Tag: Modernization

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

A few months ago I wrote a blogpost about forms titled  “Forms isn’t dead!” Since then I went to Oracle Open World and gave a presentation on how to modernize your existing Oracle Forms application. So you don’t have to throw away years of investment in Oracle forms. I’m working at a customer that created […]