Oracle Application Object Library provides a framework for extending Oracle Applications using
Oracle Forms Developer. This framework helps developers build custom forms using Oracle Application
Object Library 11i and Oracle Forms Developer 6i. In this class, students learn the graphical user
interface (GUI) and coding standards required to develop integrated functional extensions to Oracle
Applications using Oracle Forms Developer 6i and the pre-built program components provided with the
Oracle Applications. Students learn the same form programming techniques used by Oracle's
application development teams to create integrated, user-friendly applications. This class includes
extensive hands-on practice building a form to reinforce concepts taught.A Live Virtual Class (LVC)
is exclusively for registered students; unregistered individuals may not view an LVC at any time.
Registered students must view the class from the country listed in the registration form.
Unauthorized recording, copying, or transmission of LVC content may not be made
Describe the Oracle Applications Release 11i user interface
Describe the Oracle Applications coding standards for Release 11i
Build a form layout that adheres to the Oracle Applications User Interface Standards for
Code form logic to comply with the Oracle Applications 11i coding standards and interface with
Oracle Forms Developer 6i: Build Internet Applications I or Oracle Developer 1.6 (Forms 4.5)
Oracle Forms Developer 6i: Build Internet Applications II or
Introduction to Oracle SQL and PL/SQL (ILT)
Defining Flexfields (ILT, either Release 11 or 11i)
PL/SQL Fundamentals (ILT)
Oracle Applications System Administration (ILT, either Relea
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