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23 janvier 2010 6 23 /01 /janvier /2010 10:57

LongBridge FormsImageBean
Image Capture, Storage, Retrieval
Manipulation and Management

  New, Improved & Productive FormsImageBean (Version 2.0) for your Real-World Document Management needs !!!

Besides the basic features of Opening a document for viewing page by page; Acquiring new image(s) from an Imaging device; Printing an entire document; Zooming In/Out; Resetting a viewed page back to its 'Fit to Window' size; Saving the document; and Clearing the Image Viewer; the New Features of FormsImageBean Ver 2.0 provides:
  • Save an Individual Page or ALL Pages into a New Document in any supported file format
  • Save document with Multi-Pages into Individual Documents, for each Page, in any supported file format
  • Add more pages Before or After an existing Page from the Imaging device
  • Merge existing pages and New Page(s) added into a New TIF/TIFF formatted file
  • Toggle between Smooth & Non-Smooth Image while viewing each page
  • Print or Delete opened document with a Page Range
  • Rotate any page, with Apply function to make it permanent
  • More functionalities being added based on various customization requirements from those who are already using this Commercial JavaBean

 

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16 janvier 2010 6 16 /01 /janvier /2010 13:58
For those who want to better know what you can do with the Oracle Forms Look and Feel Project, I have recorded a few live demos.

You can reach them from the Photos/Live demos tab of the Forms Look and Feel site.


http://sheikyerbouti.developpez.com/forms-pjc-bean/LAF/doc/images/live_demo_link.jpg

Feel free to watch them  ;-)

Francois
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15 janvier 2010 5 15 /01 /janvier /2010 13:14
The new Forms Look and Feel Project 1.4 version is out with an HTML Scrolling Panel.

L&F 1.4

Like a Scrolling Banner, it is usefull to display big information in a small room.
You can display external HTML pages but also single text as well.

This new version also take into account some of the Forms 11g new features, like PJCs sending back custom events to Forms.

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14 janvier 2010 4 14 /01 /janvier /2010 16:26
In the next version of the LAF - 1.4 - I will introduce a Scrolling Panel able to scroll any HTML content.
You woul be able to have a sort of scrolling banner in your Forms application, usefull when you have a lot of information to display in a small room.
Of course, because it displays HTML content, you can also follow HTML links ;-)

Here is a short ScreenToaster record, just to have an idea:


The next version will, also, take into account the new Forms 11g and its ability to raise events from the PJCs.

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8 janvier 2010 5 08 /01 /janvier /2010 11:14
I am still looking for a job. If you have any special needs (complex Forms modules, special Java Beans, etc.), I can make this work. In this case, do not hesitate to let me know.
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7 janvier 2010 4 07 /01 /janvier /2010 15:38
Here is a Forms 11g Pluggable Java Component that allows sending back to the Forms application each key pressed in a Text Item
(single or multi-line).

As you know, the older versions (Forms 10g and Forms 9i) did not allow PJCs to send back custom events to the Forms application. Only a Java Bean that extends the VBean class could do so, then you had to put a seperate Bean Area on the canvas.
Now, with the new Forms 11g version, every PJC that extends VTextField, VTextArea, VCheckBox, etc... can send back custom events.



Key Pressed 11g


This PJC can only work with the Forms 11g version. It won't work with any older version like 10g or 9i.

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6 décembre 2009 7 06 /12 /décembre /2009 11:21
It has been three years since the Pluggable Java Component & JavaBean 's site exists.
It has always delivered free solutions, but there is no reason why it does not also offer business solutions.
This is the reason why, it proposes, now, commercial high elaborated solutions.

The first of them is proposed by LongBridge company and its Image Capture, Storage, Retrieval, Manipulation and Management Java Bean.

I hope it will be followed by many others
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17 novembre 2009 2 17 /11 /novembre /2009 20:20
Here is a PJC that includes a menu in a Text Item.


Text Filed Menu

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9 novembre 2009 1 09 /11 /novembre /2009 10:07
The new Forms Look and Feel Project 1.3.9 version is out with new features about the LOVs and the Alert Boxes.

L&F 1.3.9

They have,now, the same Look than the other elements.

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29 octobre 2009 4 29 /10 /octobre /2009 17:18

Following the request of LAF users who claim that Alert Boxes and LOVs do not support the L&F decoration, I have implemented these new features in the next 1.3.9 version.

Personally, I would never have thought about re-writing the LOV stuff because the Standard LOV feature is robust and efficient, so I did do this exercise in the sole purpose of satisfying the users.

So that, the LAF LOVs are displayed with the same L&F that the one used for the other LAF objects.

LAF LOVs


To add something new to the stuff, I used the Swing Jtable feature in the purpose of adding new functions, like moving and sorting columns and also let the end-user choose what column is to use to filter the LOV.

Before delivering this new version, I would like to know if some of you would be interested in testing this version and give feedback to me?

If you are interested in and have time to spend, send me an email on the forms.pjc.bean mail, then I will send you the new version, for you, to test.


Thank in advance,


Francois

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