To view information about Oracle Forms failures in DMI reports, access the Forms Availability tab and configure the appearance of a specific failure type in a DMI report.

You can configure Oracle Forms availability globally or at the software service level.

For global configuration, open the AMD configuration and go to Global ► Front-End Monitoring ► Oracle Forms ► Availability. For the software service level, select the Availability tab in the Edit Rule window.

To view information about system, application, and environment failures in DMI reports, you must enable the appearance of a specific failure type, as described in the following list:

Transport Failures

No response

Incomplete response. A hit with no response from a server. Disabled by default.

Aborted response

A response aborted by the user. Enabled by default.

HTTP errors

The AMD is able to deliver information on seven HTTP error groups (“categories”).

  • HTTP client errors (4xx)
  • HTTP server errors (5xx)
  • HTTP unauthorized errors
  • HTTP Not Found errors
  • HTTP client errors (category 3)
  • HTTP server errors (category 1)
  • HTTP server errors (category 2)

You can decide whether each of these should be taken into account when calculating (failures transport). Note that HTTP client errors (4xx), HTTP server errors (5xx), HTTP unauthorized errors, HTTP Not Found errors, and HTTP server errors (category 1) have configurable contents. For more information, see Web - Errors.

Application Failures

Forms client error

Not enabled by default.

Forms application error

Not enabled by default.

Forms server error

Enabled by default.

Oracle server error

Enabled by default.

Oracle Applications error

Not enabled by default.

 

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