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Sr. Oracle Developer at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
Jul 27 2016

What do you think of Oracle Forms?

Valuable Features It has been around for a long time and a lot of companies are using it. It's pretty flexible for it's age. Reports gives you a lot of possibilities to do multiple queries. It’s really good, robust tool. • Room for Improvement We do consulting for companies that are already using it, and we do enhancements if they want to add a report or a form. It needs to stay up with the times a little bit more. Everyone wants to move into web services and applications. • Stability Issues It's pretty stable. I don't do much on the database server, so if there is an issue, I give the DBA a call. • Scalability Issues I don't think there are limitations. The reports and forms are just fine in the interfaces, so there is not much scaling to do. • Customer Service and...

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