Month: July 2009

This is it…my first blog entry! And by this I want to say that Forms isn’t dead I’m still convinced that Forms is one of the most suitable environments for data entry applications(Prove me wrong). Some of you think it’s old fashioned or maybe antique.But there are still companies choosing for an Oracle Forms environment, […]

Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g will hold a lot of new features and technologies to get acquainted with, but most of all the stack is even more integrated and the first major release after the BEA acquisition. I think a lot of people have been waiting on this announcement, especially when we talk about Fusion Apps […]

If we talk about business process integration, we would probably have a different vision and other expectations depending on our role. For example: if we talk to the manager about business process integration, this could mean automate existing manual processes. If we talk to the sales-departement they would expect to have more insight into trends, […]

I have recently been playing with SQLdeveloper and came around an interesting feature: you can group connections in folder. This will prevent you from having a very big list of connections. To group your connections you must do the next thing:1. Select two or more connections2. Press your right mouse button3. Choose “Add To Folder” […]

During the ODTUG conference a lot of interesting presentations and session were given regarding different aspects, such as: Forms Modernization (Forms 2.0, Forms 11g, …) Apex (Case studies, Apex & reporting, Apex for mobile applications, …) ADF 11g (Fusion development using ADF 11g and rich client components, Package based development using ADF BC, …) Integration […]

Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g has finally arrived and it’ll give as well developers as customers the possibility to implement bleeding edge technology throughout the Oracle Stack. Just looking at the different features and functionalities that have been build into the stack is amazing and most of all, you can’t get round fusion anymore. So let’s […]