Oracle JDeveloper 11gR2 Cookbook

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Learn
  • Get quickly up and running by downloading, installing and optimizing JDeveloper on Linux
  • Absorb the foundational techniques presented for laying out the Fusion Web ADF Application during the application architectural phases
  • Get to grips with using custom properties and property sets for generic programming and overriding doDML() to populate sequence attributes
  • Work with View objects, List-of-Values, Bind Variables and View Criteria
  • Handle security, exceptions, logging and session timeouts
  • Create and use generic extension interfaces, service-enabling Application Modules and shared Applications Modules
  • Go further with ADF Faces techniques like using custom listeners for query panel operations and programmatically executing operation bindings
  • Master Task Flow techniques such as using a Method Call activity to initialize a page and using Task Flow Initializers

 

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Oracle’s Application Development Framework (ADF) for Fusion Web Applications leverages Java EE best practices and proven design patterns to simplify constructing complex web solutions with JDeveloper, and this hands-on, task-based cookbook enables you to realize those complex, enterprise-scale applications. With the help of real-world implementations, practical recipes cover everything from design and construction, to deployment, testing, debugging and optimization.

This practical, task-based cookbook takes you, the ADF developer, on a practical journey for building Fusion Web Applications. By implementing a range of real world use cases, you will gain invaluable and applicable knowledge for utilizing the ADF framework with JDeveloper 11gR2.

“Oracle JDeveloper 11gR2 Cookbook” is a task-based guide to the complete lifecycle of Fusion Web Application development using Oracle JDeveloper 11gR2 and ADF.

You will get quickly up and running with concepts like setting up Application Workspaces and Projects, before delving into specific Business Components such as Entity Objects, View Objects, Application Modules and more. Along the way you will encounter even more practical recipes about ADF Faces UI components and Backing Beans, and the book rounds off by covering security, session timeouts and exceptions.

With “Oracle JDeveloper 11gR2 Cookbook” in hand you will be equipped with the practical knowledge of a range of ready to use implementation cases which can be applied to your own Fusion Web ADF Applications.

Features
  • Encounter a myriad of ADF tasks to help you enhance the practical application of JDeveloper 11gR2
  • Get to grips with deploying, debugging, testing, profiling and optimizing Fusion Web ADF Applications with JDeveloper 11gR2 in this book and e-book
  • A high level development cookbook with immediately applicable recipes for extending your practical knowledge of building ADF applications

Bonus Chapter

Page Count 406
Course Length 12 hours 10 minutes
ISBN 9781849684767
Date Of Publication 24 Jan 2012

Authors

Nick Haralabidis

Nick Haralabidis has over 20 years experience in the Information Technology industry, and a multifaceted career in such positions as Senior IT Consultant, Senior Software Engineer and Project Manager for a number of U.S. and Greek corporations (Compuware, Chemical Abstracts Service, NewsBank, CheckFree, Intrasoft International, Unisystems, MedNet International and others). His many years of experience have exposed him to a wide range of technologies ranging from Java, J2EE, C++, C, and Tuxedo, to a number of database technologies. For the last four years Nick has been actively involved in large implementations of next generation enterprise applications utilizing Oracle’s JDeveloper, Application Development Framework (ADF) and SOA technologies. He holds a B.S. in Computer Engineering and an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Bridgeport. When he is not pursuing ADF professionally, he writes on his blogs JDeveloper Frequently Asked Questions (http://jdeveloperfaq.blogspot.com) and ADF Code Bits (http://adfcodebits.blogspot.com). He is active in the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) JDeveloper and ADF forum where he both learns from and helps other forum users.