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pankaj saxena
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Joined: Nov 21, 2009
Posts: 46
Sir\Madam,
I want to learn Oracle Application Framework, and i am new to Oracle so anybody would please tell me that how should I start to achieve this target.
I have only 6 months in my hand to learn this and I can't take any classes or coaching for this but i can use internet to surf good information about this.
This query is a job point of view, one of my friend told me that there is few vacancies in his company but they are demanding OAF.
And yes, please tell me the proper procedure about this like software required, ebooks, websites to surf.

thanks,
regards.
Fatih Keles
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Joined: Sep 01, 2005
Posts: 182
Hi pankaj,

You can not just start development at home for OAF. You need a development environment for Oracle Applications (E-Business Suite ERP software). There are some well known sources in this area, and lots of useful blogs. But I am sorry you need to access an enterprise software in order to run your first OAF page from your local machine which will be developed with the correct version of JDeveloper for OAF.

First find an EBS instance that you have access and then you can develop and test your first page.

Regards,
Fatih.
chris webster
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Joined: Mar 01, 2009
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If you want to learn any of Oracle's tools/technologies, you should probably sign up to their developer network: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/index.html

This will allow you to download a lot of their software, including proprietary enterprise products, for free on a developer-only licence. There are also tutorials, "Oracle-By-Example" (OBE) guides, and other learning materials, as well as lots of forums where you can get expert advice on Oracle-specific topics.


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