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LOVs in Oracle MAF

We all love one of the most powerful ADF features lists of values. Using them we can declaratively and easily build pretty complicated functionality in ADF applications. A good thing ...
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Declarative SQL Mode Pitfall

As we know a view object definition supports three SQL modes. There are normal, declarative and expert modes. In this post I’m going to focus on the declarative SQL mode. This ...
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Managing Savepoints with ADF BC

While working with ADF BC we usually rely on the framework for performing DML operations in the database. The framework correctly makes all necessary updates in the database during ...
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Showing a Subset of Display Attributes in the Drop-down List with Combo box List of Values

Combo box List of Values (inputComboboxListOfValues) is supposed to be a very popular ADF Faces component for working with LOVs. Frankly speaking, this is my favorite approach when ...
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User sessions, Data controls and AM pooling

Recently I was asked an interesting question about application module pooling. As we know AM pool contains application module instances referenced by user sessions, which allows a session ...
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Using Java API for WebSockets in JDeveloper 12.1.3

Introduction The latest release of JDeveloper 12c (12.1.3.0) along with WebLogic Server 12.1.3 came up with some new Java EE 7 features. One of them is support of JSR 356 Java API for ...
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Really Dynamic Declarative Components

In this short post I am going to focus on ADF dynamic declarative components. I mean a well known ADF tag af:declarativeComponent. It can be used as a pretty convenient way to design ...
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ADF: Popup, Dialog and Input Components

In this post I would like to focus on a very common use case when we have af:popup containing af:dialog with input components inside. There are a couple of pitfalls that we need to ...
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Smart Auto-PPR Change Event Policy

There is a common belief among ADF developers that setting the iterator binding change event policy to ppr  is not a good thing in terms of performance because this policy forces ...
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Working with the Array Data Type in a Table

In this post I would like to follow up on my previous article about Oracle collection data types and I am going to focus on working with oracle.jbo.domain.Array attributes in af:table ...
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