Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

Oracle UPK (User Productivity Kit) – Chapter 5. Editing a UPK topic with the developer.

Oracle UPK (User Productivity Kit) – Chapter 5. Editing a UPK topic with the developer.

Greetings all,


In the previous chapter, we created our first “Hello world” outline and recorded a simple topic, navigating to the Oracle website.

This chapter will focus on the editing possibilities of the UPK Developer after a topic has been recorded.


Editing a UPK Topic

The UPK Editor opens after you recorded a topic or when you double-click on the topic in the outline (after recording).


The UPK Editor consists of 4 main parts:

  1. The recorded screen.
  2. The frame structure.

-          Each time you select a frame from the structure, the properties and recorded screen change according to the selected frame.

3.   Frame properties

-          For each frame you can select the frame properties in this screen.

4.    The main configuration items


In the following movie I will explain each of these parts of the UPK Editor.


In the following chapter I will discuss the usage of webpages in the UPK


Thank you for your attention.

Stay Tuned!


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June 1, 2012

Dear Lucas,

Thank you for your interest in the Blog and the UPK tool.

You can mail me at

Describe me your problem and i’ll see if i can help you.
(Maybe add a screenshot when needed)


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June 1, 2012

Hello, Michael

My name is Luke, I am developing a great application in the tool UPK Developer for a company that NSI has partnered with Oracle in Brazil. The development goal is to create an environment for the use of internal training and distance. I would ask your help to use the tool. I looked on the blog and your tutorials are very good, I would ask you, the drive “/”, where he is in the file C: ‘. I would ask for some personal email for contact.

Sorry for English.

Thank you!


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