New Features, Oracle Forms, Oracle Forms 12c, Upgrade Tools

Oracle Forms 12c: Run Oracle Forms WITHOUT a Browser! New Runtime Options for More Flexibility Without a Browser

We are excited to post the first in our Oracle Forms 12c guest series and introduce our first contributor and a loyal member of the Oracle Forms Community, Holger Lehmann.  If you’re a Forms guru and want to contribute click here  for more information

We also have an awesome upcoming Oracle Forms 12c webinar with Michael :WEBINAR: ORACLE FORMS 12C: NEW FEATURES UNVEILED AND EXPLAINED – Register here!

Oracle Forms 12: New Runtime Options for More Flexibility Without a Browser  BY Holger Lehmann, Opitz Consulting

Today I would like to highlight 2 new runtime options to start your application. Oracle definitely looked ahead towards the future with new operating system issues e.g. new browsers and their new behavior in Windows 10.
1. The default case (as a browser plugin)
The normal way Oracle provides to start the Forms application out of the browser. Here, the client browser must support the Java Plugin
sample URL:

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2. With Java Web Start
In the new version of Forms 12c Java Web is officially certified as a method for running your application. Java has to be installed on the client as well.
sample URL:http://w7x6412c-rdbms:9001/forms/frmservlet?config=webstart&form=lab_540&userid=user/passwort@db

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Here, certain restrictions are valid:
– No support Java Script, since not running in the browser
– no SSO, no SSO Logout

3. As a standalone client (Oracle Forms Standalone Application Launcher – FSAL) quote from the HTML page


The Oracle Forms Stand-alone Application Launcher (FSAL) offers an alternative way for end-users to run Oracle Forms applications. FSAL offers a browser-less, more client/server-like interface. As a result of not using a browser, FSAL does not use the Java Plugin component of a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) or Java Developer Kit (JDK). All that is required to run FSAL on the end-user machine is a Java installation. This can be either the JDK or the JRE. To determine which Java versions are supported, please contact your administrator.”

Starting from the fsal.htm you can load the associated frmsal.jar to the client.

So quite simply, this method even works without a browser! But again with JDK or JRE on the client machine.

Sample Call in a command box: java -jar C:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\forms\java\frmsal.jar -url “http://w7x6412c-rdbms:9001/forms/frmservlet?config=daylightstandaloneapp&form=lab_540&userid=


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We see that the classic way to start a Forms module still works. But with the discontinuation of java plug-in support in recent bowsers Oracle was forced to react and to break new ground. Keep it up!

In addition if you want to run Forms without an applet at all from HTML or mobile apps you can checkout AuraPlayer for more details.

Oracle Forms

Finally Some Oracle Forms Answers! Open Q&A with Michael Ferrante Oracle Forms PM

  • When is Forms 12c coming out?
  • Is Forms dead?
  • Will Forms ever run without a Java applet?
  • Will we be able to run Forms on Chrome?
  • How can I deploy my form to mobile devices?

The list of pressing questions about Oracle Forms seems endless, but we will finally get you some answers!

ODTUG and the Oracle Forms community have coordinated a free Q&A webinar hosted by Michael Ferrante, the Oracle Forms project manager himself. He has dedicated an hour of his time to put our fears to rest about the future of Forms and all of our pressing modernization issues. Be sure to register early; since only the first 100 people will be able to ask questions. If you would like to pre-ask your questions feel free to list them here.

Don’t miss out, register for this one of a kind event here NOW!

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Unable to Run Oracle Forms on Chrome: getting error: This plug-in is not supported

Our phones here at AuraPlayer have been ringing off the hook by stressed customers worried what they will do with their Oracle Forms environments now that Chrome has announced it will no longer support Java Applets. You may have noticed, since the latest Chrome update, Java applets do not run by default in the Chrome browser.

This is caused by Chrome support of NPAPI plug-ins being disabled by default; a java applet is an example of these plug-ins.

In order to solve this issue, you must enable NPAPI support in Chrome by completing the following instructions:

Enabling NPAPI in Chrome Version 42 and later

As of Chrome Version 42, an additional configuration step is required to continue using NPAPI plugins.

  1. In your URL bar, enter:
  2. Click the Enable link for the Enable NPAPI configuration option.
  3. Click the Relaunch button that now appears at the bottom of the configuration page.

