In what follows we will enable 64-bit computing capabilities in our windows 7 x64 based development environment – JDeveloper 11gR2 (184.108.40.206.0) and WebLogic Server 10.3.5.0.
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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.
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.
In what follows we are going to present the behavior of JDeveloper 220.127.116.11.0 when a view criteria having more than one item referencing the same view object attribute is defined.
This post presents the settings needed in order to change the JVM used by the integrated WebLogic Server instance from Oracle JDeveloper 3.0 to Oracle JRockit JVM.