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Step one: Java is not an acronym, just Java.
If you have no Java experience you should get the basics first, before you dive into developing database applications. This is Oracle's Java tuorial page: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/reallybigindex.html
Hello friend. Excuse my rather withdrawn answers, but you are getting the same answers as so many people before you have gotten. Take them as an eye opener (or I prefer: brain-widener), do not take offense please.
Kam_oracle_apex wrote:Web applications tend to be used for this purpose, much like you were using Apex previously.
Can you please tell me how can i create database application like form designing,
inserting data in oracle databaseYou write code to do it. You can use a low level API like JDBC to execute plain queries, or you can use a higher level ORM framework to work from the perspective of a hierarchical object model in stead of flat tables
triggers handlingDatabases handle triggers, not applications
report designing etc.??You use the right tool for the job, of which there are many
any helpful website?Google
where should i start?A book about Java! Amazon user reviews are an excellent guide to know which ones are good and might fit you personally.
Your very, very first step is to make a 100% switch in the way you think though. You are NOT going to be creating "database applications". You are going to be creating applications which utilize databases. The application's business logic is the lead, not the database. If you cannot make that change in the way you think, you are going to fail into adopting software engineering through a development platform such as Java.
Many many thanks All of you.