Oracle Forms Project Based

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This is a course designed for startup programmers venturing as a programmer and to gain live hands on experiance on oracle Forms to enable them to develop custom application usinf Oracle Forms. This course enables a students to build a sample forms  for any live application using a various  of GUI controls and features of Oracle forms. They also learn to work with the cosmetics of the application to develop an high end user friendly interface and also work with OOPS. 

This Course Enables The Stundent To Learn :

  • How To Use Oracle Forms Builder For Application Development
  • Use of various GUI controls for developing User friendly interface
  • Ability to write pre defined event driven trigger for functionality of application
  • Work with display messages and validational techniques in forms
  • How to use WebUtil packages provided by oracle

 

DURATION 

TRAINING                               2 MONTHS

LIVE PROJECT PROJECT     2 MONTHS


COURSE TRAINING CONTENT

Developing Basic Form Module

  • Creating a New Form Module From Scratch
  • Working With Data Bocks in Foms
  • Saving and Compiling a Form Module
  • Generating Documentation

Creating a Master-Detail Form 

  • Creating Data Blocks with Relationships
  • Running a Master-Detail Form Module
  • Modifying the Structure of a Data Block
  • Modifying the Layout of a Data Block

Working Data Blocks and Frames

  • Managing Object Properties
  • Creating Visual Attributes
  • Controlling the Behavior and Appearance of Data Blocks
  • Controlling Frame Properties
  • Displaying Multiple Property Palettes
  • Setting Properties on Multiple Objects
  • Copying Properties
  • Creating Control Blocks

Working with Text Items

  • Creating a Text Item
  • Modifying the Appearance of a Text Item
  • Controlling the Data of a Text Item
  • Altering the Navigational Behavior of a Text Item
  • Enhancing the Relationship between Text Item and Database
  • Adding Functionality to a Text Item
  • Displaying Helpful Messages

Creating LOVs and Editors

  • LOVs and Record Groups
  • Creating an LOV Manually
  • Using the LOV Wizard to Create an LOV
  • Setting LOV Properties
  • LOV Column Mapping
  • Defining an Editor
  • Setting Editor Properties
  • Associating an Editor with a Text Item

Creating Additional Input Items

  • Input Items Overview
  • Creating a Check Box
  • Creating a List Item
  • Creating a Radio Group

Creating Noninput Items

  • Noninput Items Overview
  • Creating a Display Item
  • Creating an Image Item
  • Creating a Push Button
  • Creating a Calculated Item
  • Creating a Hierarchical Tree Item
  • Creating a Bean Area Item

Creating Windows and Content Canvases

  • Displaying a Form Module in Multiple Windows
  • Creating a New Window
  • Displaying a Form Module on Multiple Layouts
  • Creating a New Content Canvas

Working with Other Canvas Types

  • Overview of Canvas Types
  • Creating a Stacked Canvas
  • Creating a Toolbar
  • Creating a Tab Canvas

Producing and Debugging Triggers

  • Trigger Overview
  • Creating Triggers in Forms Builde
  • Specifying Execution Hierarchy
  • PL/SQL Editor Features
  • Using the Database Trigger Editor
  • Using Variables in Triggers
  • Adding Functionality with Built-in Subprograms
  • Using the Forms Debugger

Adding Functionality to Items

  • Coding Item Interaction Triggers
  • Interacting with Noninput Items

Displaying Run-Time Messages and Alerts

  • Built-Ins and Handling Errors
  • Controlling System Messages
  • The FORM_TRIGGER_FAILURE Exception
  • Triggers for Intercepting System Messages
  • Creating and Controlling Alerts
  • Handling Server Errors

Using Query Triggers

  • Query Processing Overview
  • SELECT Statements Issued During Query Processing
  • Setting WHERE and ORDER BY clauses and ONETIME_WHERE property
  • Writing Query Triggers
  • Query Array Processing
  • Coding Triggers for Enter-Query Mode
  • Overriding Default Query Processing
  • Obtaining Query Information at Run Time

Validating User Input

  • Validation Process
  • Controlling Validation by Using Properties
  • Controlling Validation by Using Triggers
  • Performing Client-Side Validation with PJCs
  • Tracking Validation Status
  • Using Built-ins to Control When Validation Occurs

Controlling Navigation

  • Using Object Properties to Control Navigation
  • Writing Navigation Triggers
  • Avoiding the Navigation Trap
  • Using Navigation Built-Ins in Triggers

Overriding or Supplementing Transaction Processing

  • Transaction Processing Overview
  • Using Commit Triggers
  • Testing the Results of Trigger DML
  • DML Statements Issued during Commit Processing
  • Overriding Default Transaction Processing
  • Getting and Setting the Commit Status
  • Implementing Array DML

Writing Flexible Code

  • What is Flexible Code?
  • Using System Variables for Flexible Coding
  • Using Built-in Subprograms for Flexible Coding
  • Copying and Subclassing Objects and Code
  • Referencing Objects by Internal ID
  • Referencing Items Indirectly

Sharing Objects and Code

  • Benefits of Reusable Objects and Code
  • Working with Property Classes
  • Working with Object Groups
  • Copying and Subclassing Objects and Code
  • Working with Object Libraries
  • Working with SmartClasses
  • Reusing PL/SQL
  • Working with PL/SQL Libraries

Using WebUtil to Interact with the Client

  • Benefits of WebUtil
  • Integrating WebUtil into a Form
  • Interacting with the Client

Introducing Multiple Form Applications

  • Multiple Form Applications Overview
  • Starting Another Form Module
  • Defining Multiple Form Functionality
  • Sharing Data among Modules

 

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