How to set ORACLE_HOME environment variables in win 2003

Can anyone tell me how to set ORACLE_HOME environment variables in Win2003
Please tell me the significance of that also.It will be really helpful if u can help me out from Path variable seting of JAVA SDK also... Thanks in advance...

hi
use this code IN FORMS60 variable in Regedit
\\server\DATA\store\Forms;
Rizwan

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