Sunday Nov 02, 2014

Modernizing Oracle Forms for the Cloud Era

We would like you to invite your partners and prospects to the session “Modernizing Oracle Forms for the Cloud Era” is available on-demand. This webcast will be delivered by Tshepo Madigage – FMW Consultant, ECEMEA Partner Hub – ISV Migration Cent South Africa.

The delivery is coming based on a request next to several different proposed Forms Migration paths and modernization methods that have been made available on the web. Register for the webcast here.

Using af:deck component to animate content in ADF 12c(12.1.3) by Ashish Awasthi
af:deck is new component introduced in ADF 12.1.3, see more detail on Oracle Docs
af:deck-Tag Referance
http://docs.oracle.com/middleware/1213/adf/tag-reference-faces/tagdoc/af_deck.html
ADF Faces Demo Server (deck demo)

As per oracle docs- The deck component is a container that shows one child component at a time. When changing which child is displayed, the transition can be animated. This component does not provide any built-in controls for choosing which child is displayed. Instead, you use some other component to control it. For example, you might use an external navigationPane tab bar or perhaps some external commandImageLinks to represent page progress dots. You are not limited to external controls, your deck might be displaying a series of images and you may want to put a link around each image to trigger advancing to the next image. In all of these cases, you will need to use an event handler function to change the displayed child.
So in this post i am going to show - how to use af:deck component with some animation effect? Watch the on-demand webcast here.

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Monday Jul 07, 2014

Installing Oracle Forms/Reports 11.1.2.2.0 on Red Hat 6 by Peter Lorenzen

Here is my experiences with installing Forms and Reports 11.1.2.2.0 on Red Hat 6 (64-bit) using Java 7.

Overview

Documentation

Download the software

Please notice

  • Before using the direkt download links to http://download.oracle.com you need to login in to the site and accept a License Agreement. It does not matter which product you choose.

Prepare the OS

I am using Red Hat 6 64-bit. Check the System Requirements for UNIX Operating Systems. Also check Special Startup Requirements for Linux x86 or Linux x86-64 Operating Systems in the same document.
The kernel must be 2.6.32-100.28.5.el6 or newer. Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Dec 11, 2013

Oracle Forms Modernization Practices - Webcast December 12th 2013

Partner Webcast December 12th 2013

imageOracle Forms & Reports, a component of Oracle Fusion Middleware, is Oracle's long-established technology to design and build enterprise applications quickly and efficiently. It has proved to be extremely successful, both among third party ISVs as well as at Oracle itself – Oracle’s E-Business Suite is an example. Although this technology is now 20 years old, Oracle rem ains committed to the development of Forms and Reports, and to the ongoing release as components of the Oracle Fusion Middleware platform. This continuing commitment to Forms technology enables you to leverage your existing investment by easily upgrading and integrating existing Oracle Forms applications to take advantage of the latest web technologies like ADF, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA),, Business Process Management (BPM) and others.

Many organizations run enterprise Oracle Forms applications created in the 90s. If you’ve done investments in Oracle Forms and you are looking for a way to modernize your solution you should be aware of the modernization strategies that exist for your Oracle Forms applications. Oracle provides a roadmap to modernize applications based on Oracle Forms technology by providing an incremental approach for developers who need to extend their business platform to JEE, SOA and E20. This allows Oracle Forms customers to retain their investment in Oracle Forms while leveraging the opportunities offered by complementing technologies.

If you and your customers wonder about the future of your application, join us at this session to find out more about the future of Oracle Forms and evaluate how you can leverage the latest technology offerings by Oracle to stay ahead of the competition.

Agenda

  • Oracle’s Vision and Strategy
  • Upgrade, Modernize or Migrate?
  • New Strategic Technologies
  • Partner ISV Guidelines

Summary - Q&A

Thursday, December 12, 2013

For details and registration please visit the registration page

For more information on Forms Modernization visit the OTN Page

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Thursday Jun 06, 2013

Virtualize and Run Your Forms Applications in the Cloud – Now On Demand

If you missed the Webcast “Virtualize and Run your Forms Applications in the Cloud” by Roger Freixa Vidal and Michael Ferranteyou can now watch it on-demand.

Now you can modernize your Oracle Forms applications by virtualizing them and running them on the cloud. What will it take to do that? Upgrade your applications to Oracle WebLogic Server, the world’s #1 application server. Gain rich new functionality and unparalleled performance while lowering your support costs.
Oracle is committed to the development of forms technology, and Oracle Forms 11g is an essential part of the Oracle Fusion Middleware platform. Join us for this Webcast and learn about:

  • Why and how to upgrade your applications to Oracle Forms 11g running on Oracle WebLogic Server
  • What’s new with Oracle Forms
  • How to virtualize your Oracle Forms applications
  • Advanced migration tools and the portfolio of Oracle Internet Application Server layered products certified with the Oracle WebLogic Server infrastructure

Register for the Webcast today. You can also download the free WebLogic developer license and register for the Simplify Your Upgrades Resource Kit.

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Tuesday Apr 16, 2013

Are you using Oracle Forms?

Are you aware that Forms runs on WebLogic?

Make sure you secure your investment in your Forms Application and modernize them for the future! To learn about the next steps feel free to take the IPT online Forms assessment (German language).


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Tuesday Sep 18, 2012

Oracle Forms: Walking the path to FMW Platform – webcast September 24th 2012

The next 5 year Strategy Preparing for the Next Generation Applications

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Oracle Forms, a component of Oracle Fusion Middleware, is Oracle's long-established technology to design and build enterprise applications quickly and efficiently. Oracle remains committed to the development of this technology, and to the ongoing release as a component of the Oracle platform. This continuing commitment to Forms technology enables you to leverage your existing investment by easily upgrading and integrating existing Oracle Forms applications to take advantage of web technologies and service oriented architectures (SOA). For more information please visit our Forms OTN page.

Agenda

  • Why update? – New business imperatives
  • What is the path?
  • Why walk it with Oracle?
  • Support Lifetime – upgrade to updates
  • Summary

Audience

  • Enterprise & Solution Architects
  • R&D leaders
  • Project Managers and Project Leaders

Delivery Format
This FREE online LIVE eSeminar will be delivered over the Web and Conference Call.
Duration
1 hour

Forms: Walking the path to FMW

September 24th, 2012, 9am BST

Register Here!

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Wednesday Oct 19, 2011

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

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

Registration

Oracle JAVA ADF Modernizing and Development

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


To become a member of the WebLogic Partner Community please register at http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea

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