Posts on Jan 1970

JDeveloper 12.c: and Ubuntu 13.04

For those developers thinking to start using JDeveloper 12.c in Ubuntu 13.04; Once the installation is made either in 32 bits or 64 bits distribution, and using either the Linux installer or generic installation package, the result is going to be the same; JDeveloper won’t run. It will certainly trick you to think everything is going fine and no errors whatsoever, but after the splash screen, nothing happen and the icon disappears.

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JDeveloper and ADF Forum Weekly Digest. Answered Questions.

We have decided to just post the most relevant Question and Answers (our own opinion) for last week from the OTN JDeveloper and ADF forums. As always, an screenshot for your reference and a link to the post will be provided. This is purely informative purposes and we do not agree or disagree with the content of the posts;

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ADF Tutorial: How to executeWithParams with a LOV – SelectOneChoice and no command button

When creating and experimenting ADF Applications, a common thought or requirement would be to filter a table upon a selection from a LOV. This might sound straightforward to implement; Autosubmit to the LOV, ExecuteWithParams in the ValueChangeListener, partialTrigger on the table and buya, this should be enough. Later on you would find out that the behaviour is not the expected. 

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JDeveloper 12.c: How would look an e-Business Suite integration in ADF

After playing a little bit and getting to know the new components for this ADF – JDeveloper 12.c release, we are happy to show how easy and beautiful an application could be just by using out of the box components. We want to thank the #OracleTeam for their hard work on this. There has been a huge improvement in the technology since we first worked with JDeveloper 10g. 

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JDeveloper 12.c – Experience of the weekend.

We have been working in a POC integrating Oracle e-Business Suite in Oracle ADF. We are currently using JDeveloper 12.c due to the great new improvements. It has been amazing, the speed is really good in comparison of previous version some new components that are just beautiful out of the box. However, we had some issues while working with the IDE. We are listing them with a brief description and screenshot;

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JDeveloper and ADF Forum Second Digest. Answered Questions.

It has been a busy weekend. So here we are posting question that has been answered in the official Oracle JDeveloper and ADF Forum since our last digest.

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ADF Tutorial: How to apply bulk actions to a view object rows. Part 1

Here is a quick one. If there is a requirement that states that an action must be performed to all the result set of a view object, then you might consider the following method. In our case, we have a requirement that we need to raise the salary of all the employees within an specific department. 

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JDeveloper and ADF Forum First Digest. Questions answered.

We are considering posting every other day a digest of questions / answers that are being post in our favorite area: Oracle JDeveloper and ADF forum. Thanks to the new and beautiful interface, we will be providing screenshots that you can click to go directly to the post if its interesting for you. We understand that there are people that unfortunately don’t change the status

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ADF Tips: Some known issues / bugs so far for JDeveloper 12.c

First of all, we should congratulate the #OracleADF team for the great work and hard effort for this release. As every just released release, there are some issues we would like to digest for you:

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ADF Tips: JDeveloper 12.c – How to ignore null values in ViewCriteria

This is a short one while we find what is the real issue; when you are creating a view criteria in JDeveloper 12.c, there is an option to ‘Ignore Null Values’. Unfortunately, this option seems to be disable all time, what makes your View Criteria useless unless you specify a value for your binding variable.

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