Tag: Fusion Middleware 11G

When taking a look at the tools Oracle used to develop its own products, we see that the E-business suite is build in Forms and Reports. Later, new modules were developed according Java EE standards.  Those new modules/applications were released on the same application servers that ran Forms and reports,  where they shared services and […]

Last week Oracle announced the “Oracle Application Development Tools Statement of Direction“. Oracle stays commited to the Oracle Forms customers, saying Forms will be part of Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c. That’s right!  There will be a Forms 12c version. And even Reports will be part of it. My previous blogpost “Oracle Forms: upgrade…modernize…integrate” shows that you […]

As Oracle Open World is coming closer, it’s time to build your schedule… Be prepared because there are so many choices. So, here are some presentations I’m interested in and planning to attend. Of course there’s my own presentation on monday. Session: What’s Your Choice for Oracle Forms: Modernize, Upgrade, Integrate, or Migrate? (session id 08262) […]

In last years blog post about Forms 11g Javascript integration I explained how you could call the Google Maps API from forms using JavaScript. I captured that testcase using screentoaster. It seems that this tool has disappeared and all the recorded sessions with it. So, here’s a new video on youtube of this Google Map […]

A great turnout for the seminar: more than 40 interested attendees, a mix audience of IT managers, project managers and developers. Hof ter Delft was a nice location! Grant Ronald, Oracle Senior Group Product Manager for the development tools division, opened the seminar with a keynote presentation. He started with the Oracle Statement of Direction: […]

There are a lot of questions about the future of Oracle Forms and applications that were built in Oracle Forms. During this seminar we will answer these questions and give an overview of the (possible) future of such applications. The seminar will kick off with a keynote by Grant Ronald, about the Oracle Forms strategy. […]