Last week on Oracle Open World we(iAdvise together with Grant Ronald) did a presentation on Oracle Forms Modernization.
We presented the possible options for an Oracle Forms application: modernize, upgrade, integrate or migrate.
In case you couldn’t attend the session or just want to know more about those options, you can read the following article on All Things Oracle: “What’s Your Choice for Oracle Forms?”
Today I had my session about Forms Modernization.
It was a big room and, although it didn’t seem that much, about 80 attendees.
Grant Ronald came on stage to explain that Oracle still doesn’t de-support Oracle Forms.
In fact, he made an announcement: Oracle Forms 11gR2 is released very soon.
The installation would be easier, integration with Oracle Access Manager, linenumbers in the PL/SQL editor and some more new features.
A lot of questions after the session and good critics.
So I’m pretty happy.
I want to call all Oracle Forms developers and administrators to fill in this online survey about Oracle Forms.
The results will be published during Oracle Open World.
As I’m interested in this topic(Forms and Forms Modernization) and doing a presentation on Oracle Open World about Oracle Forms(session 08262 “What’s Your Choice for Oracle Forms: Modernize, Upgrade, Integrate, or Migrate?”), I’m looking forward to the results of the survey!
There’s a new Oracle source available: All Things Oracle.
The aim of All Things Oracle is to provide a gateway to the wealth of information and material available for Oracle developers and DBAs.
The site brings articles and other resources of Oracle experts.
Just to name a few:
All very experienced experts that will bring interesting articles!
I will also contribute to this site.
My specialities are SQL, PL/SQL, Forms and Forms Modernization, so expect articles on these topics in the near future on All Things Oracle.
I created a JavaBean that implements a “dropbox” in Oracle Forms.
It can be downoaded from the PJC/JavaBean library of Francois Degrelle.
When dropping one or more files on it, Forms receives the path and filename of it.
In the following example video the JavaBean is used to upload a file to the database.
For the uploading part I used Webutil.
As Oracle Open World is coming closer, it’s time to build your schedule…
Be prepared because there are so many choices.
So, here are some presentations I’m interested in and planning to attend.
Of course there’s my own presentation on monday.
- Session: What’s Your Choice for Oracle Forms: Modernize, Upgrade, Integrate, or Migrate? (session id 08262)
- Time and place: Monday, 12:30 PM, Marriott Marquis – Golden Gate A
When you are a developer working with Oracle Forms or an IT manager and have an Oracle Forms application, this is probably the session you should attend when you have questions about the future of Oracle Forms.
Together with Grant Ronald(Group Product Manager in Oracle’s Application Development Tools Division) we’re going to show you the possibilities of Oracle Forms in the future, not only with a presentation, but also with customer cases and demos.
What else is interesting on OOW:
- ADF Enterprise Methodology Group (EMG) Sunday: 6 tracks about one subject: ADF
- Presentations by Grant Ronald: starting with ADF? Check his sessions and look how “easy” you can develop in ADF.
- Four Ways to Transition from Oracle Forms to Oracle ADF by Wilfred van der Deijl(Monday, 03:30 PM, Marriott Marquis – Golden Gate A)
- Reaching Out from PL/SQL by Lucas Jellema(Tuesday, 10:15 AM, Marriott Marquis – Salon 7)
- Spend Some Quality Time on Your Oracle ADF Application by Aino Andriessen(Thursday, 12:00 PM, Marriott Marquis – Golden Gate A)
- More interested in database(programming)? Tom Kyte and Steven Feuerstein are “must see” presenters.
I captured that testcase using screentoaster.
It seems that this tool has disappeared and all the recorded sessions with it.
So, here’s a new video on youtube of this Google Map Integration, now in a demo application.
The Form is embedded in a HTML page witch contains a Google Map.