands or a little tied).
I would be very interested if anyone has any suggestions in trying to tackle this problem.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Sincerely,
Mike
Edited by: mblust on Apr 29, 2008 5:28 AMSounds like you are stuck between a rock and a hard place that is familiar to me.
You may want to look at the possibility of JRE family versioning.
http://java.sun.com/javase/6/webnotes/family-clsid.html
Its not a perfect solution but you can install a 1.5 JRE alongside with a 1.6 JRE browser plugin and ensure that your web application will only run with the 1.5 JRE.

Error Testing Java working

JRE 1.6.031 installed but "Bubbles" applet indicates error from the banking site that requires it
Also ran test if Java is working and only get the placeholder witht he red X with the message as follows:
If you cannot see your machine info listed above, please check these additional configurations:
+1.Enable Java through your Web browser+
+2.Enable Java through the "Java Plug-in Control Panel"+
+3.Clearing your Web Browser Cache+
+4.Firefox 3.6 and above requires Java 6 Update 10 or above+
+5.Java and Google Chrome Browser+
+6.Supported System Configurations+
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This has been done several times and still same thing. I am using Vista SP2 on HP laptop
It is essential i get Java operating in my work environment to log onto the banking site. The banking site cannot assist and has referred me to Jave Help but I can't find anything else to do!
Please any suggestions. Thanks
Gail 
It seems that the installation somehow failed, and you would need to uninstall the previous version and then have a clean install.
Please use the Microsoft Uninstall utility to remove the older version of Java from: http://support.microsoft.com/mats/program_install_and_uninstall/en-us
and then proceed to install the latest version of Java from http://java.com.
It is also possible that the bank applet you are using, might require a previous version of Java. Please check with your bank and identify if you do need a previous version.
You can get the older versions of Java from here: http://www.java.com/en/download/faq/other_jreversions.xml
Shak
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Well, I have just installed Ubuntu Server 12, and, I am trying to get Java JDK 1.7 to run within the unix box, so I took the easy way and it would seem like there is some variant named 'ice tea' which is based on 1.6. When finding (searching) within the file system a file named java exists within /usr/bin, and, this is the bundled version of java, which is not the latest. Is Ubuntu Server still unsupported by Oracle?
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And less than 10 seconds glancing at the front page of icedtea indicates that the more recent versions are based on OpenJDK 7. Installation instructions are also there. A quick google for "icedtea ubuntu server" provided me this:
http://www.stchman.com/essen_pack.html 
Thanks, but javac won't compile anything in any case. That was the main issue sorry for not communicating it quite clearly.
Edited by: Jon80 on Jul 13, 2012 11:49 AM

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