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Oracle10g Forms Developer: Build Internet Applications          

Duration: 5 days

Description 
In this class, students will develop, test and deploy web based applications using Oracle's Internet Developer suite of tools. Students will build numerous applications using windows, canvases, frames, blocks, text fields, record groups, list of values, editors, list items, OCXs, check boxes, alerts, radio groups/buttons, relations, programming objects, triggers, display items, non-input items, calculated fields, image items and buttons. Each student will use Oracle Forms to build numerous web applications.

Topics

  • Oracle products
  • Direction towards Grid Computing
  • Oracle Application Server architecture Oracle Forms Developer suite
  • Oracle Forms Services
  • Form Builder Tools
  • Oracle Forms Components
  • Forms Modules Forms, Menus, PL/SQL Libraries, Object Libraries
  • Object development techniques for building forms
  • Hierarchies, subclassing and inter-dependencies
  • Reusability using property classes, messages and alerts, object libraries, library sharing, smart classes, object groups, templates and programming objects
  • How to develop master-detail and form templates
  • From clause queries, ref cursors and basing data blocks on stored procedures
  • New GUI features: tab-style layouts, tab-style canvases, smart bars
  • Good development habits for forms applications
  • Integrate form objects and PL/SQL objects
  • How to write flexible code using system variables, global variables, local variables, and built-in functions and procedures
  • Blocks and items
  • Different modes
  • Modifying records
  • Searching on records
  • Multi-record forms
  • Property palettes
  • Toolbars
  • Text items, push buttons, chart items, check boxes, display items, list items, radio groups, radio buttons, sound items, frames, LOV's
  • Hierarchical tree control
  • Calculated fields
  • Property classes
  • Visual attributes
  • Canvases
  • Stacked canvas
  • Toolbar canvas
  • Relations
  • Different types of triggers
  • Templates
  • Different types of triggers
  • Developing and maintaining triggers
  • Debugger
  • Menus
  • PL/SQL libraries
  • Magic items in Menus
  • Pop-up menus

Prerequisites

  • A solid understanding of Relational Database Concepts is required.
  • PL/SQL experience is highly recommended.
  • Experience with GUI development tools is helpful but not required.


 
 
 

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