As stated in out Statement of Direction, Oracle Application Express 3.2 will introduce an Oracle Forms Converter tool. This tool will capture the design of existing Oracle Forms applications and automatically translate many of the main components. Other components, such as complex triggers, will need to be manually converted from client-side PL/SQL to server-side PL/SQL.
On September 10th, I'll give a live preview of this tool at the 6th Annual New York City Metro Area Oracle Users Group Day. Registration is open to members and non-members, so please stop by if you’re in the area:
Friday, August 29, 2008
Thursday, August 14, 2008
In case you haven't read about this already on other APEX Blog sites, we're currently conducting a short survey to determine how customers integrate Oracle Application Express with the Oracle eBusiness Suite. As Joel Kallman was explaining on his blog, the purpose of this is to gather evidence with the eventual goal of formally legitimizing the use of Oracle Application Express with the Oracle eBusiness Suite. So if you are using Oracle Application Express to integrate with the Oracle eBusiness Suite, please visit David's blog here, and take this one page survey.