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using forms 10g in solaris [message #244526] Wed, 13 June 2007 03:34 Go to next message
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Registered: June 2007
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We are planning to consider forms 10g with oracle 10g in solaris.I coudn't find much information about using 10g forms.Is there any particular risk in going ahead with this.And also I am new to oracle forms.Could you please suggest any books for forms 10g.

Thanks in advance
Re: using forms 10g in solaris [message #245029 is a reply to message #244526] Fri, 15 June 2007 00:48 Go to previous message
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I don't believe there are any more risks going ahead with Oracle 10g and Forms 10g than with any other combination of database and software with the one exception that Forms is a product based on a block mode philosophy meaning that it is not a PC-weenie, does something every-time you enter a keystroke. It is block mode meaning that it waits for you to press the 'enter' key or a function key before doing most of its processing, especially its database processing. If you want a 'new age' Java character-by-character behaviour then Forms is NOT the one for you.

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