1Z0-141 Oracle Forms: Build Internet Applications

 Exam Number: 1Z0-141 Oracle Forms: Build Internet Applications


Associated Certifications: Oracle Forms Developer Certified Professional

Exam Product Version: Forms and Reports

Exam Price: EGP 1126

Duration: 120 minutes

Number of Questions: 69

Passing Score: 75%

Validated Against:   This exam has been validated against 10g and 11g.

format: Multiple Choice

Recommended Training:

Oracle Forms Developer 10g: Build Internet Applications

Oracle Database: Program with PL/SQL

Exam Topics

Introduction to Oracle Forms Developer and Oracle Forms Services

Describe the components of Oracle9i Developer Suite and the Oracle9i Application Server
Describe the features and benefits of Oracle Forms Services and Oracle Forms Developer
Describe the architecture of Oracle Forms Services
Describe Forms Builder components
Navigate the Forms Builder interface
Customize the Forms Builder session
Use the online help facilities

Running a Forms Developer Application

Describe the run-time environment
Explain the role of each
Modify Forms environment variables
Describe the appearance of a form at run time
Navigate a Forms application
Retrieve both restricted and unrestricted data
Describe the two modes of operation
Insert, update, and delete records
Display database errors

Creating LOVs and Editors

Describe LOVs and editors
Design, create, and associate LOVs with text items in a form module
Describe the relationship between LOVs and record groups
Explain the steps to create an LOV manually
Use the LOV Wizard to create an LOV
Set LOV properties
Create editors and associate them with text items in a form module

 Creating Additional Input Items

Describe the item types that allow input
Create a check box
Create a list item
Create a radio group

Creating Noninput Items

Describe item types that do not allow input
Create a display item
Create an image item
Create a button
Create a calculated item
Create a hierarchical tree item
Create a bean area item

Creating Windows and Content Canvases

Define windows, content canvases, and viewports
Describe the relationship between windows and content canvases
Create windows and content canvases
Display a form module in multiple windows and on multiple layouts

Working with Other Canvas Types

Describe the different types of canvases and their relationships to each other
Identify the appropriate canvas type for different scenarios
Create an overlay effect by using stacked canvases
Create a toolbar
Create a tabbed interface

Introduction to Triggers

Define triggers
Describe the different trigger categories
Describe the components of a trigger
Describe the types of statements used in trigger code
Describe the properties that affect the behavior of a trigger

Working in the Forms Developer Environment

Describe the main Forms Developer executables
Describe the main Forms Developer module types
Describe the main objects in a form module
Run a form from within Forms Builder
Start and stop an OC4J instance
Set Forms Builder preferences to use OC4J

Creating a Basic Form Module

Create a form module
Create data blocks, create data blocks with relationships and create control blocks
Use wizards in re-entrant mode to make changes to the data block and layout
Save and compile a form module
Describe Forms file formats and their characteristics
Explain how to deploy a form module
Produce text files and documentation



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