Oracle JDeveloper 10g for Forms & PL/SQL Developers: A Guide to Web Development with Oracle ADF

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McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 28, 2006 - Computers - 562 pages
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The most efficient way to learn J2EE programming techniques

Two Oracle experts demonstrate techniques for working within J2EE and JDeveloper for the thousands of developers currently using Oracle Forms and the PL/SQL language. Oracle is shifting their focus towards Java technologies, so you will need to know how to use the Java-based J2EE and JDeveloper. The book includes explanations of the Application Development Framework (ADF). Throughout, high-level and low-level Forms concepts are related to Java concepts so that you can become comfortable with the new terminology.

  • Covers the new components required when developing and deploying a J2EE application
  • Special mentions in the text describe how JDeveloper techniques translate to PL/SQL or Oracle Forms
  • Covers JDeveloper 10.1.3 and ADF Faces
  • All code and examples will be available online
 

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a very help full book for understanding the core techniques used in development of ADF application

Contents

Technology Overviews
1
Developing the Application
263
Additional Techniques
483
Index
541
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About the author (2006)

Peter Koletzke, an Oracle Certified Master, is the Technical Director and Principal Instructor at Quovera.

Duncan Mills is Senior Principal Product Manager of Application Development Tools at Oracle Corporation.

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