You can check out this link as a reference:

Or check out the Oracle Forms home page news section here to hear Oracle’s official position on the news.
To join our community and stay on top of all development in the Oracle Forms world, click here!
ADF Mobile, Collaborate15, Conferences, Just For Fun, Mobile, Mobile Day, Oracle Forms, RMOUG

Oracle Legacy to Mobile Winter Roadshow (If I’m not snowed in by then)!

I have to kick off this post with a huge apoIMG_4807logy to my dedicated readers for not posting recently. As I am sure you are all aware, the Northeast has been experiencing some crazy snow storms, and Boston has turned completely white. The almost constant snowfall has made my life incredibly hectic because school keeps getting canceled and chasing my 3 little ones (under the age of 6) it makes it hard to stay on top it. But the silver lining is that we have some amazing events on the horizon. So lets try and keep in better touch!

One of my sons helping dig out our car (yet again)!

This week I’m headed to Denver for the RMOUG 2015 Training Days at the Colorado Convention Center. This event is hailed as the largest and best grass-roots regional Oracle User group conference. This is largely due to the high caliber of the people who present. This year they have revamped the first day of the conference into a half-day of two hour “deep-dive” presentations. I will be presenting two different sessions: “The Next Two Years: What Should I do NOW with My Oracle Forms?” and “From Legacy to Mobile in 45 Minutes!“. Looking forward to my first RMOUG but not excited that its not in Florida 🙂

At the beginning of March I’ll be heading back to the Oracle Headquarters in Reston, VA for the Digital Solutions Forum: Public Sector FMW. This is an all day event that Oracle and 3Di  are co-hosting to dive into the digital world and hear how other public sector companies have joined the mobile revolution with their back office IMG_4808systems. They have invited me to speak since as we all know AuraPlayer plays a key role in this legacy to mobile revolution. For this event I will be presenting one session: “Legacy to Modern: Leveraging your Oracle Forms in the Digital Age”. This is a great event to help you start thinking about your mobile strategy. You can get more information here.

Finally, in mid-April, we will be kicking off the conference season with Collaborate 15 in Las Vegas! This great conference hosted by IOUG and OAUG provides a program complete with hundreds of presentations and panels packed with latest information and practical tips on Oracle applications and industry trends. This is the first year that we will be hosting a booth #1418, so definitely add us to your show agenda and stop by to learn about taking your Oracle Forms or EBS workflows to mobile. Also, I will again be presenting two sessions: “Using Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) to Enhance Your Oracle Forms Systems” and “Oracle’s Strategy for Moving from Legacy to Enterprise Mobility“.

The snow just won’t stop!

All of this upcoming fun is a great distraction from the horrible winter we are having, and I can’t wait to get started this week in Colorado. If you are interested in meeting up at any of these events, please email me at

ADF Mobile, Android, APEX, Conferences, iOS, Mobile, Oracle Forms

Oracle Mobile Day: It’s a Mobile Revolution and ODTUG’s Leading the Charge

“The BIGGEST Fears of the Current Generation”

Dec. 2, 2014 marked the first ODTUG Oracle Mobile Day, hosted at Oracle Headquarters in Reston, VA. This is a format we hope to replicate in different cities across the US and in Europe in the future. We were really excited to have with us Suhas Uliyar, Oracle’s VP of Mobile Strategy and Product Management, and the visionary behind Oracle mobility. I had the honor of introducing him to the group for the opening keynote.

His keynote was very interesting as he spoke about the mobile disruption and how if everyone in the world was still trying to perfect the wheel, we wouldn’t have things like airplanes or soon to be rockets. His point with this was that a huge part of going mobile and getting connected is thinking out of the box. A great example Suhas gave was the London cab monopoly.

Suhas gives the example of the London cab monopoly being bypassed by Uber.

London cab began with a horse and buggy system and it advanced to fancier and fancier cars and they thought they were being innovative in their methodologies. Then, all of a sudden, out pops Uber, which turned the cab system on its head and revolutionized it by using a simple mobile application and the existing technologies of online payment and GPS. The whole business plan was so simple and yet they are setting up all over the world and putting cab companies out of business. Suhas was saying if you are thinking about mobile you can be innovative like this but if you aren’t thinking about mobile then someone else is about to move into your business.

