Use case 1 – display route Consider the following scenario: a route is composed by an ordered list of marker points saved in DB with information regarding name, latitude and longitude. For a selected route you want to display the map in a popup with a coloured route between the points which compose the route. [...]
In what follows we will enable 64-bit computing capabilities in our windows 7 x64 based development environment – JDeveloper 11gR2 (188.8.131.52.0) and WebLogic Server 10.3.5.0.
Last week while trying to install JDeveloper 11g R2 I noticed that one of my partitions – the one where all Oracle software is installed – was full. So , I started looking for the space leak by checking the size of each dir and found out that Oracle Home directory, where all Middleware Homes [...]
In the following we will use console mode on a linux machine to install Application Development Framework Runtime and WebLogic Server and to create & configure a new WLS Domain ready to host ADF applications.
In this post we will use keyboard hints together with drag-and-drop behavior in order to let the user choose the action (copy or move) to be executed for the dragged adf component when the drop event occurs.
In what follows we will use af:inputNumberSlider and af:iterator components in order to implement pagination in ADF.
Recently I used the ADF DVT barGraph component in order to implement a set of statistics and I noticed that by default the graph bars were assigned with the same color. How to configure the dvt:barGraph (or dvt:horizontalBarGraph) to assign a different color for each of its bars?
This posts presents a workaround regarding the issue of invokeAction calling twice and other alternatives to resolve this problem. I’ll start with a fragment from Oracle’s documentation guide:Oracle recommends either adding an appropriate RefreshCondition expression (if you want it evaluated during both phases) or changing the default Refresh setting for invokeAction bindings to either prepareModel [...]
In this post we will use Groovy scripting language with ADF BC in order to fetch and calculate values for exposed (child/parent) view objects attributes. With respect to ViewLinkAccessor Type attribute we will focus on two cases: oracle.jbo.Row and oracle.jbo.RowIterator.
This post describes a mechanism of controling the response received in your application’s context after accessing an URL View defined in your task flow. I consider the following scenario: Let be a page in your task flow which invokes a control flow case by pressing a button The control flow case points to a URL [...]