People attending Open World to have a closer look at fusion technologies and how to integrate them in your existing applications, need to check out the following session:
Title: Oracle Forms in the Middle of Middleware with Oracle Product Management
Track: Application Servers, Application Grid, and Development
Date: 22-SEP-10 Time: 13:00 – 14:00
Venue: Marriott Marquis Room: Salon 9
Together with Grant Ronald we will talk you through the possible scenario’s to modernize your existing forms applications. After each scenario we will demo the functionalities and showcase some of the success stories we’ve conducted together with our benelux customers.
The different scenario’s include upgrading to 11g to use the event-driven architecture, integrate with existing applications such as apex, .net, google maps, bpel, …
In other words if you’re using fusion technologies such as BPEL, OSB, ADF, … you can easily integrate these with your existing forms applications using the new features provided in 11g.
Next step is to create an HTML-page to display the form.
This code puts the form(in an iframe) and the map side by side:
(Click to enlarge)
And it will look like this:
Create a new configuration using Enterprise Manager:
Google has released 2 new features on it’s AJAX Search API:
Both bars allow you to incorporate dynamic content into the layout of your site.
I have tried to implement both features into ApEx and they were succesful. In this blog you can read a step by step guide explaining how to integrate the Blog Bar into your apex application.
The Blog Bar is offered in horizontal and vertical styles. You have the ability to let your users see specific Blog Search results or you can select only blogs specified by yourself.
The first thing you need to do is to register with Google. Then you can go to Google Blog Bar API page and run the wizard to get the right example code and key. Save the example code and the key so you can use it later.
Now we can implement it into your ApEx page: