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ADF Task Flow: Managed bean scopes for page fragments

Introduction When we work with ADF Task Flows and need to implement some flow specific business logic or store some information connected with the flow, we usually use pageFlowScope managed beans. And when we ...
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ADF BC: Create a UI table binded to Business Components

In this example we are going to show how to create a simple UI table (af:table) which is binded to Business Components. Once again, I tried to search on the net with the simple criteria: ‘How to create ...
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ADF: Backing bean scope in task flow finalizer

IntroductionThis is very common and recommended practice to use task flow finalizers when we need to do some final job (clean resources, close connections, etc) before the task flow is gone. As usual we work with managed bea ...
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Dynamic ADF Train: Adding train stops programmatically

I’m going to show how to add train stops to ADF train programmatically “on-the-fly”. In my use-case I have some ticket-booking application. It has a bounded task flow with train model. At the first stop of the tr ...
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ADF: Using UI Categories with Dynamic form

JDev 11g R2 has new interesting feature “UI Categories”. It allows us to group VO’s attributes declaratively at the view object definition level. For example, “UI Categories” tab for my VEmployees vi ...
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ADF Declarative Component example

In my previous post I promised to show  how to create ADF Declarative Component for Smart List Of Values. So, I’m going to create a component consisting of three elements: a label, an input text and a combobox list ...
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Master Detail CRUD operations with Regions ADF 11g

Hi, This is an example that demonstrates how to create a Master Detail relationship between tables by using Regions. The main purpose of regions is the notion of reusability. With regions and bounded task flows we can reuse our pa ...
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