Category: Oracle Forms

I remembered an old post of Roel Hartman where he integrated a form into apex. He used a part of OraFormsFaces by Wilfred van der Deijl: the CommunicatorBean. Using this CommunicatorBean forms could react on “external messages”. Now with Forms 11g reacting on external events, this CommunicatorBean isn’t necessary any more(sorry Wilfred). This is how […]

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 […]

Since we’re talking about Forms 11g, the first question we get from customers is “Until when is Forms supported?”. I saw the blog post of Gerd Volberg and thought is was interesting to share this with our readers. Extended support for Forms 11g(and reports): June 2017. Complete information on Fusion Middleware support: Lifetime support Middelware […]

Forms 11g holds a lot of interesting new features focused on event-driven architecture, one of these is javascript integration. There are two ways of using javascript with Forms 11g: “call others” and “let others call you”. Javascript can call code in Forms(“Let others call you”) using the new forms trigger “when-custom-javacript-event”. This post is going […]

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 […]

iAdvise organises a seminar on Forms modernization. During this seminar we will show you how you can modernize your Oracle Forms applications, give it a rich look and feel, and adopt the latest technologies without throwing away years of investment in Oracle Forms. We will show you how you can combine the power of an […]