Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Advisor Webcast: WebForms: From HTTP to HTTPS in 3 simple steps

This one-hour session is recommended for technical and functional users who will develop and deploy Oracle Forms on the Web. It will give an introduction to configuring Oracle Forms to be run via the HTTPS / SSL protocol.

Target audience: This seminar is primarily directed towards all Forms developers, but all attendees are welcome.
The web seminar duration is about 60 minutes.

1. Background to the presentation.
2. Introduction to using and configuring HTTPs / SSL protocol in Oracle WebForms.
3. What is required to get it going.
4. Show how simple setting HTTPs for Webforms is.

Event details:
Seminar starts on:
1-October-2008 at 8:00 am GMT / 10:00 am CET
1-October-2008 at 4:00 pm GMT / 6:00 pm CET

To register for the event click the link in top left corner or follow the link in the scheduling note below.
Note 423317.1: Advisor Webcast Scheduling of all Oracle Developer Forms Webcasts 2007 / 2008

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