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Oracle Java ADF Modernizing and Development – A Case Study taken from Real Projects–Webinar with Grant Ronald & PITSS on November 29th 2011

Juergen Kress
PaaS & Middleware Partner Adoption
Webinar:  Oracle Java ADF Modernizing and Development – A Case Study taken from Real Projects – Date 29.11.2011

Join Oracle’s Grant Ronald and PITSS to see a software architecture comparison of Oracle Forms and ADF and a live step-by-step presentation on how to achieve a successful migration. Learn about various migration options, challenges and best practices to protect your current investment in Oracle Forms.
“PL/SQL is without match for what it does: manipulating data in the database. If you blindly migrate all your PL/SQL to Java you will, in all probability, end up with less maintainable and less efficient code. Instead you should consider which code it best left as PL/SQL…”
Grant Ronald – “Migrating Oracle Forms to Fusion: Myth or Magic Bullet?”
Re-Engineering existing business logic is mandatory for your legacy Forms application to take advantage of the new Software architectures like ADF.
The PITSS.CON solution combines the deep understanding of Oracle Forms and Reports applications architecture with powerful re-engineering capabilities that allows the developer community to protect the investment in the existing Forms applications and to concentrate on fine-tuning and customization of the modernized functionality rather than manually recreating every module and business logic from bottom up.

Presented By:
Grant Ronald, Senior Group Product Manager, Oracle
Magdalena Serban, Product Manager, PITSS


Oracle JAVA ADF Modernizing and Development

Online Webinar, 29.11.2011 2 pm (CET) , Language: Englisch

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