From the Back Cover
HANDS ON ORACLE FORMS video training from expert instructors.
See it, hear it, do it! Based upon courses at Columbia University's prestigious "Database Application Development and Design" program, we start with 4 1/2 hours of QuickTime video instruction ... then add step-by-step digital videos, real-world labs, exercises, projects, and tips n' tricks to cover every aspect of Oracle Forms development.
Includes the best-selling Oracle Forms Interactive Workbook. This innovative workbook teaches all of the Oracle Forms skills you needwithout the endless, boring discussions of most books. Integrated with the book's tutorials are hands-on practical exercises, self-review questions, and real-world labs. "Test Your Thinking" projects guarantee that you'll go beyond rote knowledge to really master the subject.
"This book is a rare find. It is by far the best book for someone new to forms. It walks you through the step-by-step creation of an Oracle Form. The presentation is solid and easy to follow."Video Lectures Lecture 1 Concepts and Objects Lecture 2 Wizards and Files Lecture 3 The Development Environment Lecture 4 Master-Detail Forms Lecture 5 Items Lecture 6 Triggers and Built-Ins Lecture 7 LOVs and Alerts Lecture 8 Canvases and Windows Lecture 9 Reusable Objects Lecture 10 Reusable Code Lecture 11 Multiple-Form Applications Lecture 12 Oracle Forms and Oracle Reports Lecture 13 Forms Menus Key Topics
Covers every key Oracle Forms technique and concept:
- Oracle Forms development environment
- Form Builder
- Reusable objects and code
- Forms triggers and alerts
- Sophisticated multiple-form applications
- Integration with Oracle Reports
SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR All developers of Oracle-based Web, e-Business, query, and data entry applicationsPrerequisites
A basic understanding of the Oracle 7/8/8i database, SQL, PL/SQL, and database design
About the Author
Benjamin Rosenzweig, a principal consultant for Oracle Corporation, and Series Technical Advisor Douglas Scherer are instructors at the Columbia University School of Continuing Education, specializing in database development and management.
Baman Motivala, formerly an Oracle Tools employee and Oracle Forms instructor, now lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden.