Are there tutorials available for JDeveloper and ADF 11g?
The following tutorials are available for JDeveloper and ADF 11g. These step-by-step instructions guide you through common tasks for application developers and provide background concepts and information to help you understand what you are accomplishing in the steps. Important note-This page contains tutorials for the older 11. 1. 1.
What is ADF menu in JDeveloper?
An ADF menu is an XML metadata resource that contains all the information required in a menu, such as labels and values for navigating to the appropriate page in the menu. Read more… When creating ADF menus in JDeveloper, Oracle recommends that you start with the lowest menu in the hierarchy when your menus have submenus as children.
How to create an unbounded task flow in JDeveloper?
For example, JDeveloper, by default, creates an empty unbounded task flow (source file name is adfc-config.xml) when you create a Fusion web application using the Fusion Web Application template. At runtime, the Fusion web application can call bounded task flows from activities that you added to this unbounded task flow.
Can ADF bounded task flow accept input parameters?
A called ADF bounded task flow can accept input parameters and can pass return values to the caller upon exit. Read more… – Input parameters on the task flow call activity.
What can I do with JDeveloper IDE?
Learn about the major components of the JDeveloper IDE and how they can be used to build a basic application. Learn how to build an end-to-end rich Internet application that interacts with a database using the ADF Framework. Learn how to build a master-detail and edit a web application with ADF Faces, EJB and JPA.
How do I deploy an emulator to a JDeveloper application?
Confirm your emulator is still running. At the bottom of the emulator, click the Applications icon and all the installed applications will be visible. Keep the emulator open and return to JDeveloper and the MyMobileApp application. In the Application menu, select Deploy – New Deployment Profile to start the Create Deployment Profile dialog box.
What version of JDeveloper do I need to create an Excel workbook?
You will use JDeveloper 18.104.22.168.0 (Release1) and Oracle ADF 11g Desktop Integration to develop Excel workbooks that are integrated with an ADF Web application. Read more… You will start with a JDeveloper application predefined with the Business Components and page definition bindings that are required for the Excel workbook.