Oracle 1Z0-140 Certification Exam Syllabus

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Oracle 1Z0-140 Certification Details:

Exam Name Oracle Forms Developer - New Features
Exam Code 1Z0-140
Exam Product Version Forms and Reports
Exam Price USD $245 (Pricing may vary by country or by localized currency)
Duration 90 minutes
Number of Questions 44
Passing Score 64%
Validated Against This exam has been validated against 9i and 10g
Format Multiple Choice
Recommended Training Oracle Forms Developer 10g: Build Internet Applications
Schedule Exam Pearson VUE - Oracle
Recommended Practice 1Z0-140 Online Practice Exam

Oracle 1Z0-140 Certification Topics:

Why Upgrade to Oracle9i /10g Forms?
- Describe the benefits provided by Oracle9i /10g Forms
   - Explain the reasons why Forms has been optimized for the Web
   - Describe Oracle9i /10g Forms productivity enhancements
   - Explain the features for global deployment of Forms applications
   - Explain how Oracle9i /10g Forms provides integration features
   - Describe the openness of Oracle9i /10g Forms
- Explain how Oracle9i /10g Forms has been streamlined
   - Explain the types of features removed from the product
   - Explain components that have been removed from the product
Deploying Forms Applications on the Internet
- Describe the architecture of Oracle9i /10g Application Server
- Explain the role of Oracle Containers for J2EE (OC4J) in deploying applications
- Describe the components of Oracle9i /10g Forms Services
- Describe the process of starting a run-time session
- Run a form from the Forms Builder using OC4J
   - Start and stop an OC4J session
   - Set Forms Builder perferences to use OC4J
- Customize the Forms Services configuration
   - Define environment variables
   - Define Forms Servlet parameters
Deploying Forms Applications Globally
- Specify item length for single-byte, multi-byte, and variable-byte character sets
- Adjust functionality for different time zones
   - Explain how time zone conversion works
   - Modify environment variables to enable time zone conversion
   - Use built-ins to manipulate time zones
- Publish one URL for applications that will be displayed in different languages based on the browser setting
   - Explain how browser language settings are communicated to the application server
   - Describe how the language setting determines the application that runs
   - Deploy language-specific applications
- Describe the TranslationHub tool to translate Forms modules into different languages
   - Explain how to start TranslationHub
   - Describe the TranslationHub user interface
   - Explain the steps to translate an application
Migrating Existing Applications to Oracle9i /10g Forms
- Describe the migration path for applications written in previous versions of Forms
- Explain the methods you can use to upgrade applications
- Use the Oracle9i /10g Forms Migration Assistant to upgrade a Forms6i application
- Explain issues that can be encountered when upgrading from Forms versions prior to 6i
- Describe design and upgrade issues with applications previously deployed by other means
- Explain how to integrate graphs from Forms6i applications
- Run Reports from Oracle9i /10g Forms
Designing Forms Modules Outside the Builder
- Explain the batch methods of modifying Forms modules
- Describe the benefits of modifying Forms with a batch method
- Use the Java API (JDAPI) to modify Forms modules
   - Explain the advantages of using JDAPI
   - Describe the architecture of JDAPI
      - Use JDAPI to:
      - Manage the JDAPI session
      - Create a new Form module
      - Add objects to modules
      - Save and compile modules
      -  Load existing modules
      - Access child objects of a Forms module
      - Modify Forms objects
      - Delete Forms objects
      - Copy and subclass Forms objects
      - Handle exceptions
      - Explain how to write generic code
      - Use javadoc for JDAPI
   - Use the Forms to XML conversion utility to modify Forms modules
Enhancing the User Experience
- Design an LOV that can be canceled for long-running queries
- Write code that retrieves the Forms version
- Write code to restrict a query only the first time it is executed
Troubleshooting Forms Applications
- Describe the components of the Forms Debugger
- Use the Debugger to diagnose problems with a Forms module:
   - Set breakpoints
   - Run a form in debug mode
   - Step through code
- Debug an application remotely
- Enable tracing and logging to help troubleshoot problems:
   - Configure Forms Track
   - Start a trace
   - View Forms Trace output
   - Describe servlet logging levels
   - Turn on Forms Listener Servlet logging
   - Turn on Forms Servlet logging
   - View the servlet log file
Integrating Java into Forms Applications
- Explain the methods for using Java in Forms applications
- Explain the significance of using JDK 1.3
- Use the improved support for JavaBeans
   - Describe JavaBeans
   - Explain how Forms and JavaBeans interact
   - Describe the functionality provided by the FBean package
   - Set bean area item properties
   - Set JavaBean properties
   - Respond to JavaBean events
   - Interact with non-event JavaBeans
   - Deploy JavaBeans for use with Forms applications
- Use Pluggable Java Components
   - Describe Pluggable Java Components (PJCs)
   - Implement PJCs

The Oracle 1Z0-140 Certification Program certifies candidates on skills and knowledge related to Middleware Development Tools products and technologies. The Oracle Forms Developer Certified Professional is granted based on a combination of passing exams, training and performance-based assignments, depending on the level of certification. Oracle 1Z0-140 certification is tangible benchmark of experience and expertise that help you stand out in a crowd among employers. To ensure success, Oracle recommends combining education courses, practice exam and hands-on experience to prepare for your Oracle Forms Developer - New Features certification exam as questions will test your ability to apply the knowledge you have gained in hands-on practice or professional experience.

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