Java for the Oracle Developer
The Oracle developer may be somewhat perplexed when first encountering JDeveloper. Numerous terms and definitions are foreign to traditional Forms and PL/SQL Programmers. The programmer occasionally needs to “roll your own” extended classes or even new clas ses to achieve “basic” functionality. One feels like they are working with a complex procedural 3GL. That’s because one is working with a complex procedural 3GL! Recommendations for the Oracle Development team that has not worked with Java gain sophisticated Java Programming expertise
Assure at least one team member has a good understanding of JDeveloper, including how to set up projects, generate libraries, define manifest files, implement version control, Java Virtual Machines and the Java Runtime Environment (JRE)
Explore the following: events/listeners, jtable methods, table models (particularly as related to customizing grid controls), extending existing classes, interfaces
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Oracle for the Java Developer
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