Get yourself trained on Oracle D2K (Oracle with this Online Training Oracle D2K (Oracle Forms and Reports 10g) Training.
Online Training Oracle D2K (Oracle Forms and Reports 10g) Training
DescriptionFrom this course you will get a clear idea ofForms 10g and Role in Oracle Apps,Fundamentals of D2K, Creation of Data blocks Through wizard and Manually,Creation of Different Types of Canvases and Working with Canvases, Types of windows and working with windows and changing windows properties,Different types of Triggers,Working with Triggers and Applying to Different Controls, Creation of alerts and Calling of Alerts Changing Properties at runtime and Re-using Alerts, Creation of Editors, Types of Editors and Calling editors through Code,Creating and Using Object Groups . Creating and Using Object Libraries, Creation of Lov through wizard and Manually,Working with Lov Properties,Creation of Record Groups Based On Query and Using Static Values, Creation of Master-Detail Data Blocks, Parameters, Creation of Menus and attaching menus to Forms, Working with Procedures, Functions and Packages in Forms,Usage of PL/SQL Libraries in Forms and Attached Libraries, Reports 10g, Introduction to Reports, Fundamentals of Reports, Advantages, Features and role of Reports in D2K, Creation of Different types of Reports, Creation of Reports with different Parameters, User Parameters, System Parameters, Working with Formula Columns, Working with Summary Columns, Working with Place Holder Columns,Working with Data links,Developing Reports Manually, Reports in Triggers,Creation of Layout in Reports, Drill Down Reports, Calling Reports from Forms, Calling Reports from Reports.Who should take this oracle D2K CourseAny Professional with Basic Knowledge on SQL &PL/SQL
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