This article describes how to standardize your JDeveloper Installation as requested in Planning & Getting Started – Team, Skills and Development Environments. It is part of the ADF Architecture Practice lessons and describes the installation with examples for windows.
In this version the Oracle Universal Installer allows the silent installation of JDeveloper. All what you need is the installer file for your platform (e.g. jdev_suite_121300_win64.exe) and a response file. You (more...)
Today at Oracle Open World
, we (Wilfred
and myself) officially announced the 1.0.0 version of the ADF EMG XML Data Control. Check out the presentation
on slideshare if you missed it.
You can get this extension through the JDeveloper Help -> Check for Updates menu. Make sure you select the 'Open Source and Partner Extensions' checkbox:
There you should see the 'ADF EMG Data Control' extension:
A brief description for those (more...)
I got a few questions from people why the ADF EMG Audit Rules are not available in JDeveloper 12.1.3. So there has been a new release of the ADF EMG Audit Rules. No new functionality is implemented this time, but the extension is now available for JDeveloper 12.1.3.
If you go to Help -> Check for Updates, tick the Open source and Partner Extensions checkbox and press Next:
Select the ADF (more...)
Each year at the annual Oracle ACE Director briefing, I look around at the laptops my fellow ACE Directors are carrying. More and more of them are MacBooks – I think we were up to around 50% last year.
That makes it all the more puzzling that the installation guide for the latest version of Oracle JDeveloper (12.1.3) does not mention OS X installs at all. The 12.1.2 version had sections (more...)
When working with more complex XSL files, it can sometimes be useful to disable the Auto Map option. This can easily be achieved in the Auto Map Preferences popup you get when drawing lines in the design view of an XSL Map.
However, once disabled, you will not get this popup anymore to re-enable the Auto Map option. You need to do this through the Tools -> Preferences menu in JDeveloper. On the bottom of (more...)
Normally we pack functionality into libraries and use this library to share the functionality. However, during development of several JDeveloper Extensions our goal was to have one shared java source between our JDeveloper 11g and JDeveloper 12c extension.
Off course we wanted the ability to easily develop, test, debug and run the extension, but we also want to share the java code to introduce reusability.
We accomplished this, by creating a separated ‘coresrc’ folder and (more...)
There is a new release of the ADF EMG Audit Rules extension. With this release there is now support for both JDeveloper11R1 and JDeveloper12c. However, remember that JDeverlop11g does not support the suppression of violations, so this may lead to a lot of violation on existing projects.
Remember that you can define a custom profile in the Audit tab under preferences to unselect certain rules, but off course it is better to look at the (more...)
Today when trying different settings with Basic Authentication and SOA Suite, I wanted to from the embedded OWSM Policy Repository of JDeveloper to the one stored on the application server. In JDeveloper you can do that through preferences (Tools | Preferences). See this blog for more details.
Click on the App Server Connection option and choose an existing connection through the Connections drop-down or add a new one by clicking New.
If you are working with JDeveloper 12c (12.1.2), you will probably have experienced quite a few crashes – I had several during my the live demos in my presentations at the UKOUG Tech 2013 conference in Manchester this week.
A few things that help:
- Increase memory (google “JDeveloper (more...)
In this article I explain a handy way to browse the MDS on the SOA/BPM server from JDeveloper, as well as an (as far as I know) undocumented feature to look up artifacts using a browser.
The Meta Data Services (or MDS for short) of Oracle's SOA/BPM Suite is used (more...)
In this article I explain how you can modify the JDeveloper adf-config.xml file to make it work for both Windows, as well as Linux.
If in a JDeveloper application you point to artifacts in a file based MDS residing in a Windows folder for example "d:\projects\MDS", then JDeveloper will (more...)
Preparing for OpenWorld, I’m updating all my demos to 12c. Unfortunately, my conclusion so far is that nothing works.
The BC tester (now renamed ADF Model Tester) crashes JDeveloper and doesn’t take bind variables. A simple ExecuteWithParams example ignores my parameter value. The list goes on…
Oracle tries to imply (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...)
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...)
Oracle recently came out with JDeveloper 11gR2 (11.1.2.x), and not everyone was impressed. See for example the discussion “Performance and stability of JDeveloper 11gR2 vs. 11gR1” in the ADF Enterprise Methodology Group.
If you look up JDeveloper 11gR2 in the Oracle Lifetime Support Policy document, (more...)
Oracle ADF Faces components provide rich functionality out of the box. One small feature is missing somehow:
a convenient way to set initial focus on input component.
For the inpatient readers: sample workspace to download and start with JDeveloper 188.8.131.52
(11g Release 2) containing a custom tag
After a long time looking into Application development and UX widget, I am taking a fresh look at Web Services and I'll be starting to play with JSON and REST ideas.
But first thing first, I have to refresh my IDE install on my MacBook Air - This is an (more...)
For my upcoming book (“Enterprise Applications with Oracle ADF”), I am currently writing a chapter on productive teamwork with ADF. This was a good reason to have another look at Oracle Team Productivity Center (OTPC), which is Oracle’s Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tool.OTPC offers integration to Bugzilla, Jira, Rally (more...)