Category: Oracle Forms

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 […]

Birmingham is cold these days, even white. That’s something else than sunny San Fran in September during OOW. I didn’t find the time yet to write about sessions. But surely will in the next days. There were some interesting sessions(the one more interesting than the other) on forms. Most about migration(to ADF, to Apex),  but […]

More and more customers want to upgrade to Forms 11g, but then questions come like: “There’s no Designer 11g, do we have to say goodbye to Designer?” “Can we generate 11g Forms from Designer?” “When we want to keep using Designer, do we have to stay on Forms 10g?” A lot of questions… What can […]

In my previous post I mentioned the problem with compiling a program unit that calls a database function with result cache. Like I wrote in that post, the problem exists in the PL/SQL Client version. There’s a patch available to update the PL/SQL client: Oracle Database Server Version Patch 33. This is a database […]

Result cache… a very cool feature in the 11g database. If you don’t know it, this is a must read: Pl/SQL function result cache in 11g But also watch out with it in Forms 11g. It seems there’s a bug. When compiling a program unit that calls a function with result cache in forms, you’ll […]

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. […]