How Will You Build Your Next System

This article by Paul Dorsey was part of a presentation given in 2012 at the IOUG Collaborate conference. With the popularity of Object-Oriented (OO) technology and web-based development at the turn of the century, we moved into a world with more questions than answers. The open

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The Challenge of Converting Oracle Forms to ADF (or other J2EE)

“How do I convert my Oracle Forms applications to…?” I have been getting this kind of question ever since JDeveloper 3.0 was released. As soon as BC4J (now ADF BC) was created, we started seeing the handwriting on the wall.

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Installing Oracle 32b Development tools in Windows 7

If you are trying to install some of the Oracle Development Tools (Oracle Forms, Oracle Reports, Oracle Designer) in a Windows 7 environment and you need access to the Registry, you can find those entries by using regedit in the

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Oracle Developer: Advanced Forms and Reports

Oracle Developer: Advanced Forms and Reports Authors Peter Koletzke, Paul Dorsey Description Develop powerful web-based and client/server applications in record time. Maximize the power of Oracle Developer to create sophisticated, flexible, and user-friendly database applications. This unique guide contains an invaluable

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