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This course will teach students to develop and deploy Internet applications using Oracle9i Forms. (see full course description)


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Training Course Syllabus:

This course teaches you to develop and deploy Internet applications using Oracle9i Forms. Working in a rapid development environment, participants learn how to customize forms through user input items and how to control data access by creating event-related triggers. In this practical course, you also learn how to test and debug your Web applications through the Forms environment.

·  Web Application Developers
·  Applications Developer

·  Create form modules, including components for database interaction and GUI controls
·  Display form modules in multiple windows using a variety of layout styles
·  Link one form module to another
·  Implement triggers
·  Reuse objects and code
·  Test form modules in a Web browser
·  Debug form modules in a 3-tier environment

Required Prerequisites
 ·  Introduction to Oracle9i: SQL, PL/SQL, and SQL*Plus
 ·  Oracle9i: Program with PL/SQL

 ·  1Z0-141 : Oracle9i Forms Developer: Build Internet Applications

    1. Introduction to Oracle Forms Developer and Oracle Forms Services
      1. Internet Computing Solutions
      2. What Is the Oracle9i Internet Platform?
      3. Oracle9iAS Architecture and Components
      4. Forms Services Architecture
      5. Oracle9iDS Components
      6. Oracle9i Forms Developer Key Features
      7. Forms Builder Components
      8. Navigating the Forms Builder Interface
    2. Running a Forms Developer Application
      1. Running a Form
      2. Web Form Tester
      3. Starting a Run Time Session
      4. What are the Forms Servlet and Listener Servlet?
      5. What Is the Forms Client?
      6. Defining Forms Environment Variables
      7. What You See at Run Time
      8. Identifying the Data Elements
    3. Working in the Forms Developer Environment
      1. Forms Builder Key Features
      2. Forms Developer Executables
      3. Forms Builder, Forms Compiler
      4. Invoking Forms Executables
      5. Forms Builder Module Types
      6. Forms Builder Module Object Hierarchy
      7. Testing a Form with the Run Form button
      8. Starting OC4J
    4. Creating a Basic Form Module
      1. Creating a New Form Module
      2. Creating and modifying a New Data Block
      3. Modifying the Layout
      4. Template Forms
      5. Saving and Compiling a Form Module
      6. Deploying a Form Module
      7. Moving the Form to the Middle Tier
      8. Generating on the Middle Tier
    5. Working with Data Blocks and Frames
      1. Managing Object Properties
      2. Re-entrant Wizards
      3. Layout Editor
      4. Property Palette
      5. Controlling the Behavior of Data Blocks
      6. Setting Navigation and Database Properties
      7. Controlling the Appearance of Data Blocks
      8. Setting Record, Scrollbar and Frame Properties
    6. Working with Text Items
      1. Creating a Text Item
      2. Modifying Appearance
      3. Controlling the Data of a Text Item
      4. Altering the Navigational Behavior of a Text Item
      5. Enhancing the Relationship between Text Item and Database
      6. Adding Functionality
      7. Displaying Helpful Messages
    7. Creating LOVs and Editors
      1. LOVs and Record Groups
      2. Creating an LOV
      3. LOV Properties
      4. Creating an Editor
      5. Setting Editor Properties
      6. Associating an Editor with a Text Item
    8. Creating Additional Input Items
      1. Creating a Check Box
      2. Setting Check Box Properties
      3. Creating a List Item
      4. Setting List Item Properties
      5. Creating a Radio Group
      6. Setting Radio Group Properties
    9. Creating Noninput Items
      1. Creating a Display Item
      2. Creating an Image Item
      3. Setting Image Item Properties
      4. Creating a Push Button
      5. Setting Button Properties
      6. Creating a Calculated Item
      7. Setting Calculated Item Properties
      8. Creating a Hierarchical Tree Item
