Recently I’ve been working more and more with JDeveloper Extension Projects. When working with Extension Projects, you deploy to your target platform a lot. I’ve noticed that sometimes, your JDeveloper Platform gets confused with this and the extension you’re working on doesn’t load correctly.
For example, you deploy your extension to the target platform, you follow this deployment in the log file and you see it got deployed successfully. After this, you debug the extension (more...)
If you created an extension project, you can share this with others by creating a zip file. However, there is a powerful mechanism in JDeveloper called Update Centers. This blog will show you how you create an Update Center to share your own Extension Projects.
I’ll use my workspace from this blog
about Audit Rules as example. Step 1 is creating an bundle.xml within your Project source. The bundle.xml should like like this:
Our use case was to have a table displaying data, with under this table some content. The content needed to be directly under the last table row. In ADF 12c this goes a lot better, but in ADF 11g, the table takes up some default space.
I recreated this on a HR example application:
ADF has a cool feature which can help in situations like this, it’s called ‘autoHeightRows’. In the documentation
of the (more...)
Over the last few weeks, I gathered and produced more and more info about Audit Rules, JDeveloper Extension Projects and other stuff related to creating Audit Rules.
I thought it might be wise to create some sort of an index page to refer to all these blogs, guides, articles and (more...)
Today at the UKOUG I showed a new plug-in for JDeveloper 12c together with Wilfred
, the ADF EMG Audit Rules. You can find it through JDevelopers Check for Updates in the Help menu. This plug-in is a starting point for creating rules out of the code guidelines document you (more...)