A migration dashboard with Forms JavaBeans


Posted by Hafed | Posted in Forms, oracle | Posted on 20-09-2008

In order to follow the migration efforts from 6i to 10g, I quickly put together a dashboard that shows the four states : migration-testing-correction-acceptance for the modules in our application.

On the left side, we can click on the buttons to show the global stats, stats per analysts, stat per application and the modules that are problematic.

Oracle forms migration dashboard

The gauge is a Javabean that I put together following an example I found on the OTN network. There are a number of properties that can be set on this javabean. I really did not spend that much time on the graphics part of the gauge but eventually I will have to do it since our application itself might include some versions of this gauge in the future.

Oracle forms PJC - gauge

There is also a timer (invisible on this canvas) that I borrowed from the Oracle foms 10g demos. The timer is set to 20 min and a custom event trigger is set to query a table that holds the module’s names and their states.

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Comments (4)

Hi there,
You say that you found this gauge javabean on the OTN and that is has a number of properties that can be set.
Is it possible to use this bean in Oracle Forms and if so, where can I find the necessary information to do so?
Theo Leenders

I designed this gauge myself based on a knob bean I found on OTN.
I will be releasing the gauge shown in this post very soon. I was just too busy with the migration.

it’s very good but r we can get a download link

Hi Sir,
From where I can download the .jar file for a gauge like this.
Its really amazing..
Please reply.


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