Posts Tagged ‘Integration’

Cool Tools 19: Frevvo Live Forms (with WCI Integration!)

Friday, May 27th, 2011

We’ve spent some time recently talking about AquaLogic Studio Server, and even got a tip from our buddy Geoff Garcia about the date Oracle officially stopped supporting it (November 2010).

So now what? You still have requirements to easily build forms and workflows and reports, but aren’t planning on a full move to another platform in the short term. Well, at a recent project where we’ve deployed Atlassian’s Confluence (also integrated with WCI), we came across this great form-builder plugin called Frevvo Live Forms.

In a word, it’s awesome – check out this quick demo (more videos here):

That got us thinking: what about using Frevvo as a replacement for Studio? We could develop the integration so that forms could be added as portlets and administered just like Studio. It’d do everything Studio can (integrate with portal security settings, custom-define forms and fields), have great new features (new data types, drag-and-drop form building, workflows), and, well, it wouldn’t suck like Studio.

So, that’s exactly what we did:

Interested in how to dump Studio and move on to a more powerful form-builder with workflows and much cooler reports? Contact us.

The Four Tenets of Portal Integration

Friday, January 29th, 2010

Thinking about integrating applications into a portal (like, conveniently, WebCenter Interaction)?  I have, and am (Blogs and Wikis, anyone?). 

If so, whether you’re looking at a third-party application, open-source code base, or are planning to develop your own custom application, there are Four Tenets of Portal Integration you should consider.  Check them out!

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