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new oracle student [message #562750] Sat, 04 August 2012 07:59 Go to next message
atifhafeez_1
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hello to every one
i am new student of oracle and i want to go on the track of oracle forms developing. can any one help me what are the certification i have to get to become ocp in forms from initial and which book you would like to suggest me, and any one have video tutorials specially oracle form developing. according to my seaching i have to pass these certifications to become ocp in oracle formms.
1Z0-001 Introduction to Oracle: SQL PL/SQL,1Z0-147 Program with PL/SQL, Oracle PL/SQL Developer OCA,1Z0-141 Oracle Forms: Build Internet applications
and i more question oracle forms devloping and oracle programing are same things. thanks

Re: new oracle student [message #562758 is a reply to message #562750] Sat, 04 August 2012 10:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Re: new oracle student [message #562772 is a reply to message #562750] Sat, 04 August 2012 13:51 Go to previous messageGo to next message
matthewmorris68
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Both 1Z0-007: Introduction to Oracle9i SQL, and 1Z0-147: Program with PL/SQL are dated exams. Both were developed under Oracle 9i and have since been replaced by newer versions. The older tests are still valid, but generally taking the newer version is recommended unless you have a reason for wanting the 9i information. I have articles about both discussing their differences with the replacement tests:

http://ezinearticles.com/?Oracle-SQL-Certification:-1Z0-007-or-1Z0-051?&id=7103921
http://ezinearticles.com/?Oracle-PL/SQL-Developer-Certification:-1Z0-147-or-1Z0-144?&id=7190832

1Z0-141 is the current/latest test for Forms.

>i more question oracle forms devloping and oracle programing are same things.

Forms Development and PL/SQL development are not the same thing. You use PL/SQL when developing in Forms, but client PL/SQL is a good bit different from server-based PL/SQL. They both are the same in the syntax, commands and (for the most part) capabilities. However, the code developed in Forms tend to be much smaller PL/SQL blocks that implement a single function whereas server-based PL/SQL tends to be large procedures (or more often packages) that provide a large number of different capabilities.
Re: new oracle student [message #562808 is a reply to message #562772] Sun, 05 August 2012 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
atifhafeez_1
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thanks mathew for your reply and your guidance, 1 thing more mathew plsql used in developing forms and client side plsql are same. tc
Re: new oracle student [message #562809 is a reply to message #562808] Sun, 05 August 2012 22:54 Go to previous message
matthewmorris68
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>...plsql used in developing forms and client side plsql are same.

Yes. Client-side PL/SQL and Forms PL/SQL are two ways of saying the same thing. What I was talking about in my post is that the results of client-side PL/SQL tend to be very different from server-side PL/SQL. Both 1Z0-147 and 1Z0-144 are about server-side PL/SQL. 1Z0-147 *mentions* client side more often than 1Z0-144, but still will involve only programming questions involving server-side PL/SQL.

I wasn't really clear on what the last question in your initial post was asking. You seemed to be asking if Oracle Forms development and Oracle programming were the same thing. The answer to that is no, because there is Oracle programming that has nothing to do with Forms. I am an Oracle developer, but I deal exclusively with server-side PL/SQL.
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