After the opening keynote the event, we split into three tracks: mobile for developers (which featured both ADF and APEX sessions), the infrastructure and security track, and a BI track, talking about things like BI Designer and Hyperion and it was really interesting to have such a diverse group of users in one event. But that is really what ODTUG is all about: bringing together various development communities under one event. And if you don’t believe me, you should join us at Kscope15!

My first session on legacy to mobile innovation was a full house of people who haven’t begun their mobile journey (I know I was surprised too). Of the group only two people had some sort of mobile development in their organization and when I asked what technology they were developing in they both said, “Oh we don’t know, we have a company that does it.” It just goes to show that even the companies that are starting to go mobile feel very out of their league and they outsource the whole project. I discussed the challenges of going mobile and showed a cool demo of mobilizing and Oracle Forms system using Webservices with AuraPlayer. You can download the full presentation here and view the demo here.

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Another happy and surprising development was the number of ADF developers I had in the room. There were not many Forms developers but over half of the participants in the room were doing development in ADF. I was happy to learn this because finally I’m seeing a trend where more and more people are beginning to develop in Java and it’s a very easy entry to go from developing in ADF to get to Oracle Mobile Framework – MAF. I felt like the group was very committed to going mobile and ripe with the necessary skills to do so easily.

There were several really interesting sessions throughout the day that I wish I could have partaken in more, but I guess one of the drawbacks to managing an event is that it’s difficult to squeeze everything in.

My final session presented some customer stories of different enterprises who have begun their mobile journey. The session highlighted two different types of  mobile journeys. The first was a hybrid example where the customer wanted to deploy their Oracle Forms based system to an Android app to run their surgery scheduling system to mobile devices. They needed a fast time to market and had a fixed budget for the project. They were not looking to rip and replace the existing system but to have the same system available from mobile devices. AuraPlayer helped them deploy their Oracle Forms as Webservices as the backend for a Mobile Framework front end. The full app took only 7 days to develop and goes to show that mobile projects don’t have to take months or be risky and costly endeavors. You can read the full customer story here.

IMG_4113The second customer story, presented by 3Di Systems highlighted  an end-to-end mobilization of the City of LA’s services. You can view the details here. These two customer experiences showed two different ways to go mobile and prove that you don’t have to revolutionize your whole system to get to mobile quickly and that you can start small and leverage existing investment with new user experiences and interfaces followed by a longer term strategy to conduct a full system revolution if desired. You can download the presentation here.

The closing session was given by Oracle’s best kept secret, the Oracle A-Team. These experts work on the front lines of Oracle development and had some interesting insights to share. It was very interesting to see them present a full end-to-end demo and was a great way to wrap up the day.
Finally, I’d like to say a huge thanks to ODTUG for sponsoring the event and all the hard work they did to make it happen. Another huge thank you to all of the speakers who came out in the rain to make this event such a success. I hope this is just the first of many ODTUG Mobile Days to come!
Oracle Forms

The Future of Oracle Forms Straight From the Source’s Mouth

At Kscope14 ODTUG had a “Social Media Lounge” where they interviewed leaders and visionaries in various technology fields. They have just released a great one where John King, a renowned Oracle ACE Director for middleware and Oracle development tools,  interviewed Michael Ferrante, the Oracle Forms Product Manager. Of course the hot topic was the future of Forms. When asked about this Michael responded:

“I’m smiling because I hear that [Forms is dead] a lot as well. I don’t know where that rumor started from. Some time ago when we [Oracle] made the decision years ago to start developing with ADF, I think at that point ADF became so popular that Forms seemed to fade away, when really we were still hard at work at it [Forms]. We have a really big community and hopefully we get to continue for years to come. Right now we’ve got the current release, which is 11, release 2 and it’s supported through 2016. And we’re working on the next version, which hopefully will be out sometime in 2015.”

Michael explained that the next release will be supported for the following 5 years (like all Oracle products) with an option to extend for an additional 3 years. This means that Forms is pretty much set until 2023. Once again I will shout it, Forms is NOT dead.

This time its not me who’s saying it. Its a promise straight from the Oracle Forms PM himself. I hope this will finally prove to you all that Oracle has no plans to abandon their Forms legacy customers. They are continuing to work on new releases with new features to satisfy their customers.

When asked what customers can do to prepare for the latest version Michael mentioned that many customers are still running very old versions of Forms. In order to take advantage of the new version that will be released in 2015 these customers need to update to 11. If you make the move to version 11 today it will make updating to 12, when it is released, very easy.

