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PPTOracle 11g for Developers: What you need to know

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

New features of the Oracle database geared to developers will be discussed and demonstrated. Attendees will be introduced to the new and improved features of Oracle11g that directly impact application development. Special emphasis is placed on features that can reduce development time, make development simpler, improve performance, or speed deployment. Specific topics include: New SQL functions, Regular Expression improvements, virtual columns, new XMLType options, XML indexing improvements, SQL pivot statements, JDBC improvements, PL/SQL syntax enhancements, PL/SQL compiler, trigger improvements, PL/SQL Result Cache, and Materialized View improvements. Attendees will be better equipped to create new applications or modify existing applications to take full advantage of Oracle11g. Oracle 11gR2 features will be discussed if Oracle has released Oracle 11gR2 prior to the conference.

PDFOracle ADF a practical Development lifecycle guide

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Tying together source control (Subversion), build tools (Ant), continuous integration tools (cruisecontrol, Hudson), and test tools (Selenium) to develop, build, and test your Oracle ADF application. This session will discuss ways to organise your Application in source control, ways to reduce mis-merges and conflicts while working in source control, and how to get the whole thing built and tested in a reliable automated way.

PPTOracle APEX Forms conversion

Published: 22.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

With the introduction of the Forms to Apex converter within APEX, does this sound the death knell for Oracle Forms? In this presentation we will look at how Oracle Forms and APEX differ and try to address the following: * Can we do a gradual migration from Forms to APEX and would we want to? * Can we integrate the two products together rather than migrate? * Is APEX up to the job of an Oracle Forms applications? * And some more to boot.

PDF11g features for Developers

Published: 15.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Sick of tired of all those session explaining low level DBA kernel mutex latch acquisition notification context switching blah blah blah ..... Then take a step back into the real world, where real work gets done by real developers, with the real cool features in 11g

PDFBI Publisher - A tool for the Business user or the Developer?

Published: 15.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

This product’s roots are from the E-Business Suite arena, BI Publisher is the cornerstone of Oracle’s Business Intelligence Publishing and Reporting capability. Within this Presentation I will try to push forward an idea that BI Publisher is a Rapid Report Development tool that allows both the Business user and the Developer To work seamlessly in developing and publishing a cutting edge report . I will try to present the clear distinction between what aspects of the development that the business user with little or no technical background can achieve and the area that is best left for the technically minded

ZIPChoose your weapon - An overview of Oracle Development Tools

Published: 15.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

This presentation examines all of the important development tools and technologies available from Oracle today, discussing the strong and weak points of each: - Application Express (PL/SQL and wizard-based); - Application Development Framework, ADF (middle tier components, built with JDeveloper wizards); - ADF Faces for Web applications (used by Oracle for Fusion applications); - ADF Swing for desktop applications (allows rich Desktop applications like those built with Forms); - Oracle Forms (the classical Oracle development tool. Client/server deployment no longer supported. Version 11g is coming, containing better web integration); - Oracle Portal (the first Oracle portal product. Contains both application development framework and basic content management. Today in “Continue & Converge” category); - Oracle WebCenter (Oracle’s strategic portal product, bundled with sophisticated Web Content Management). The presentation is concluded with a “hot or not” summary of which application development approaches you can expect to be using in the coming years.

PDFIt's great to integrate: Integrating Oracle Forms within Oracle Application Express

Published: 15.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

This presentation covers Apex 3.2: Forms conversion and the challenges of converting: Simple Forms (60%), Moderate Forms (30%), and (Very) complex forms (10%).

PDFJDeveloper, ADF and SOA - Guus Ramackers

Published: 11.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Using SOA alongside JDeveloper

PDFTo Restore or Not – Crash Recovery Without Restoring

Published: 08.02.2010 - This document is restricted to members

Arnoud Roth provides an update on the engaging subject of document restoration.

DOCInterview with Cliff Godwin

Published: 25.01.2010 - This document is restricted to members

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