Oracle Forms Converter trial
DB Best releases Oracle Forms Converter
30 Sep 2020

DB Best is proud to introduce the trial version of Oracle Forms Converter. This application helps clients move away from legacy Oracle Forms and modernizes them to current web-based solutions. Historical background on Oracle Forms modernization Oracle introduced the first version of Forms over 30 years ago. Since then, Oracle Forms and Reports have become deeply embedded in many IT portfolios. Because of Forms and Reports’ tight integration with the Oracle database, it’s hard to replace them or find alternatives. However, the DB Best team has established a proven Oracle Forms and Reports modernization process. Considering the weakness...

PL/SQL to C# converter
Converting embedded Oracle PL/SQL code to C# with an automated converter
09 Sep 2020

Our customer, a global provider of risk management products and services, was looking to reduce maintenance costs by migrating their international Oracle application to Azure. Their source monolithic application used the PL/SQL code embedded into the Oracle database and required a vast modernization effort. Particularly, we faced a challenging task of converting a huge amount of business logic. This proved to be a time-consuming and labor-intensive process. The DB Best team created a fully automated PL/SQL to C# conversion tool, which allowed us to accomplish the project in an efficient, secure, reliable, and cost-effective way. The following...

New Migration Platform release
DB Best released a new 1.4 version of Migration Platform
03 Sep 2020

DB Best is proud to introduce a new version of its Migration Platform — an all-around program that enables all types of automated database migration. In this version, we presented several improvements for the key platform modes: Development and Migration projects. Development project received the support for the SQL Server and Azure platforms, HTML reports for the Test Suite objects, and extra settings for associated and affected objects during and after the test creation. On the other hand, Migration Project received a new pair of the source and target databases: IBM DB2 and PostgreSQL respectively. We also implemented minor upgrades to th...