In the name of Allah,
Most Gracious, Most MercifulPraise be to Allah,
blessing and peace be upon our prophet Mohammed, his family and his companions.
I believe that the rule #1 in structuring a user interface is a consistency that allows developers to reuse code for similar tasks. Consistency helps you to minimize the effort spent in fixing errors, reducing the training costs consumed in explaining the logical workflow that matches their real workflow and increasing the user's adaptability to work on the application. Thus, your application will make sense to the user if every widget or control works consistently as expected.
On the other hand, Upgrading Oracle from client-server to the web base was the biggest challenge that a lot of companies had. Oracle Web forms are a different kind of architecture: 3-tier (client-application-data). At the client, Forms runs in a Java-applet started from a web browser.
Hence, the 'Maximum' Window button is an example of inconsistency; it was working fine in client-server architecture, but it won't work the same way in 3-tier architecture.
Now, let's highlight the issue of "Maximize Oracle Window Forms" this would really help maintaining consistency all over your application specially in upgrading from client-server to the web base application.
Key problem: Oracle Window web-base Form NOT Maximizing.
SET_WINDOW_PROPERTY (FORMS_MDI_WINDOW, WINDOW_STATE, MAXIMIZE) ;
Unfortunately, there is no built-in way to actually "MAXIMIZE" in the parent or MDI window. This issue has been explained in BUG#4944285 Known and Note 181100.1
Search for formsweb.cfg file, open it with note pad to view the content, look for a parameter called ' separateFrame' this parameter takes a Boolean data type either
True or False value. edit and save the changes you prefer to make after reading the difference between the two value's affection.
2. Or you can use the following java bean example in the following link:
My success only comes from Allah, pls. note your comments and suggestions are great help for me in progress thanks in advance.