Scaling Oracle Application Express for large systems projects
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Insider tips for Oracle Application Express
APEX has become a wildly popular system
development platform and Oracle has always emphasized how APEX
can be used to quickly create working applications. However,
can easily be extended into a fully robust tool that can be used to
deploy super sophisticated systems.
This presentation will show little-known
techniques for performing complex screen interfaces and leveraging
Java and special techniques for large scale systems development.
Topics will include cascading menu’s, dynamic
included content, updateable repeating display and much more.
- See how APEX can be used for large-scale
- Create and embed Java extensions into APEX
- Understand how to embed and re-use static
- Learn how to implement sophisticated
Apex is a hot technology and this paper will
show real examples from a large ERP application, all developed in
Oracle Speaker Bio:
Don Burleson is considered one of the world’s
top experts in Oracle. He is very active in the Oracle community
and has written 32 books, published more than 100 articles in
National Magazines, a popular lecturer and teacher who is a frequent
speaker at OracleWorld and other international database
conferences. As a corporate database consultant, Don has worked
with numerous Fortune 500 corporations creating robust database
architectures for mission-critical systems. Don is also a noted
expert on eCommerce systems, and has instrumental in the development
of numerous Web-based systems that support thousands of concurrent
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