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and someone told me that <b>I</b> soon will be history ;o)
everything is going to be history one day or other. The question is "When ?"
I think that is is better to read the official information than listening to "someone"<br><br>
If you have the opportunity to lear some J2EE technologies, don't wait, because these news technologies are our future.<br><br></p>
That's right. One day everything is going to be history, that doesn't mean we stop working. Sure, I will keep working on both the technologies as much as I can and the work demands.
In my opinion - it's a shame that "forms" will be history.
There is a lot of behind the scenes stuff that forms does automatically for you - and at the moment - I prefer this.
Doing what we do in our forms - I don't see it happening on web pages - and I would not look forward to doing our trickeries and GUI requirements in a Java application.
We don't do simple customer data entry forms, or take orders. We data entry and process a whole hell of a lot of data and report on it.
My job is solid here for a few more years in forms.. so I'm no fretting. I have a lot of functional system knowledge to get on board for any subsequent rewrites in any other technology of the day.
Right now - Oracle 10g stability (compared to 9i) and the hardware has finally caught up to handling our system sufficiently - Our 3 year hardware upgrade cycle is next year - I could have gotten away suggesting we do nothing and wait another. Things are running really smooth finally.
I am totally agree with you.
I believe that forms with small investments (java) it would have a great potentiality
I didn't actually mean to hurt anybody. Apologise if I have done so. I am personally working on Forms for ages and never want to quit.
And so we are ;o)
You know about PJC, right? (Pluggable Java Components?)
I am totally agree with you.
I believe that forms with small investments (java) it
would have a great potentiality
Oracle have no plans to discontinue development or maintenance of Forms. Oracle Applications will continue to use Forms for at least another 10 years and we have many tens of thousands of customers using Forms for applications with thousands of users all over the world. We would be undermining ourselves if we desupported Forms any time soon.
thats really helping..thanks we are glad to hear that.
You also have the option of working on Forms and J2EE - for example. Forms calling out to web services, BPEL process? or maybe accessing some of your application via HTML or wireless UIs.
I'm amazed that given we all work in the world of computing that people forget there is and AND operator and not just OR. Why choose one when you can choose both! ;o)
Hello Jan !
You can integrate Forms into JDeveloper - maybe like a plugin !?
So we can build hybrid applications ... and this for many many years !
<<You can integrate Forms into JDeveloper - maybe like a plugin !?>>
can we integrate forms in jdeveloper as plungin really ??
how does it work...any link ??
In theory you could but there is not a Forms builder available as a Jdev plug in.
I have been using forms developer for 5+ years, but now i start doing things in j2ee.
I would like to add that, life of any tool must not be so small that developers always keep learning new technique of doing the same thing.
We use forms for fast development and user friendly env. in future there must be some tool with same charactristics, with no significant diff. of code and design, no matter if it is j2ee or something else