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Oracle Developer 6i Forms Training

A five-day on-site Course
© 2007-2013 by Burleson Consulting

This course is taught at your Company site with up to 20 students. 

Click here for on-site course prices

Optional supplemental mentoring

 

Key Features

* Learn to display form modules in multiple windows using a variety of layout styles.

* Create form modules, including components for database interaction and graphical user interface (GUI) controls.

* Reuse objects and code.
 
* Create triggers to control validation, navigation and transactions.

* Program function keys and respond to mouse events.
 
* Control windows and canvasses programmatically.

* Design multiple forms applications.

* Implement charts and reports into forms.

  

Course Description

This is an intensive five-day Oracle Developer Forms course that will enable students to develop, implement and deploy internet applications using Oracle's Forms Application. Working in a rapid development environment, students learn how to customize forms through user input items and how to control data access by creating event-related triggers using PL/SQL. 

By the end of the course students will have developed a complete multi-window application that integrates library and menu modules with forms modules. This course will also enable students to develop, implement and deploy internet applications using Oracle's Forms Application.

Working in a rapid development environment, students learn how to customize forms through user input items and how to control data access by creating event-related triggers using PL/SQL. By the end of the course students will have developed a complete multi-window application that integrates library and menu modules with forms modules.

Book Recommended

  Oracle Forms Developer: The Complete Training Course

Benjamin Rosenzweig, Baman Motivala, Ben Rosenzweig

Prentice Hall, $69.95

ISBN: 0130321249

Audience

This course is designed for practicing Oracle professionals who have basic experience with Oracle. Prior experience with Oracle is not required, but experience using Oracle database is highly desirable.

Curriculum Design

This Oracle Developer 6i Forms Training was designed by Donald K. Burleson. A retired Adjunct Professor Emeritus, Burleson has taught hundreds of Oracle classes and developed Oracle curriculums for several major universities. Author of more than 30 bestselling Oracle books, Burleson was chosen by Oracle Press to write five officially authorized books. Burleson Consulting instructors offer decades of real world DBA experience in Oracle features, and they will share their secrets and techniques for Oracle Developer 6i Forms Training this intense Oracle Developer 6i Forms Training.

 



Oracle Developer 6i Forms Training
A five-day on-site Course

SYLLABUS

© 2007-2013 by Donald K. Burleson

 

1. The student will create form modules, including components for database interaction and graphical user interface (GUI) controls by:

a. creating data blocks and relationships as source data for retrieval and display.

b. creating input items: text, list, checkbox, radio group and buttons.

c. creating non-input items: display, image, sound, and buttons

d. defining item values in their respective property palette.

 

2. The student will display form modules in multiple windows using a variety of layout styles by:

a. creating forms with multiple window and content canvases.

b. saving and running a form module using designer and runtime executables.

c. developing a tabular, and group layout form.

d. identifying characteristics of each forms file storage type.
 

3. The student will reuse objects and code, link one form module to another, and implement triggers by:

a. creating program units and learning to create and attach program unit libraries.

b. using Oracle built-in packages, calendars and timers.

c. writing application triggers for various form events.

 

4. The student will be able to create triggers to control validation, navigation and transactions by:

a. writing query triggers to override the default query process.

b. writing navigation triggers to override the default navigation process

c. writing transaction triggers to override the default transaction process.
 

5. The student will program function keys and respond to mouse events by:

 a.   redefining function keys and determining when key triggers should be used or avoided.

b.   coordinating function keys with interface controls.

c.   causing a form module to respond to mouse movement.

d.   causing a form module to respond to mouse button actions.


6. The student will control windows and canvasses programmatically by:

            a.   creating trigger code to interact with windows.

            b.   controlling coded events and methods.

 

7. The student will design multiple forms applications by:

            a.   building robust multiple form transactions.

            b.   choosing between different ways of invoking forms.

            c.   passing data between forms using parameter lists.

d.   passing values between forms using global variables.

e.   enhancing the default menu.

f.    adding basic menu items and context menus.

 

8.  The student will implement charts and reports into forms by:

            a.   embedding charts into a form module using the Chart Wizard.

            b.   incorporating existing graphic displays in a form module.

            c.   creating and invoking reports in a form using the Report Wizard.

            d.   controlling a report programmatically in a form.

 

This is a BC Oracle training course (c) 2007-2013

 

   

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