Oracle Java Cloud – How to Create Access Rule for Managed Server

When you get fresh instance of Oracle Java Cloud, you are assigned with one admin and one managed server. If there is requirement to host multiple environments - demo, production, etc. - one managed server is not enough. Is better to run different environments on dedicated managed servers, this would simplify maintenance. WebLogic 12.2.1.2 partitions are not supported yet for Fusion Middleware, so only choice we have right now - different managed (more...)

Oracle Java Cloud Upgrade to 12.2.1.2

We finished upgrade of our production Oracle Java Cloud instance to 12.2.1.2. This allows us to use new ADF BC REST features (16.5.2 What You May Need to Know About Versioning the ADF REST Framework).

Upgrade to newer version in Oracle Cloud is similar to on-premise upgrade. We need to create new service instance for software release 12.2.1.2 and later re-deploy our app, re-configure data (more...)

Simple Way to Export Your Data from Oracle Cloud

You should not get stuck in the Cloud. There are various options to create Oracle Cloud backup, but is very important to keep a local copy of your data. One of the simplest options to create a local copy of data from the Oracle Cloud - use Oracle SQL Developer.

Define Oracle Cloud DB connection in SQL Developer (the same as regular DB connection):


Use Database Export utility from Oracle SQL Developer:


Allows to export (more...)

ADF Editable Table – Recommendation For Data Entry Optimization

I will explain data entry use case related to ADF table. Specifically I will talk about a bit more complex case, when some columns in the table are set with AutoSubmit=true, to force values to be submitted to the server on change. This can be required when validation rule must be processed on value change or there are dependent re-calculated fields in the same row.

If you are using AutoSubmit=true columns in ADF table, it (more...)

Setting Invalid Fields for the UI in ADF BC Groovy

What if you have entity level validation rule and want to attach validation error message to specific field. By default this is not possible - all entity level validation error messages are displayed in the popup and are not attached to the fields (differently than attribute level validation rule messages).

Apparently there is a way to achieve such requirement with Groovy expression, this can be executed from entity level validation - adf.error.addAttribute('Salary'). In (more...)

ADF 12c New Groovy API to Work with View Object Methods

I have interesting topic to share - new Groovy API in ADF to work with View Object, apply View Criteria, execute it. I have discovered it while experimenting with new features and functionality in ADF 12c. Starting from ADF 12.2.1, we have an option to code Groovy in separate file with extension .bcs - ADF BC Groovy Improvements in ADF 12.2.1. This makes sense especially with this new Groovy API - (more...)

Contextual Event API Improvements in ADF 12.2.1.x

ADF 12.2.1.x brings improved API support for Contextual Event implementation - this should simplify Contextual Event usage. Now Contextual Events can be produced without referencing ActionEvent or SelectionEvent, also there is no need to define Data Control to implement Contextual Event handler. Read more in ADF 12.2.1.x documentation - 46.4 Creating Contextual Events Using Managed Beans. I will provide example and explanation how to use these improvements.

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Speaking on Oracle OOW’16 – MCS, JET, ACS, JCS and MAF

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| Sep 7, 2016
With Oracle Open World’16 around the corner, I have prepared demo use case including Mobile Cloud Service (MCS), JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET), Application Cloud Service (ACS) and Java Cloud Service (JCS). I will describe what Oracle Cloud offers to implement end-to-end enterprise solution.

This year I will be speaking on two sessions.

End-to-End Cloud: Oracle Java Cloud, Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, Oracle MAF, and Oracle JET [CON2388]

Monday, Sep 19, 12:30 p.m. – (more…)