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Oracle Forms Online Training

Oracle Forms Online Training

  • ABOUT THE COURSE
    • Course Duration

      This course requires 35 to 40 hours of training with two convenient options (weekday or weekend sessions)

      Training Materials

      1. Narrated presentations in combination work oriented demonstration are conducted for each and every concept .
      2. Training material is designed by certified tutors with six years of experience in classroom, online and corporate firms.
      3. Training comprises of step-by-step instructions that guides you to perform a series of tasks in an efficient and sophisticated manner
      4. Recorded sessions gives an opportunity to attend lectures of missed or revision

      What’s Needed To Join This Course?

      Candidate should have a prior knowledge of PL/SQL to do this course

      Who Are Ideal Candidates?

      Fresher or software professionals with practical exposure and knowledge on Oracle database servers and PL/SQL are ideal to pursue this course.

      Course Info

      This online training course provides learners with hands on experience on Oracle Reports that is a tool for the development of reports against data stored in the Oracle database. This course teaches Oracle Forms that is a software product that helps in creation of GUI screens that efficiently interacts with an Oracle database.

      Why NORTH TECH SYSTEMS?

      This course gives a perfect start to your dream career with an expertise in Oracle Forms and Reporting. Some of the outstanding features offered by our institute are as follows:

      1. Higher level of concepts are described in an organized and simplified manner
      2. Ensures maximum learner-faculty communication with real time instructor led training sessions.
      3. Guaranteed placement assistance
      4. A 24 * 7 live technical assistance to resolve queries on phone and mail
      5. Practical exposure with real time problems, case scenarios and projects
  • CURRICULUM
    • Oracle Forms and Reports Course Content

      Introduction to PL/SQL

      Objectives

      1. Describe the building blocks of PL/SQL and its environment
      2. Explain the benefits of the basic components of PL/SQL structures
      3. Explain the benefits of packages over stand-alone procedures and functions
      4. Create various types of triggers
      5. Create and use procedures

      Topics

      1. PL/SQL
      2. PL/SQL Structures
      3. Packages
      4. Triggers
      5. Stored Procedures
      6. Overview of Developer/2000

      Objectives

      1. Navigate the menus and toolbars of the development environment
      2. Describe the features available for editing and debugging an application
      3. Explain the features that provide object-orientation, product integration, and OLE2 support

      Topics

      1. Introducing Oracle Applications
      2. The Windows Interface
      3. The Object Navigators
      4. Setting Object Properties
      5. Introducing the Layout Editors
      6. Working with Objects in the Layout Editor
      7. Introducing the PL/SQL Editors
      8. Getting Help
      9. Object Orientation and OLE2
      10. Forms 4.5 and Reports 2.5

      Objectives

      1. Develop a Forms application, a menu, and a library
      2. Use the PL/SQL Editor in Oracle Forms
      3. Develop tabular and master/detail reports
      4. Use the Data Model Editor, Parameter Form Editor, and Program Unit Editor in Oracle Reports

      Topics

      1. Overview of Oracle Forms
      2. Introducing Forms Designer
      3. The Layout Editor
      4. The PL/SQL and Menu Editors
      5. Creating Forms Objects and Libraries
      6. Overview of Oracle Reports
      7. Introducing Reports Designer
      8. The Reports Designer Editors
      9. Displaying Report-Style Formats
      10. Graphics 2.5 and Procedure Builder 1.5

      Objectives

      1. Develop a pie chart and a column chart
      2. Use the Chart Template Editor in Oracle Graphics
      3. Develop functions, procedures, packages, and database triggers
      4. Use the Database Trigger Editor in Oracle Procedure Builder

      Topics

      1. Overview of Oracle Graphics
      2. Introducing Graphics Designer
      3. The Layout Editor
      4. The Chart Template and Program Unit Editors
      5. Displaying Chart Types
      6. Overview of Procedure Builder
      7. Introducing Procedure Builder
      8. The Procedure Builder Editors
      9. Debugging PL/SQL Program Units
      10. Developer/2000 Applications

      Objectives

      1. Create Oracle Forms templates containing visual attributes, property classes, a toolbar, and triggers
      2. Use OLE2 in your application
      3. Use Visual Basic Custom Controls to enhance your application
      4. Create Oracle Reports templates containing standard headers, trailers, and margin items
      5. Create break, drill-down, and integrated application reports using templates and OLE2
      6. Add buttons and PL/SQL to drill-down into a detail report
      7. Create a report trigger for auditing

      Topics

      1. Developing Oracle Forms Applications
      2. Developing Oracle Reports Applications
      3. Developer/2000 Integration
      4. Objectives
      5. Create a parameter-driven display
      6. Pass parameters from Oracle Forms to Oracle Graphics
      7. Create a format trigger to conditionally modify a chart
      8. Import an image file
      9. Create multiple environments for development, testing, demonstration, training, and production
      10. Recognize GUI styles and standards
      11. Optimize memory, disk space, and performance
      12. Insert OLE2 objects into an Oracle database Topics
      13. Developing Oracle Graphics Applications
      14. Integration and Deployment in the Windows Environment
  • ROADMAP
  • REVIEWS
    • “I had the best learning experience at this training institute. The comprehensive training material and advanced knowledge delivery tools made knowledge gathering easy and interesting” – Prajakta Shahane
      “Being from a non IT field, this online training course has provided me plenty of practical exposure of software that helped me learn the complexities and intricacies of software in an easy manner”- Ankit Gehlot
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