Programming with Oracle Developer

Series
Sams
Author
Matthew Bennett  
Publisher
Prentice Hall
Cover
Softcover
Edition
1
Language
English
Total pages
342
Pub.-date
September 2001
ISBN13
9780672321108
ISBN
0672321106
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Description

Learn how to develop robust, Web-enabled applications with Oracle Developer.

Table of Contents



 1. Oracle Developer Overview and Architecture.


 2. Developer Basics.


 3. Oracle Forms/Developer.


 4. Oracle Reports/Developer and Graphics.


 5. PL/SQL Workshop.


 6. Java Workshop.


 7. Forms Development.


 8. Reports Development.


 9. Graphics Development.


10. Other Developer Components.


11. Developer Application Design.


12. Making the Design a Reality.


13. Deploying Developer Applications to the Web.


14. Project Management and Source Code Control.


15. Guidelines for Building Great Developer Applications.

Back Cover

Programming with Oracle Developer is packed with expert advice, detailed explanations, and complete solutions that show you how to produce robust, precise, Internet-ready applications for developers. You'll get step-by-step guidance from prototyping through delivering a high-powered Internet application. After reading this book, the reader will

  • Understand the nuts and bolts of building applications, including how to choose an appropriate application development life cycle
  • Master design and prototyping issues including the new wizards and GUI design features of Developer forms, reports, and graphics
  • Extend the reusability and optimize the security of your applications
  • Deploy Internet applications and integrate them with other tools
  • Create robust, Web-enabled Oracle applications

Author

Joe Duer has had 15 year's experience with computers, including software development, systems management, and database administration. He worked on projects using Oracle that are now deployed on the Internet, for e-commerce. He has created numerous in-house applications using Oracle Developer and Oracle Server. He has previously published chapters on Oracle Developer/2000, Web development and software design.