Somehow it is already almost time for Oracle OpenWorld again; time flies when you’re talking about modernizing Oracle Forms to mobile and cloud :)
I hope by now you have all registered for my session with Michael Ferrante, “Oracle Forms Sneak Peak.” Our session offers a preview of what Oracle has planned for the future of Forms. Come and learn how these new features can improve your application and learn the benefits of upgrading and modernizing (more...)
Once again the ADF PMs have been hard at work to provide us all with great training content. This time in the form of a full online course.
Oracle University has begun the First Global Teach of the Oracle Middleware 12c: Build Rich Client Applications with ADF course online.
This course covers all the useful features of ADF Business Components including how to build and test reusable business services. After creating the application they drill (more...)
This year at the Kscope conference we started hearing more and more customers saying they were migrating away from Oracle Forms. Many had not started planning or even thought about what such a project entails but the declarations were loud and clear: “We are migrating our Forms system to ______<plug in development tool of choice… ADF…Java…HTML…Net>”. It was as if they were following some trend of what they thought they were supposed to be saying but no one (more...)
So as always we begin with the basics, be sure to checkout the AuraPlayer family photo album of all of you who joined us for a toast throughout Kscope14. My Kscope in pictures.
You can revisit the slides from my sessions here:
Bring Your Legacy Applications to the Mobile World : Tips and tricks on how to begin your Mobile journey.
Experts Panel: Should I Migrate My Oracle Forms Applications? Experts Panel that addressed the future (more...)
With Kscope14 only a week away, I wanted to share a unique opportunity with my readers. This year Oracle Product Manager, Michael Ferrante, is going to be answering questions about modernizing with Oracle Forms at the AuraPlayer booth (#414). If you are concerned about the future of your Oracle Forms investment or if you are unsure how to update, modernize or go mobile, then you can start discussing these challenges directly with Oracle.
Michael will be available to (more...)
With Kscope14 fast approaching next week it’s time to stat preparing your agendas so you don’t miss out on any of the amazing opportunities or the fun that’s available! Of course most of the fun will be at the AuraPlayer booth #414. I invite any of my readers to come on down for a toast and to get one of our one-of-a-kind shotglasses.
MY TOP 11 ADF KSCOPE 14 SESSIONS
Now back to business. The (more...)
Back in January in collaboration with Oracle and PITSS, we conducted an “Evolution of Oracle Forms” customer survey. The aim of this poll was to determine the current needs and trends of the Forms community in terms of features, content, and how you’re looking to move forward. The survey also asked about what technologies you have begun to integrate with or new platforms you are deploying to. Especially exciting was having Oracle Forms Product Manager, Michael Ferrante, on board to (more...)
Being a woman in technology, the effort to get more females involved is one very close to my heart. The goal is to help entice more women to join this sector and encourage the ones who are in it to step up and speak out. There are a lot of amazing ways women can get involved and promote themselves in IT.
One way to connect and support other women is to join the UKOUG Women in IT (more...)
Last month AuraPlayer created and distributed the “Evolution of Forms” survey in conjunction with Oracle product management and PITSS. The responses about how people use Forms now and their plans for the future gave us great insight into how Forms and its users are evolving. Based on the responses AuraPlayer wants to share some new content. AuraPlayer CEO, Mia Urman, and Oracle Forms Product Manager, Michael Ferrante, have collaborated to host this webinar at the end (more...)
As more companies upgrade to 11g, improving performance and stability of the Forms systems becomes even more challenging. Since your Forms applications are the key to your business, so how can you make them live up their potential?
Join me on Tuesday, April 1st at 1pm for a FREE webcast on the Five Pillars of Performance of Oracle Forms. Alongside with Bill Blundon, CMO of Correlsense, I will be presenting on how to take (more...)
If you are working with Oracle software as a developer, DBA or application server administrator, you should read the new OTech Magazine.
The Winter 2014 issue is almost a book: 136 pages of high-quality technology articles by some of the leading experts in their respective fields. My contribution is the article “From Requirements to Tool Choice” about how to choose the right Oracle development tools (ADF, APEX, or Forms).
And did I mention it (more...)
Here one day before deadline, I have entered almost my entire current catalog of presentations for consideration in the Oracle OpenWorld 2013 agenda. One new for this year: “Worst Oracle ADF Project Ever”
If you would like me to speak at one of your events, the following are the presentations (more...)
Even though this question has been asked and answered a million times, it still pops up on various forums regularly. It’s not that difficult:
If you end up on the right-hand side of this flowchart, you start at the JDeveloper ADF Getting Started Guide to learn ADF.
If you end (more...)
Oracle (Grant Ronald) published today (15th March 2012) an updated Statement of Direction for Oracle Forms and Reports.
The major statement within this Statement of Direction is:
Oracle has no plan to discontinue support of Oracle Forms. Furthermore, a new version of Forms, Oracle Forms 12c, is planned for delivery (more...)
A customer of mine who deploys Oracle Forms 10g on the wild wild web, ran into a little problem.
They don't have control over the java plugin being installed on the client machine and with the latest java 1.7 update
they encountered the following forms error :
FRM-92095: Oracle Jnitiator version too low - please install version 184.108.40.206 or higher
Doh - we're running java 1.7 - not Oracle's obscure Jnitiator.
This seems to be a know issue on metalink see
FRM-92095 Error When Running Forms Using JRE 7 (JRE 1.7) [ID 1348436.1]
Last week you could read in my blog post "Oracle Forms 11g Release 2 (220.127.116.11.0) available
" that Oracle Forms 11g Release 2 is available for Linux x86 and Windows x86. Now Oracle released also the Linux x86-64 version of Oracle Forms & Reports 11g (more...)
Oracle released the latest version of Oracle Forms 11g Release 2 (18.104.22.168.0) for Windows x86 and Linux x86 today.
The download can be found under: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/forms/downloads/index.html
There is also a short new features paper available under http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/forms/forms11gr2newfeatures-497502-en-gb.pdf
The necessary installation documentation can be found under http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E24269_01/index.htm
I’ll be speaking at the Oracle User Group Norway Spring Conference, April 14 to 16. This great conference takes place on a cruise ship sailing from Oslo to Kiel and back. My topics will be
- What’s Hot and What’s Not – An Overview of Oracle Development Tools
- Forms to (more...)
At the UKOUG conference in Birmingham, I gave a presentation entitled “Life After Forms” for people wondering what to do about their Forms applications. The reason that people consider this is of course that the talk in the Oracle community tend to concentrate on the two new options: ADF Faces (more...)