Tag: ADF

In a previous post (Starting with ADF 11G Logging), I explained how ADF logging is simple to set up, and how it will enable you to set the logging levels at runtime, without having to restart any server. When I showed this to a colleague of mine, he immedialtely popped the question : “Can’t we use […]

On 26 March OBUG Connect, the yearly Oracle Benelux User Group conference, will be held in Antwerp. iAdvise will be presenting about ADF and web services. We’ll show you how you can expose your ADF Business components as Web Services. But also how you can consume Web Services in your application. The presentation is session […]

A few weeks ago we did an ODTUG Webinar: “Oracle ADF Immersion: How an Oracle Forms Developer Immersed Himself in the Oracle ADF World”. About 186 followed the seminar online. Those people received a link to the recorded session and the slides of the presentation. For those who couldn’t attend, these are the slides of the presentation: ADF […]

In software development, logging is an indispensible part of the job. When developing  java programs, Log4j (Apache framework) is probably the most commonly used framework. But when we are writing Java programs, using the Oracle ADF framework, there is another option : ADF Logger. This logger is integrated in the Weblogic enterprise manager, and gives […]

I hope today was the hardest day of the trip… We landed In San Francisco on saturday afternoon. From the airport to Moscone West for our conferences passes because we had our presentation at 9am on sunday morning. A late dinner and off to bed, but after being awake for 24 hours, something called jetlag […]