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    • <Insert Picture Here> Application Express Andrew Clarke Nirmal Grewal Senior Technology Consultant Technology Sales Representative andrew.clarke@oracle.com nirmal.grewal@oracle.com
    • Agenda 1 INTRODUCTION 2 COMMON PROBLEMS 3 ARCHITECHTURE 4 DEMONSTRATION 5 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
    • Oracle Application Express (APEX) Database-centric Web applications • Business Solution to produce Web Applications, Interactive Reports and much more • Over 30 Packaged Applications (and plug-ins) • Document Manager • Online Store • Sales Forecasting • Leverages full Oracle database capabilities • Wizard built applications that are fast and secure • Completely Browser based access Easy to create • Easy to use • Easy to manage
    • Agenda 1 INTRODUCTION 2 COMMON PROBLEMS 3 ARCHITECHTURE 4 DEMONSTRATION 5 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
    • Problem – Managing Data Spreadsheets and Personal Databases • Multiple sources of truth • Reports generated from partial truth • Manual collation from different sources • No controls over who sees the information
    • Solution Oracle Application Express  Centrally managed Data x Fragmented Collaboration Environment x Web unfriendly Data Accuracy x Inconsistent Reporting  Backed-up x Inefficient utilization of IT  Secure x Vulnerable / Easily copied
    • Agenda 1 INTRODUCTION 2 COMMON PROBLEMS 3 ARCHITECHTURE 4 DEMONSTRATION 5 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
    • Architecture • Integrated within the database 9iR2, 10g, 11g • Supports all Oracle DB operating systems • Uses Embedded PL/SQL Gateway or Apache with mod_plsql
    • Multi-Tenant Hosting • Allows IT to manage Database services • Self-service provisioning of workspaces • Example: Free hosted development service at http://apex.oracle.com
    • Functionality Reports Validations Translation Services Forms Processes Conditional Processing Charts Computations Authentication Calendar Branches Authorization Templates Web Services Session State Management Navigation Email Services Logging & Monitoring
    • APEX 4.0 • Web Sheets • Improved Charting • Maps – Spatial data • Team Development • Project Management
    • Agenda 1 INTRODUCTION 2 COMMON PROBLEMS 3 ARCHITECHTURE 4 DEMONSTRATION 5 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
    • Exercises 1. Connect to apex.oracle.com Workspace 2. Create Application from spreadsheet 3. Explore Application functionality 4. Customize and enhance Application 5. Import Packaged Application 6. APEX 4.0 (beta environment)
    • Agenda 1 INTRODUCTION 2 COMMON PROBLEMS 3 ARCHITECHTURE 4 WORKSHOP OVERVIEW 5 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
    • More Information General Information http://otn.oracle.com/apex Hosted Development http://apex.oracle.com Packaged Applications http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/database/application_expr ess/packaged_apps/packaged_apps.html
    • Next Steps • Upcoming Webinars • Flash Back - what in the world is it? June 9 2010 • Disaster Recovery - June 23 2010 • Data Replication with Golden Gate & Data Loading with Oracle Data Integrator - July 7 2010 • Database Resource Management - July 21 2010 • http://otn.oracle.com/database • Follow OracleDirect ANZ on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/OracleDirectANZ • Or our blog http://blogs.oracle.com/techtalk