Trivial example on how to add a favicon into your ADF web application.
In this post we will study the rendered attribute defined for ADF components, how it works and what would you have to do in order to conditionally render an ADF component.
In this blog entry we will use the af:autoSuggestBehavior ADF operation in order to enable the user to search, view, add and/or edit data in an enhanced, more professional and intelligent way.
In this post we will use the af:selectManyShuttle ADF component in order to handle – insert, view, update and delete – data in a faster and more elegant way.
In what follows we shall use ADF Data Visualization Components – dvt:pieGraph and dvt:barGraph - in order to present the information to the user in a graphical manner.
Popup ContentDelivery attribute The ContentDelivery attribute of an af:popup component controls the popup initialization time and how does the data get refreshed within the popup. It can have one of the following values: immediate -> The popup component is added inline within the page when the page is loaded. It does not matter if you [...]
In what follows we shall provide an implementation for the af:calendar component.
A Glass Pane is a semitransparent layer that is pulled over the UI so the user can still see the form but cannot use the form controls or input components. At the end of the long-running query, control is passed back to the application and the glass pane is removed (Frank Nimphius). In this post I shall [...]
In this post I’ll present a search method that enables the user to enter the search string one time and select the field/fields with respect to which he/she wishes the search to be done. This method will be used, as you shall see in what follows, to replace the ADF table filters.
This post will teach you how to configure the ADF Progress Indicator component within a .jspx web page of your OFM 11g application.