Hearing all of this promising news directly from Michael should be music to any Oracle Forms user’s ears. You can watch the full video here.

If you need assistance in upgrading your Oracle Forms system or would like to discuss your personal Forms challenges email us at

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DOAG 2014 – Oracle Forms is alive and well in Germany

Last week I did a quick hop, skip, and a jump across the pond to Nuremberg, Germany for the DOAG usergroup conference. Although I was only there for a total of 54 hours, I’m so glad I made the effort to attend. I was especially honored to go to represent ODTUG as we further attempt to increase cooperation and connect with fellow user groups around the world.

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Michael Ferrante preparing for his session. I’m glad I made it just in time to attend!

My trip got off to a roaring start when I landed in Nuremberg at 9:30am on Tuesday, when the conference was already in full swing. I had to hustle over to the conference so I wouldn’t miss Michael Ferrante’s (Oracle Forms Product Manager) session, “Oracle Forms – Your Application Isn’t Dead, It’s Just Tired”. It was fun to be greeted by Michael’s friendly face; he is always my brother in arms at these conferences.

Full house at my DOAG session!             Standing room only.



My first session, “The Next 2 years: What should I do NOW with my Oracle Forms Systems?”  went great considering jet lag was looming it’s ugly head. We had quite a big audience and there were even people standing in the back row. The session was an overview of all you need to know to preserve your Oracle Forms investment in the short term to prepare for your long term strategy. You can download the session slides here.



After the session, I was busy all afternoon manning the ODTUG corner of the Usergroup booth, handing out some ODTUG swag and promoting our Mobile Day that’s happening just around the corner, on April 23, 2015 in Utrecht, The Netherlands. You can get more information about this Mobile Day here.

Dinner with the DOAG group!

At the end of a chaotic but successful first day in Germany I finally got to relax and have a drink at dinner with the DOAG crew at the international speakers dinner. It was great to catch up with some old friends and the DOAG team really knows how to treat their guests like royalty.

Wednesday was once again packed with meetings including some interesting developments and partnerships. I had a great talk with Peter Raganitsch, a fellow Oracle ACE Director, CEO of FOEX and I am happy to announce that FOEX is going to work with AuraPlayer to do a webinar about Forms to APEX integration that will hopefully result in a great whitepaper about modernizing Forms with APEX integration. It will be an end-to-end demo featuring the sweet spot of each tool, beginning with using Oracle Forms to generate a word doc on the client side, and then using AuraPlayer to expose the system as a Webservice to be used as a REST service component to create a FOEX user interface. Stay tuned to find out when the webinar will be taking place. Another interesting meeting I attended was a round table with the heads of many European Oracle User Groups. I was so impressed with the passion, cooperation and creative ideas of this close knit bunch. I look forward to working together with them and the rest of the ODTUG board to bring even more value to the Oracle developer public in Europe.

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The official DOAG selfie with Oracle Forms PM, Michael Ferrante.

My final day at DOAG started bright and early with prep for my second session, “Evolving from Legacy to Mobile and Beyond.” It was another great session where I discussed all the challenges, opportunities and considerations for going mobile. You can view the session slides here.

A special thanks to ODTUG and, especially to Ralf and Fried, for making my trip so enjoyable.

After my session was over I had to rush back to the airport to catch my flight home. The trip was a whirlwind of activity, as these big conferences always are, but it was also a lot of fun. I want to say a big dankeschon to the DOAG user group, and especially Fried and Ralf, for giving me such a spectacular welcome at their great event. Additionally I owe a huge thanks to ODTUG who sent me to Germany to represent them to our new European collaborators. I can’t wait for next year’s DOAG conference!


ADF, ADF Mobile, Cloud, Conferences, Mobile, Oracle Forms, UTOUG

UTOUG, An East Coast Girl Heads Out West to Spread the Forms Love

What a view!

I just returned from my first trip to Utah where I briefly (I was only there for 28 hours!) touched down in Salt Lake City to attend the UTOUG Fall Symposium.

Before I give you the run down, if you just want to cut to the chase, here are the session slides:

Evolving From Legacy to Mobile and Beyond

The Next Two Years: What Should I Do NOW with My Oracle Forms Systems?

