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UKOUG Tech16: "Oracle Forms: out of the browser, into the cloud!"
So, Oracle Forms is still alive and kicking and this while browsers are desupporting plugins. In Oracle Forms 12c it's possible to run an application out of the browser. Want to see how?  Co...
Guest lecture on Database Performance
A few weeks ago I got an invitation to give a guest lecture at the "AP Hogeschool" in Antwerp about "Database Performance". I've already presented on conferences and teached som...
Oracle Technology Network
Tim Hall, the man behind Oracle-base.com invited all Oracle bloggers to write a post about their favorite Oracle feature and this as a kind of appreciation of the Oracle Technolgy Network. Or...
Summer Of Technology
It doesn't seems to(it's raining alot in Belgium at the moment), but summer is coming! And summer brings... technology! And that's why Contribute Group presents: Summer Of Technology Summer Of...
Oracle Certified Professional
Today I passed my exam for Oracle PL/SQL Developer Certified Professional(OCP)... Hurray! To be honest it was about time I got this exam done.  I'm working with PL/SQL for about 18 years. I...
ABCS
Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service(ABCS) is generally available now. ABCS is an all-in-one box: software development and database in one service. Oracle ABCS provides a platform to not only...
Oracle Forms 12c
The title of the Contribute event/seminar was "Oracle Forms 12c: Built to last". Indeed, Forms is built to last.  It has been around for over 20 years and it's added to Oracle Fusion...
Oracle Forms 12c
Oracle did an update of the support document for Fusion Middleware. Fusion Middleware 12c(12.2.x) is supported until October 2023(extended support). Of course this includes Forms and Reports!...
Oracle Forms 12c
I can go explain the full installation, but to be honest, I followed the guides of ORACLE-BASE.     These are the guides I followed to install Forms and reports: Oracle Linux 7 ins...
All Things Oracle
I've put the scripts of my All Things Oracle article "About functions, records and result cache" on Oracle Live SQL.  This makes it easier to test the code used in the article....

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