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For the people, partners, customers attending Open World and interested in Forms and fusion technologies I’ve made a little resume of the interesting sessions you could attend: S315945 : Oracle Forms in the Middle of Middleware with Oracle Product Management – Wednesday, September 22, 13:00 | Marriott Marquis, Salon 9 S317234 : Moving from Oracle Forms […]

Forms modernization has a different angle for each customer or developer talking about it but for each angle the approach will always be the same: Think Big, Start Small. When choosing forms modernization you should choose one topic at a time and define a short- and long-term planning with quick-wins as starting points. Possible topics […]

In ApEx 4.0, when working with a map region (World without Greenland) (Map world/world_wo_gr.amap) you might experience that not all data points are correct. For example: when you work with the map “World without Greenland” and you choose a query with Series Type of Bubble, Switzerland is positioned in America while Spain is in the […]

ApEx 4.0 has been released. You can download the new version of ApEx on the website of Oracle. You can read about the new features of Application Express 4.0 here. Please mind that the requirements are changed: Oracle Application Express 4.0 is supported on all Editions (SE1, SE, EE, and XE) of the Oracle database, […]

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 […]

Just noticed that a patch is released for SQL Developer 2.1. From the Oracle website: Oracle SQL Developer 2.1.1 is a patch release to SQL Developer 2.1, which was released in December 2009. This patch release resolves a number of the issues raised and addresses a few additional feature requests raised on the SQL Developer […]

When you try to convert an xml file, which has a tag that contains for example one or more pdf files, into an XMLTYPE object, you will get the following error: ORA-19011: CHARACTER string BUFFER too small This error will be thrown because the content of a tag of an XMLTYPE is limited to 4000 […]