I picked up various things, from small tips and tricks to big lessons. Instead of keeping my notes to myself, I will try to give (more...)
Sample application - RowIndexAppADF.zip, implements a table with row (more...)
The main reason for this is that JDeveloper 12c sets the context-parameter Default Dimensions to 'auto' in the web.xml file:
The default value of this property (if not set) is not (more...)
I was doing same thing as to configure MDS support for ADF Query Saved Search - defining persistence config in add-config.xml file. This (more...)
A long tail is a distribution of some data point where a few data point have a high value, but most of the data points have a much lower value. When sorting the data points by value, there will be a large “head” and a long “tail”.
Application usage displays the “long tail” characteristic: A few screens are used much more than others.
If you are re-developing your application, for example moving from Oracle Forms (more...)
There is a command line start up parameter to start Google Chrome in incognito modus, a great feature in JDeveloper is that you can set these command line parameters.
If you navigate to (more...)
The Winter 2014 issue is almost a book: 136 pages of high-quality technology articles by some of the leading experts in their respective fields. My contribution is the article “From Requirements to Tool Choice” about how to choose the right Oracle development tools (ADF, APEX, or Forms).
And did I mention it (more...)
The first issue of my ADF Mastery newsletter has just been published (sign up here if you missed it). In this issue, I discuss Oracle ADF skill levels.
If builders built buildings the way programmers wrote programs, then the first woodpecker that came along would destroy civilization.
Gerald Weinberg, Weinberg’s Second Law
Too many programmers simply Google for a code snippet that seems like it might solve the problem at hand, and use it (more...)
ADF has a cool feature which can help in situations like this, it’s called ‘autoHeightRows’. In the documentation of the (more...)
I’m establishing an ADF community here in Denmark (primarily Copenhagen) where we can meet face to face and discuss our ADF projects and challenges across companies and projects. The next meeting is on January 7 – please sign up here:
In 2014, I’ll be sending out a monthly ADF newsletter to help you on your way towards mastering ADF. If you sign up for the newsletter before Christmas, you’ll be entered into the drawing for a copy of my latest book “Developing Web Applications with Oracle ADF Essentials”. Sign up (more...)
When I run the application,
If I (more...)