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JDeveloper 12.c – ADF Tips: How to pass parameters to method in EL Expression

This is a very short post to show all ADF Developers currently working in the latest version of JDeveloper, a new feature that has been brought in this release powered by JSF 2.0. 

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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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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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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 Tutorial: How to show / hide a required attribute.

When the requirement needs the developer to implement a hide / show attribute conditionally, the task can be accomplished straightforward with an “auto-submit / partial trigger” strategy. However, when the case is

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