Home » IT Is Jinitiator going away? Marcos Claver April 2, 2007 IT, PL/SQL, Software Development, Web HTML5 CSS3 2 Comments Is Jinitiator going away I am wondering for a long time. Especially now the the Sun JPI can easily be used with Web Forms. My colleague Marco pointed me to this blog of Grant Ronald. Read it and draw your own conclusions. Tweet WhatsApp Telegram Related Posts Friday on Oracle Open world Consuming Web Services from PL/SQL – Part II: A pure PL/SQL solution using UTL_HTTP (Oracle 9i or 10g) Collect and share interesting bookmarks About The Author Marcos Claver 2 Comments mi1400 April 12, 2007 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jinitiator Oracle has announced, that the upcoming release of Forms, version 11, should support JDK 1.6, which will most likely eliminate the need for JInitiator completely. Muhammad Imran Arnoud Roth April 6, 2007 It wouldn’t surprise me, Marcos! For the E-Business Suite, Oracle decided to move away from JInitiator when they introduced Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12. EBS release 11i largely depended on JInitiator, and it has always been a pain in the back when there was need to upgrade JInitiator. Now, with Release 12, Oracle decided to introduce Native Java. Why wouldn’t they let the rest follow?