Oracle APEX development, support and training

iWare Logic > Oracle APEX development, support and training

iWare Logic, an Oracle Partner and enterprise business applications development and support services company offers custom Oracle application development, support and training services for offshore customers using Oracle Application Express.

iWare Logic has an elite team of experts in application development using Oracle Application Express (APEX), Oracle XE, and SQL Developer. iWare Logic has helped a number of overseas clients develop custom Oracle solutions that integrate fully with other enterprise applications. iWare Logic’s offshore-onshore model helps customers develop Oracle applications at a cost far below their current levels.

iWare Logic also offers basic and advanced Oracle training courses. iWare Logic Oracle’s training classes focus on building database centric web applications using Application Express. Topics include building database objects, creating and manipulating application components and deploying your application. Participants learn to build forms and reports, incorporate different items and shared components, create and utilize various navigation components, manage session and debugging. Other topics include access control, session protection to enforce application security, packaging and exporting applications and using the Utilities and Report capabilities within Oracle Application Express.

iWare Logic’s Advance Oracle Application Express training classes focus on application navigation to build site maps and dashboards. Participants learn to build custom tabular forms that contain validation, use collections, develop themes and templates, print reports within APEX using report queries and design report layouts utilizing BI Publisher. Other topics include extending applications using email notifications, using declarative support, incorporating web services and utilizing SQL Developer for application integration; application server LDAP and SSO.

Training is available onsite and via remote live webcasts