Hi, We use file version to control our projects in our Oracle form .fmb files, but now how can I use version control in Formspider in our test develop environment? Our developer team can not access our production db, so we need 2 licenses for 2 db, one for developer, the other for production db? also how do we deploy the project to our production db from test db and how to keep the old version in history? Tks Ron lee

asked 26 Oct '12, 16:09

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Hi Ron, Thank you for your questions.

Regarding version control; We are developing a Git Formspider integration. Once finished in a few months it will seamlessly integrate your PL/SQL code and Formspider screen definitions to Git. Until then, you may continue using whatever you are using now for PL/SQL. As for Formapider screens, you can take an export file from the Formspider IDE and manage that file in your source control system. Formspider also saves the edit history of each Panel by default. This is not perfect. Hence we are working on Git FS integration but I hope it will do until the better solution is ready. Regarding licenses: installing Formspider for development and testing is free. You don't need to purchase a license. We only ask for a payment if you install Formspider in production. Regarding deployment: You can deploy your PL/SQL code the way you deploy it now. For the screens built with Formapider IDE, you export them using the export utility in the IDE and then import the exported file to your production database.

Hope this helps.

Kind Regards, Yalim

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answered 26 Oct '12, 16:35

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Is there a wizard/tool for migrate forms/reports 6i to Formspider? or sample code? like as Oracle Forms Conversion Tool. -Availability. Tks/Ron

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answered 28 Oct '12, 22:50

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Hi Ron, I am afraid there is not a conversion tool.

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answered 29 Oct '12, 00:19

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