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Where can I find a good Tutorial in Oracle Forms 6i
by:jrb1Posted on 2005-04-06 at 08:56:26ID: 13718231
Here are a couple of possible books:
Oracle Forms Developers Handbook
975 (!!!) pages
Oracle Developer Forms Techniques
by Bulusu Lakshman
List Price: $34.99
Published: FEB 18, 2000
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