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How to Pass Parameters to ActionListener in ADF

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In some cases, it is required to pass a value to ActionListener of ADF Button. The method that can be invoked by actionListeners has only one parameter of type ActionEvent. So I will explain how to pass parameter to that bean method however it contains only one paramater ActionEvent in method signature. I added button to my page as below The ...

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Oracle ADF and Oracle Jet work together. Architecture patterns

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In this post I am going to consider various architecture patterns of implementing an application on top of combination of Oracle ADF and Oracle Jet.  An organization practicing ADF may think on incorporating Oracle Jet for existing projects to refresh look&feel and make it modern and responsive and to implement new features in a new way. It may think on ...

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Application Modules and Entity Cache

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Any ADF developer with some basic knowledge of ADF Business Components would be familiar with the following diagram: It represents the core building blocks of ADF Business Components at run-time. There is an instance of a root application module containing view object instances. View object instances might be backed up by entity objects that are stored in entity collection or in other words entity ...

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Automated Software Testing of Fusion Middleware applications with FlexDeploy

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Automated software testing is one of the mandatory activities that any software organization should perform in order to be able to guarantee quality of their products. However, very often this process turns to be a pretty complicated thing, especially when it comes to automated testing of modern complex systems consisting of a number of different parts. All those parts are ...

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Understanding ADF Bindings in ADF Lifecycle

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In this post I am going to focus on ADF Bindings layer and explore how it works when an ADF page with some data is initially requested from a browser. Oracle ADF provides its own extended version of JSF lifecycle. Actually, ADF extends standard JSF lifecycle implementation class and provides ADF phase listener which gets notified with before and after ...

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LOVs in Oracle MAF

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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 is that we have a similar approach in Oracle MAF as well. In ADF BC we define LOVs, attribute UI hints, validation  rules, etc. at the Business Service level, basically ...

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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 the DBTransaction commit cycle. The cool thing is that the database transaction is going to be managed automatically in that case. So, if something went wrong, if some entities failed to ...

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User sessions, Data controls and AM pooling

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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 to fetch exactly the same AM instance from the pool at the subsequent request.               And if there is more than one root application module in ...

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