    10. Creating Windows and Content Canvases
      1. What Are Windows and Canvases?
      2. Relationship between Windows and Content Canvases
      3. Displaying a Form Module in Multiple Windows
      4. Creating a Window
      5. Setting Window Properties
      6. Displaying a Form Module on Multiple Layouts
      7. Creating a New Content Canvas
      8. Setting Content Canvas Properties
    11. Working with Other Canvas Types
      1. Overview of Canvas Types
      2. Creating a Stacked Canvas
      3. Setting Stacked Canvas Properties
      4. Setting Toolbar Properties
      5. Creating a Toolbar Canvas
      6. Creating a Tab Canvas
      7. Setting Tab Canvas Properties
    12. Introduction to Triggers
      1. Trigger Components
      2. Type, Code and Scope
      3. Trigger Execution Hierarchy
    13. Producing Triggers
      1. Creating Triggers
      2. Setting Trigger Properties
      3. PL/SQL Editor Features
      4. Database Trigger Editor Features
      5. Writing Trigger Code
      6. Adding Functionality with Built-in Subprograms
      7. Using Triggers
    14. Debugging Triggers
      1. The Debugging Process
      2. The Debug Console
      3. Call Stack
      4. Variables
      5. Watch List
      6. Form Values
      7. PL/SQL Packages
      8. Global/System Variables
    15. Adding Functionality to Items
      1. Item Interaction Triggers
      2. Defining Functionality for Input Items
      3. Interacting with Check Boxes
      4. Changing List Items at Run Time
      5. Defining Functionality for Noninput Items
      6. Displaying LOVs from Buttons
      7. Populating Image Items
      8. Populating Hierarchical Trees
    16. Runtime Messages and Alerts
      1. Runtime Messages and Alerts Overview
      2. Built-Ins and Handling Errors
      3. Controlling System Messages
      4. The FORM_TRIGGER_FAILURE Exception
      5. Triggers for Intercepting System Messages
      6. Creating and Controlling Alerts
      7. Handling Errors Raised by the Oracle Database Server
    17. Query Triggers
      1. Query Processing Overview
      2. SELECT Statements Issued During Query Processing
      3. WHERE and ORDER BY clauses
      4. The ONETIME_WHERE property
      5. Writing Query Triggers
      6. Query Array Processing
      7. Coding Triggers for Enter-Query Mode
      8. Overriding Default Query Processing
    18. Validation
      1. Validation Process
      2. Controlling Validation Using Properties
      3. Form-level Properties
      4. Block-level Properties
      5. Item-level Properties
      6. Controlling Validation Using Triggers
      7. When-Validate-Item Trigger
      8. When-Validate-Record Trigger
    19. Navigation
      1. Navigation Overview
      2. Understanding Internal Navigation
      3. Controlling Navigation Using Object Properties
      4. Writing Navigation Triggers
      5. Using Pre- and Post- Triggers
      6. Using When-New-<object>-Instance Triggers
      7. The Navigation Trap
      8. Using Navigation Built-Ins in Triggers
    20. Transaction Processing
      1. Transaction Processing Overview
      2. The Commit Sequence of Events
      3. Characteristics of Commit Triggers
      4. Common Uses of Commit Triggers
      5. The Life of an Update
      6. Delete Validation
      7. Assigning Sequence Numbers
      8. Keeping an Audit Trail
    21. Writing Flexible Code
      1. Using System Variables for Flexible Coding
      2. Using Built-in Subprograms for Flexible Coding
      3. Referencing Objects by Internal ID
      4. Referencing Items Indirectly
    22. Sharing Objects and Code
      1. Benefits of Reusable Objects and Code
      2. What Are Property Classes?
      3. Creating a Property Class
      4. Inheriting from a Property Classes
      5. What Are Object Groups?
      6. Creating and Using Object Groups
      7. Copying and Subclassing Objects and Code
      8. What is an Object Library

    Seminar Summary:

    This course will teach students to develop and deploy Internet applications using Oracle9i Forms. (see full course description)

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