Category: ADF

Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g has finally arrived and it’ll give as well developers as customers the possibility to implement bleeding edge technology throughout the Oracle Stack. Just looking at the different features and functionalities that have been build into the stack is amazing and most of all, you can’t get round fusion anymore. So let’s […]

Duncan Mills gave a great presentation on ODTUG regarding the Fusion Design Fundamentals which gave more insight in how to manage and start in Fusion Development. The key take aways I found very interesting: The Groundwork: 1. understand the fundamentals of the UI in which you’re aware of what ADF can and can’t do (don’t […]

Monday morning I followed the session of Lucas Jellema, Putting a Smile on ADF Faces. The presentation was great, especially because Lucas created a demo with some of the features integrated that Steve Miranda had shown in the keynote session regarding Fusion Apps. Take aways from this session: A table can fetch data in an […]

This group is a place to discuss best practices and methodologies for JDeveloper ADF Enterprise development, including effort by “experts” in ADF to discuss high level issues than those discussed on the OTN JDeveloper Forums. This effort is an overall part of getting ADF experts, advocates and programmers to start collaborating at user group events […]

When you’re developing a JSF or ADF Faces application and your giving your customer a first testing-experience, you’ll notice the browser’s back button is a very interesting functionality used by a lot of end-users. JSF saves the state of every page loaded in a browser, which means everytime a user clicks the browser back button, […]

BPEL, Business Process Execution Language, is the expression language to automate business processes. As well system tasks as human tasks can be automated using a standardized approach. The upcoming release of 11g will have a lot of new features incorporated, in this blog-post I will elaborate on some of these functionalities in relation to 10g.In […]

The previous year we went to ODTUG to talk about our quality assurance toolkit developed for ApEx. This year we’re going to talk about data integration services delivered using OBI EE, ODI and of course Oracle Warehouse Builder. And I’m also very pleased to announce the ‘ADF Methodology for the Masses’ community will also present […]