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Oracle's Forms and Reports Roadmap

Article by Rampant Author Brian Carr

Oracle has no plan to desupport these products. Furthermore, new versions of Oracle Forms, Oracle Reports will continue to be released and integrated with the future versions of Oracle Application Server and Oracle Developer Suite.

However Oracle does recommend that customer’s follow a similar path that it took with its own E-Business Suite of applications. Specifically to interoperate and co-exist your applications with new J2EE applications using Oracle’s Application Server. “Self Service User Interface” and new E-Business Suite modules are now J2EE applications developed using JDeveloper. These new applications are deployed on the same application server as the Forms and Reports applications allowing them to inter-operate and share the same infrastructure and common services. In addition, Forms and J2EE applications are able to share existing business logic by using database PL/SQL stored procedures.

In summary: Oracle recommends customers to consider the opportunities of new development in J2EE using JDeveloper.

 

 

 

   

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