Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: Administer Forms Services

Duration : 3 Days (24 Hours)

Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: Administer Forms Services Course Overview:

The online training program “Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: Administer Forms Services” provides comprehensive instruction on administering Oracle Forms Services. Participants will learn about installation, configuration, and management of Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g. Topics covered include the Oracle Fusion Middleware architecture, web and application servers, Apache Tomcat, JDBC connections, Oracle Application Server, and Oracle Reports. The course equips learners with the skills to set up and manage production environments for Forms Services and offers best practices for performance tuning. It is tailored for developers, administrators, and support personnel seeking to gain proficiency in Oracle Forms Services administration.

Intended Audience:

  1. IT Professionals
  2. System Administrators
  3. Application Administrators
  4. Network Administrators
  5. Other IT Professionals
  6. Developers
  7. Systems Integrators

Learning Objectives of Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: Administer Forms Services:

1. Understand Forms Services Deployment architecture
2. Install and configure the Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Forms components
3. Configure the Runform and its WebListeners
4. Configure the web security and web profile
5. Generate web on Forms clients
6. Create services to manage sessions and form services
7. Debug and tune form services
8. Use the Forms Services APIs
9. Monitor and analyze form services
10. Configure the Oracle Fusion Middleware components for Forms Services
11. Maintain and optimize forms services
12. Troubleshoot forms services issues

  • Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Overview
  • Starting and Stopping WebLogic Servers
  • Components of Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Forms Services
  • Starting a Forms Application
  • Installing WebLogic Server, Forms, and Reports
  • Upgrading from Oracle Application Server 10g
  • Upgrading from Oracle Forms 6i
  • Using Configuration Files
  • Using Oracle Enterprise Manager
  • Configuring the Forms Servlet
  • Defining Application-Specific Configurations
  • Configuring Run-time Pooling
  • Modifying the Run-time Environment
  • Enabling Query-Where Functionality
  • Defining Application-Specific Environments
  • Managing the User Interface Appearance
  • Font Mapping
  • Key Mapping
  • Creating Application-Specific Registry Files
  • Generating and Deploying the Forms Application
  • Files That Your Forms Applications May Need
  • Deploying Associated Files for Access from the Middle Tier
  • Deploying Associated Files for Download to the Client
  • Client Requirements
  • The Java Run-time Environment (JRE)
  • Supported Browsers
  • Using the Sun Java Plug-In
  • Displaying the Java Console
  • Configuring WebUtil for Client Interaction
  • Detecting Browser Language Settings
  • Deploying Language-Specific Applications
  • Implementing Time Zone Support
  • Implementing Single Sign-On (SSO)
  • Restricting User Privileges on the Database
  • Restricting Parameters in the URL
  • Using HTTPS
  • Integrating with External Events
  • Integrating Reports
  • Integrating JavaScript
  • Managing Forms Services with Oracle Enterprise Manager
  • Configuring JVM Pooling
  • Enabling Reports Calls to Use the JVM Controller for Java Method Invocation
  • Managing User Sessions
  • Load Balancing
  • Achieving Maximum Availability
  • Enabling testmode
  • Creating a Stack Trace File
  • Using Forms Trace to Record Information about Specific Events
  • Using Oracle Diagnostic Logging (ODL)
  • Detecting and Diagnosing Common Errors
  • Diagnosing Performance Issues
  • Built-In Optimizations
  • Co-locating the Forms Services and Data Server
  • Minimizing the Perceived Startup Time
  • Reducing the Required Network Bandwidth
  • Reducing Time to Draw Initial Screen
  • Using Other Tuning Techniques

Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: Administer Forms Services Course Prerequisites:

1. Basic knowledge of working with relational databases
2. Understanding of how client server architecture works
3. Familiarity with Java and its related technologies
4. Knowledgeable in working with UNIX and basic UNIX commands
5. Knowledge of message-oriented middleware (MOM) such as IBM MQ, OpenMQ, etc.
6. Familiar with internet protocols such as HTTP, Weblogs, etc.
7. Experienced with web technologies such as FTP, TCP/IP, HTML, JavaScript, etc.

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