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Can anybody give me procedure as to how to create a domain?I want this to run oracle forms 11G in the browser.I have some doubts regarding the configuration of domain like

 1. what sdk should i use?I get two SDKs(1.JRockitSDK 2. SUN SDK)
 2. Should I add only "Administration Server" only or do I also need "Managed Servers" as well to run Oracle Forms 11G?
 3. What should be the "Listener Port" no?
 4. Should SSL be enabled?If Yes then What should be the "SSL Listener Port" no?
 5. If I need "Managed Server " then how many and what should be their Config?
 6. Should I ADD any "Cluster"?Then Its Config?
 7. What should I do in "Configure maachine "Section?
 Please Guide me Regarding the Configuration of Web logic Server Domain
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Thses are questions only you can answer based on you requirements. If there was a single answer it wouldn't need configuration. The documentation should help you understand what the options mean, and hopefully guide you to what's appropriate for your needs. –  Alex Poole Jul 13 '12 at 7:56
Why I really need this is to run Forms 11G on my browser.As of now I am unable to run my forms in my browser.So,I think that there is some problem in WLS configuration.So could you assist me regarding this ? –  Rahs Jul 13 '12 at 16:33
What has Forms got to do with WebLogic Server? –  Alex Poole Jul 13 '12 at 16:34
While installing Oracle Forms 11G,it says "please install WLS before installing Oracle Forms 11G".So I am installing WLS. –  Rahs Jul 14 '12 at 11:50
Could you please assist me on how to run Oracle Forms 11G on browser?As when I am able to compile my forms successfully but when I run it on IE nothing is happening. IE says "Page cannot be displayed".Suggest me if you can why am I not able to run it on browser?-Thanks,Rahul –  Rahs Jul 14 '12 at 11:53

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