Category: ADF

There were a lot of sessions on forms, most of them handled about migration. So, here’s a little wrap up of the forms migration sessions I followed on the UKOUG conference. When thinking about migration, you need to think again before making a decision. Do it for the right reasons, make a good analysis and […]

When working with Oracle Forms these days and you’re not satisfied with the application anymore, there are some possibilities you can do: upgrade modernize integrate migrate On our OOW session tomorrow(Oracle Forms in the Middle of Middleware, 1pm, Marriott Marquis Room: Salon 9), we will talk about the first three possibilities, upgrade, modernize and integrate. […]

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: ID#: S315945 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 […]

Everyone’s that’s going to be present at Open World and has questions regarding ADF, regarding project approach or want’s to share his/her experiences with the community … this is the ideal moment to step up and talk about it! Besides the different sessions that are organised by as well Oracle, partners as ACE’s, the ADF […]

This year we’ve had a interesting pannel discussion at ODTUG regarding the ADF EMG where we’ve discussed some customer cases, do’s and dont’s regarding fusion and ADF development, thoughts regarding Fusion 11g, … Because we want to follow up on the new technologies, discuss the new concepts, new features and work out guidelines and best […]

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 […]