Saturday, 3 July 2010

FRM-92130, FRM-92120 Registry.dat missing occurs while access the applicaitons

When the user attempting to run the form :

FRM-92130 Registry is either missing, or contains invalid, entry for Dispatcher.
Full Details: FRM-92030: Internal Error: Failed to find name of class for handlerClassId=1. Missing in registry?

The cause of this issue is that, the file Registry.dat file has not been accessed by the client machine because of the Jinitiator does not find the proper proxy / firewall through which the client is authenticated to access the files from the application server. There is a  line feed / special characters that were causing the error.

To solve this issue do the following at the client PC

1) Open the Jintiator control panel through "Start-->Settings-->Control Panel--> Jintiator 1.3.1.x
2) Go to Proxies tab
3) Uncheck "Use Browser Settings" check box
4) Enter the proxy details
5) Apply changes

Change the following setting from:
In IE -> Tools->Connections-> Lan settings-> Exceptions
On NS -> Edit -> Preferences -> Advanced -> Proxies -> No proxy for



visr12.apps; visr12.test; visr12.apps.local

This removes the line feed / special characters that were causing the error.

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Anonymous said...

Hi Ajikumar,
I browsed google and find your blog here. I experience this problem, and use your method but failed. I paste my java console msg here, pls have a review if you have idea how to fix it? Thanks a lot. You can send me mail at Thanks a lot. Moses Yao

Oracle JInitiator: Version
Using JRE version Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM
User home directory = C:\Documents and Settings\jyao2User has overriden browser's proxy settings.Proxy Configuration: no proxyJAR cache enabled
Location: C:\Documents and Settings\jyao2\Oracle Jar Cache
Maximum size: 50 MB
Compression level: 0----------------------------------------------------
c: clear console window
f: finalize objects on finalization queue
g: garbage collect
h: display this help message
l: dump classloader list
m: print memory usage
q: hide console
s: dump system properties
t: dump thread list
x: clear classloader cache
0-5: set trace level to Could not connect to at oracle.jre.protocol.jar.JarCache$ Source) at oracle.jre.protocol.jar.JarCache$CachedJarLoader.load(Unknown Source) at oracle.jre.protocol.jar.JarCache.get(Unknown Source) at

Ajikumar G said...

This error seems to be Proxy is not allowing the download of the jar files. To solve this issue do the following at your client machine

1. If proxy is not required, override it for the application server host.

2. If proxy is required, get in touch with the network administrator and open the ports required for the jar files download.