ADF

ADF is a highly productive but somewhat complex framework, and has evolved to optimize the default settings for better performance. But there are many options which depend on the specific application and use case, so here are are few pain points and solutions that you should consider for better performance of your ADF applications. It

In my previous blog article, I recommended use of SubVersion repository to share ADF Library JAR files across various JDeveloper applications. Now i will show steps on how to create Deployment Profile to create ADF Library JAR files. Deployment Profile is JDeveloper concept which is basically visual editor to define how certain archives are build,

ADF promotes reusability at every aspect of enterprise software development. For example, along with sharing Java code, you can build and share Business Services (entity, view and application module objects), UI Task flows (reusable user interface), Declarative Components (extensions to ADF UI Components) etc. In this article, i will talk about how to approach this

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This blog post is a continuation of the previous blog post by Chandresh Patel. I will demonstrate the deployment capabilities for the FlexDeploy DevOps solution by deploying the Work Better application that was built in the previous post. As your build is progressing, you can click on Execution Id to view the details of the request.  The Execution

In this blog post, I will show the high level steps to automate the build process for fusion web applications, built using JDeveloper. This applies to JDeveloper 11g as well as 12c. I will demonstrate this process using the Work Better application provided by Oracle and our FlexDeploy DevOps solution. Application is stored in SubVersion as

Here is how default table looks like with Row Banding Interval set to 1. Now, let’s apply skin changes (shown later) and we can change layout as shown below. Notice, few very visible changes. Here is skin code for each change. Change Title to be centered. af|column::column-header-cell-content {    text-align: center; } Change Row banding color.

In my previous blog, i explained how to build a Skin for ADF application. It is not very productive to build skin, deploy as ADF Library JAR and test in ADF application. Fortunately there are features to dynamically update skin file changes to running application. First prepare your ADF application to accept dynamic skin changes.