One of the great features of ADF is the easy out-of-the-box support for Partial Page Rendering (PPR) using the partialTriggers, autoSubmit and partialSubmit properties. And when things get a bit more complex there is a very easy API to do it programmatically. But what if
Next week, I’m off for the OUGN Spring Conference that the Norwegian Oracle User Group arranges on board a cruise ship sailing from Oslo to Kiel and back. This event gathers the Oracle A-List, including Tom Kyte, Cary Millsap, Bryn Llewellyn, Mark Rittman, Markus Eisele and many others – it’s (more...)
Here one day before deadline, I have entered almost my entire current catalog of presentations for consideration in the Oracle OpenWorld 2013 agenda. One new for this year: “Worst Oracle ADF Project Ever”
If you would like me to speak at one of your events, the following are the presentations (more...)
I recently had to upgrade a WebLogic Server with ADF for a customer. It was WebLogic 10.3.4 to 10.3.6 and ADF 126.96.36.199 to 188.8.131.52. They also used Enterprise Manager.
Everything went fine except for the Enterprise Manager which ended up (more...)
With the IdentityStore framework of Fusion Middleware you can change or create any user or role in almost every LDAP server. With this framework the authenticated user change their own password from ADF or in your own ADF Admin page you can create an user with its roles without knowing (more...)
In the current version of ADF Mobile the ADF DataControls ( URL and WS ) only supports SOAP and JSON-XML. But this does not mean we cannot use JSON. To handle JSON we can use the RestServiceAdapter
classes. The RestServiceAdapter will handle the Rest Service and JSONBeanSerializationHelper helps (more...)
This years visit to Oracle Open World is for me the best of both worlds. First of all I get to attend one of the biggest, if not the biggest, IT conferences in the world. Second, I have two presentations. Both are on Sunday afternoon. The first one is a (more...)
This blog post is a follow up to the previous one about modularity in Oracle ADF.
Sample applications provided in a blog posts are simplified focusing on one or few aspects described.
Real world ADF applications and task flows can be more sophisticated:
It is a diagram (some-task-flow-defintion.xml (more...)
You might already asked yourself a question like this: How to design an application in a modular way? The principle of "Divide and conquer" helps us to get a complexity under control by breaking possibly complex system into a smaller manageable pieces a.k.a. modules.
This blog post shows how the (more...)
Data push with Active Data Services (ADS) in Oracle ADF has been available for some years.
AJAX functionality has got attention in JSF2 specification. JSF2 made its way into ADF with JDeveloper Release2.
This blog post provides a simple ADF active Chat application, built by using active data service functionality (more...)
This blog post addresses one particular issue related to ADF Bean Data Control: how to refresh. The readers which are not yet familiar with Bean DC might refer for example to the tutorial Using Bean Data Control or this video Working with the ADF Java Bean Data Control by Shay Shmeltzer to get (more...)
Readers of this blog might already took a notice about one link on a right side, pointing to experimental page with live ADF sample application embedded on it. It looks like I'm not alone to have the idea of live ADF samples in my head. Zeeshan Baig, featured in recent (more...)
Bounded task flows are natural building blocks of modular Oracle ADF applications. A bounded task flow facilitates the isolation of specific implementation details in its own memory scope - a page flow scope. For example, a managed bean in pageFlow scope has a lifespan of its bounded flow.
The other commonly used (more...)
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One of the advantages to using commercial, fully supported framework like Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) is that the vendor supplies a list of supported browsers. If something doesn’t work or doesn’t look right, it’s the vendor’s problem.
When we started a recent project, we initially made sure that our (more...)
Developers using Oracle ADF to build applications most likely get in touch with ADF Business Components (exposed as Data Controls) first. The framework provides few other types of Data Controls out of the box , like URL Data Control, to facilitate an access to various data sources and services. There (more...)
One of key concepts in Oracle ADF is a binding layer and Data Controls. In this post the readers are going to find an example usage of:
ADF JMX Data Control used to create a user in Weblogic server embedded LDAP a declarative way.
Custom JSF2 exception factory and handler (more...)