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  • Introduction Overview This lesson introduces you to the Oracle Forms Developer 10 g : Build Internet Applications course: The objectives that the course intends to meet The topics that it covers How the topics are structured over the duration of the course
  • Course Objectives Course Description In this course, you will learn to build, test, and deploy interactive Internet applications. Working in a graphical user interface (GUI) environment, you will learn how to create and customize forms with user input items such as check boxes, list items, and radio groups. You will also learn how to modify data access by creating event-related triggers, and you will display Forms elements and data in multiple canvases and windows.
  • Course Content The lesson titles show the topics that is covered in this course, and the usual sequence of lessons. However, the daily schedule is an estimate, and may vary for each class.

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  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Objectives
    • After completing this lesson, you should be able to do the following:
      • Identify the course objectives
      • Identify the course content and structure
  • 3. Course Objectives
    • After completing this course, you should be able to do the following:
      • Create form modules including components for database interaction and GUI controls.
      • Display form modules in multiple windows and a variety of layout styles.
      • Test form modules in a Web browser.
      • Debug form modules in a three-tier environment.
  • 4. Course Objectives
      • Implement triggers to:
        • Enhance functionality
        • Communicate with users
        • Supplement validation
        • Control navigation
        • Modify default transaction processing
        • Control user interaction
      • Reuse objects and code
      • Link one form module to another
  • 5. Course Content
    • Day 1
      • Lesson 1: Introduction to Oracle Forms Developer and Oracle Forms Services
      • Lesson 2: Running a Forms Builder Application
      • Lesson 3: Working in the Forms Developer Environment
      • Lesson 4: Creating a Basic Form Module
      • Lesson 5: Creating a Master-Detail Form
      • Lesson 6: Working with Data Blocks and Frames
  • 6. Course Content
    • Day 2
      • Lesson 7: Working with Text Items
      • Lesson 8: Creating LOVs and Editors
      • Lesson 9: Creating Additional Input Items
      • Lesson 10: Creating Noninput Items
  • 7. Course Content
    • Day 3
      • Lesson 11: Creating Windows and Content Canvases
      • Lesson 12: Working with Other Canvas Types
      • Lesson 13: Introduction to Triggers
      • Lesson 14: Producing Triggers
      • Lesson 15: Debugging Triggers
  • 8. Course Content
    • Day 4
      • Lesson 16: Adding Functionality to Items
      • Lesson 17: Run-time Messages and Alerts
      • Lesson 18: Query Triggers
      • Lesson 19: Validation
      • Lesson 20: Navigation
  • 9. Course Content
    • Day 5
      • Lesson 21: Transaction Processing
      • Lesson 22: Writing Flexible Code
      • Lesson 23: Sharing Objects and Code
      • Lesson 24: Using WebUtil to Interact with the Client
      • Lesson 25: Introducing Multiple Form Applications
  • 10.