While such a short trip meant the entire experience passed in a whirlwind, I got the royal treatment (thanks to the Oracle ACE program and the UTOUG leadership team) and thoroughly enjoyed my time there, especially the beautiful mountain views.

As soon as I landed I was greeted at the airport by friendly faces, Kellyn Pot’Vin and Tim Gorman, the Oracle DBA rockstars, and after a quick hug I rushed off to my hotel to get some sleep before the symposium in the morning.

After quick coffee I was off to present my first session, “Evolving From Legacy to Mobile and Beyond” where we discussed all of the challenges of going mobile and the considerations for how to design a mobile-first application. I went into so many challenges, opportunities and considerations, I hope I didn’t scare the crowd off 🙂 You can view the session slides here.

Kellyn and I posed for a boot twin picture, but we got photobomed by Alex Gorbachev, CTO of the Pythian Group

As soon as I finished my first session I rushed off to my second one, “The Next Two Years: What Should I Do NOW with My Oracle Forms Systems?” With so many conflicting reports about the future of Forms, I wanted to set the record straight and offer a simple strategy for modernizing Forms systems for the future. And if you can believe it people STILL asked me if Oracle is discounting Forms! You can view the session slides here.

After a fast lunch I joined back up with Kellyn and we attended the Women in Tech Program. I always love events that highlight women in technology because there simply aren’t enough of us.

UTOUG just started their Women in Tech program last year, so this session was a chance to catch up and see what progress has been made. An achievement that UTOUG was able to accomplish was mentoring eight female undergraduate CS & IS majors to promote hiring women in the tech field. One of the key takeaways was that by the time students get to the college level it’s almost too late. One new idea was to start mentorships as early as middle school. I must admit this idea really inspired me and I have already talked to the PTA of my son’s school looking into this type of program in his school.

As one of the few female Oracle ACE Directors out there I’m always glad to hear that user groups are starting their own initiatives to bring more women into this field. Female power please!

After such a long day I was happy to unwind over a few drinks with some fellow ACEs and prominent members of the UTOUG community, including the President, Michelle Kolbe. UTOUG was kind enough to sponsor our dinner out at Red Rock and it even allowed me to stick to my vegan habits with a delicious polenta. A big shout out thank you to UTOUG for being so gracious and a special thanks to my tour guide and personal driver who gave me door-to-door service on my whirlwind tour, UTOUG board member Michael Heining.

Beautiful sunset on my way out of SLC

It was definitely one of the quickest trips I’ve ever taken, but I’m really glad I made the trek out west. It was great to catch up with the UTOUG community and to present for such great audiences. I’m definitely looking forward to the UTOUG Spring Training Days in 2015!

ADF, ADF Mobile, Cloud, Mobile, Oracle Forms

DOAG14 Conference: Germany, Here Comes the Oracle Forms Masters!

Waitress-photoSomehow it is already November, which means I have to start gearing up for all the travel that I will be doing this month. I just got back from my first trip to Utah for the super UTOUG Training Days. The team treated us like royalty and it was fun being able to bring a bit of the legacy to mobile message to Salt Lake City. Now in less than 2 weeks….Germany here I come!

For the first time ever I will be representing ODTUG by presenting at the DOAG Conference  in Nuremberg, Germany. (Anyone know where I can get a good vegan meal 🙂 ). I am honored to be involved in trying to further user group cooperation between ODTUG and the major European user groups to further our efforts of bringing unique content to users around the world in the cloud and mobile communities. I hope this is only the beginning of a strong relationship and endless possibilities to help our users by working together with DOAG. The conference itself  is a wealth of information where the bilingual agenda is packed with over 400 sessions and is bringing together Oracle users and Oracle partners from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the other neighboring European countries, and of course, this American Oracle ACE Director!

As far as content goes, DOAG has one of the strongest Oracle Forms agendas I have seen in the past 5 years! Highlights include: Michael Ferrante, the Oracle Forms PM, presenting a session: “Oracle Forms – Your Application Is Not Dead, It’s Just Tired” which will offer tips and tricks to modernize the UI and look and feel of your applications. Then he will also be joining me for my first session, “The Next Two Years: What Should I Do NOW with my Oracle Forms Systems?” Together, Michael and I are going to set the record straight about where Forms is going and how to create a game plan for the future, today. Topics include upgrading to the newest releases, modernizing the system user interface and the “if, when, and why” of migrating away from Oracle Forms including the options, costs, risks, and benefits. There are many other interesting Forms topics on the agenda presented by our friends at PITSS and Oracle.

