Here is an Oracle whitepaper that describes development lifecycle for custom taskflows to be included in WebCenter Portal pages. http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/webcenter/portal/learnmore/wcp-createcustomtaskflow-2135965.pdf Summary of steps Create Fusion Web Application (ADF) to develop custom taskflows. Create Portal server extension application and include shared library of custom taskflows. Build WAR shared library from Fusion Web Application. Build WAR shared

In my last blog, I showed you how to create a custom XPath function to collect consistent error information and pass that information to an error handler service. Let’s extend the XPath function, from my previous blog, by adding customizable parameters to the call. The additional parameters provide the ability to capture specific information by

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

If you’re not familiar with Flexagon’s blog, it is located at flexagon.com/blog/. We post information related to topics such as Oracle SOA, ADF, Oracle Cloud (JCS, DBCS, etc.), DevOps, FlexDeploy, and events.  The Blog posts are a cross section of Oracle specific technical information, Flexagon related topics such as FlexDeploy, and other topics which are vendor agnostic.