Tag: Oracle Forms

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. […]

Opening ceremony by Wim Coekaerts & Janny Ekelson. Nothing much to say about this… First keynote session was brought by Chris Leone about Oracle Fusion applications. Applications is not my thing, but it was nice to see how everything in Fusion apps is integrated like BI and collaboration. My first session was “The best way” […]

A customer had a problem about a forms application(Oracle Forms 10g) hanging on a regular base. No particular user, no particular form, … just a form in the application at random. The only solution was killing the browser and the JRE  and start over. After a long time of searching, a colleague finally ran into […]

Grant Ronald has just published three references for Oracle Forms upgrades to 11g. Those references can be found on his blog. As Grant writes, it’s pretty easy to upgrade, just recompile and deploy. A big advantage of migrating to Forms 11g is that it opens up the integration of the forms application with other technologies(eg. […]

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 […]