My highlight will be presenting my session, “Evolving from Legacy to Mobile and Beyond” where I will go through all of the things to consider when modernizing a legacy system to a mobile app, including a basic introduction to Oracle Mobile Application Framework. It is always amazing to see the audience’s reaction to the session and how it energizes and inspires them to begin thinking about mobility. The session will also include a demo of the final product and offer tips on how to begin your Mobile journey. To get a glimpse of all the content including many amazing SOA/ADF sessions, you can see the entire DOAG agenda here.

This year, as we did in OOW, I will be  joining the one and only Michael Ferrante, Oracle Forms PM, for an Oracle Forms Developers appreciation event. We will be hosting a one-on-one dinner event to meet Michael, to hear about Oracle’s vision for Forms going forward, and to discuss your personal Oracle Forms challenges. To see if you qualify to join this one of a kind event please contact Emma.

If you would like to meet up with me personally while I am in Germany to discuss your individual Oracle Forms challenges feel free to email me at to set up a time and place.

Wir sehen uns dort (see you there)!

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Oracle Mobility Spotlight: Join Us At ODTUG Mobile Day!

qsdglxnwNow that the chaos of Oracle OpenWorld and the craziness of Kscope15 abstract submissions are behind us, it’s time to get into the nitty gritty of where your Enterprise systems are headed. Mobile development plans are at the forefront of everyone’s minds right now, and if it’s not on your agenda then it’s time to get to work!

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Your employees are going mobile, is your business ready?

The statistics of mobile adoption are STAGGERING; Gartner says that 40% of the workforce will be mobile by 2016 with 2/3s using their own personal smartphone. Additionally, Oracle conducted a global study, “Oracle Mobile. Simply Connected” that unearthed some very interesting statistics about mobile in the work place; just because your company has not gone mobile doesn’t mean your employees aren’t using it. The study found that 67% of employees are using personal mobile devices for work purposes. You can read about the full study here. Is your enterprise ready for the technological challenges this revolution will pose to your business?

To stay at the cutting edge of the Oracle development innovations, ODTUG has decided to bring together the world’s leading Oracle ACE’s, ACE Directors and strategists for a full-day, FREE mobile event. The event is titled: “Going Mobile? Where is Oracle Taking You?” and will take place in Reston, VA on December 2, 2014. This event is the first of its kind for ODTUG, being a FREE one day event for members. If you are not an ODTUG member contact us at info@auraplayer.comto find out how to receive a FREE pass to this event. This is a formula we hope to replicate with other hot topic areas, such as cloud development, in the future. For those of you who may be worried that you don’t have a mobile strategy yet, don’t panic. I encourage anyone who is planing to introduce mobile systems within the next two years to come and learn how to start planning your next steps. And if that’s you, I suggest registering ASAP because registration is limited to 100 people and is filling up fast.

This event was designed to bring together ALL of the communities, ADF, APEX, BI, and Developers, together under one roof and really drill down into the new products and features that were announced at OOW. The conference will be a full-day packed with sessions dedicated to helping the developer community GO MOBILE. The goal is to help everyone understand the Oracle mobile landscape as a whole, instead of just focusing on individual technologies. We want to help you navigate the mobile jungle, including all of the new product releases (Oracle Mobile Cloud Services [MCS], Mobile Application Framework [MAF], Alta UI, Mobile Application Accelerator [MAX], APEX RESTful Services, BI Mobile App Designer, Oracle Mobile Suite, etc.).

ODTUG has pulled together an all-star lineup (including me for two sessions 🙂 ) of the top experts in each community. Speakers include: Shay Shmeltzer, John King, Edward Roske, Scott Spendolini, Indus Khaitan, Kris Rice and Kevin McGinley. One of the most exciting parts of this event is that Suhas Uliyar, Oracle’s VP of Mobile Strategy and Product Management, is presenting the opening keynote. The day’s closing keynote is being presented by the Oracle A-Team and will feature an end-to-end demo that should be very exciting. And of course the real fun happens after the sessions at a happy hour and networking event 🙂

You can register for the Mobile Day here and do it soon because space is limited!

Stay tuned, ODTUG is hoping to do a mobile road show with events in Europe. The next event is planned to be hosted in Benelux in April 21, 2015.

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