In this demo I tried to combine the usefull drag and drop functionality provided by ADF together with the af:tree component. The idea was very simple. Having a two level tree with Departments on the first level and Employees on the second. Expanding a Department node will make all Employee nodes that belong to the […]

Good looking, user friendly and easy to implement. These are the three most attractive characteristics of the hierarchy viewer component. In the following demo you can see step by step instructions and screen shots demonstrating how to create and link the model objects, as well as how to create the jsf components and bindings. In […]

If you are one of the many who are struggling with the migration from Oracle Forms to Oracle ADF then one of the first things that you need to read is this chapter of the documentation. ADF Equivalents of Common Oracle Forms Triggers It maps basic Forms action triggers to the ADF equivalent solutions.

A very impressive component in JDeveloper11g is the Carousel. It can be used to display multiple form information at the same time and easily navigate through them. I created a very simple demo presenting the basic functionality of this component. On the top of the page I added a read only table with the Departments […]

As mentioned in previous posts using Groovy exressions in jdeveloper is a fast, easy to implement, maintain and debug practice with several usages an ADF project. Consider the case where in Employees we need the Email attribute to be unique. To do this we create a uniqueKey validator in the Entity Object as described in […]