Category: 11g

In the first part of our seminar we discussed some topics that forms customers want to change today. These changes are mostly focussed on the island most forms applications and teams are working on today, such as: 1) Internal services that are provided within the enterprise that could uplift the provided functionality to the end […]

Yesterday Gert Poel, Yves Van Looy and myself organised a Forms Modernization seminar for customers, developers, partners … everyone that was interested. The seminar was a huge succes and the customers were reassured that Forms is still alive and kicking. First we discussed the improvements customers want to make to their existing forms applications, why […]

This year we’re able to give another Oracle Forms Modernisation seminar at Oracle Open World 2010 … YIPIE !!! We will be discussing the different aspects a Forms Customer needs to take into account when wanting to uplift the existing Forms Applications. Different scenario’s could range from modernisation to upgrade, integrate and last of all […]

A few months ago I wrote a blogpost about forms titled  “Forms isn’t dead!” Since then I went to Oracle Open World and gave a presentation on how to modernize your existing Oracle Forms application. So you don’t have to throw away years of investment in Oracle forms. I’m working at a customer that created […]

BPEL, Business Process Execution Language, is the expression language to automate business processes. As well system tasks as human tasks can be automated using a standardized approach. The upcoming release of 11g will have a lot of new features incorporated, in this blog-post I will elaborate on some of these functionalities in relation to 10g.In […]

Playing around with Database 11g features and SCA 11g functionality (technology previews), I’ve came across some issues which you may find interesting to now/comprehend:Native PL/SQL WebServices (11g Feature): Procedures or functions need to have in- and output-parameters when using 11g webservices in 10.1.3.1 bpel processes You can’t work with rowtypes as return variables => not […]