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FRM-41211 Integration Error SSL - Oracle Forms 10g

Hi all.
I have FRM-41211 Integration Error SSL Failure Running Another Product error while calling a report from web form in oracleAS 10g.
I have problem with RUN_REPORT_OBJECT in web forms in this code:
=====================================================
DECLARE
BEGIN
repid := find_report_object('MODULE21');
v_rep := RUN_REPORT_OBJECT(repid);
-- jobid := substr(v_rep, length('rep60_WS70004')+2, length(v_rep));
-- web.show_document('/reports/rwservlet/getjobid'||jobid||'?server=rep3945','_blank');
END;
=====================================================
I have error: FRM-41211 SSL integration error .....
OracleAS 10g server began on Windows XP SP2.
Do you help me ?
Very thanks !!

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Let me start from the beginning, and give a quick run-down of my problems.
*First let me say that the first Apple Store I went to is almost two hours away from where I live, and the second store is just about two hours.*
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