Mobilizing Oracle Forms - the Art of the Possible!

A couple of weeks ago I posted on LinkedIn about A New Interest in Oracle Forms which talked about the possibilities of building new mobile use cases on top of existing Oracle Forms business logic exposed through Oracle Mobile Cloud Serivce.

This really piqued interest because whilst Oracle Forms underpins so many business today, its not something that is viewed as modern or "dynamic". But the possibility to expose existing Forms logic out to new mobile clients really opens up limitless possibilities.

Because of the great response and to further explain the possibilities and the technology behind mobilizing Oracle Forms, I developed 4 videos on Forms Mobilization. which are published on our official Oracle Mobile Platform YouTube channel.

The videos I created are:

This should give you a better insight on the possibilities of mobilizing Oracle Forms, the architecture of the solution using Oracle MCS and the Auraplayer connector, how you expose Forms logic as web services without changing a single line of code, and a demo of the solution in action.

You can also check out our up and coming webinar on March 31st at 10:30 AM Pacific/1:30 PM Eastern

Co-hosted by Mia Urman, CEO Auraplayer and Suhas Uliyar, VP of Mobile Product Strategy, Oracle.

The technology is here, you just have to imagine the possibilities!

Image courtesy of adamr at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Comments:

Which version of Forms And Report is supported to be integrated with MCS?

Posted by Andrea on May 09, 2016 at 08:38 AM PDT #

The "smart" thing to do is move to at least 11g Forms although earlier versions COULD work - the limitations is not actually on MCS - it doesn't mind. For for reasons of support and the Auraplayer tool etc I'd advise getting on 11

Posted by guest on May 09, 2016 at 08:42 AM PDT #

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