Shay Shmeltzer's Oracle Development Tools Tips

  • September 20, 2008

What to see at OOW for Oracle Forms Developers

Shay Shmeltzer
Director of Product Management - Oracle

If you are an Oracle Forms developer wondering about your future carer path here are some suggestions for sessions at OOW that you might find interesting.

Specifically sessions that I think will help you get over any initial fears you might have about the wonderful world of JDeveloper.

Search them up in the schedule builder and sign up.


Oracle Forms in an SOA World


Oracle Forms as JavaServer Faces Components, Enabling Gradual Migration


Birds Do It: Using Oracle Fusion Application Development Framework to Migrate Forms to Java EE Web--A Case Study


Oracle JHeadstart: Unprecedented Productivity in Developing Rich Oracle Application Development Framework Applications


Oracle JDeveloper with Oracle Application Development Framework and Oracle Fusion Stack: Is It Oracle Forms Developer Yet?


Redeveloping an Oracle Forms Application with Oracle Application Development Framework: A Case Study


Oracle Application Development Framework 11g: New Declarative Validation, List of Values, Search, and Services Features


Simpler Application Development: An Overview of Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle Application Development Framework


RIAs and Web 2.0 Development Made Simple

And some hands-on labs to give you a feel of how JDeveloper development stacks compared to Oracle Forms:


Hands-on Lab: Oracle Fusion Development--The Business Services Layer


Hands-on Lab: Oracle Fusion Development--Creating Web User Interfaces


Hands-on Lab: Building Rich Internet Applications with Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client Components

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Comments ( 3 )
  • virgo Sunday, September 21, 2008
    what is OOW ??
  • shay Sunday, September 21, 2008
    OOW = Oracle OpenWorld - the yearly conference for the Oracle community:
  • Wilfred Sunday, September 21, 2008
    Thanks for mentioning my session on reusing Oracle Forms as JSF components and thereby enabling gradual migration. Although I'm biased I truly feel this could be a key technology for Forms users moving forward. It will allow you to leverage your investment in Oracle Forms by seamlessly integrate existing forms in a JSF application.
    This could be used as a starting point for a migration strategy in which you gradually replace individual (or groups of) Forms with new JSF/ADF pages. There's no need for a big-bang migration or rewrite as with every other solution out there.
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