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ADF Tutorial: How to refresh an LOV after Commit operation? Ah! Using contextual events.

This time, we are going to show an easy way to refresh an LOV that needs to be updated just when a Commit is done on the based LOV’s View Object. This use case, also will show how to accomplish the task by using a powerful ADF Feature; Contextual Events.

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ADF Tip: Cascading (dependent) LOV with mandatory (required) fields.

This post will assume that you have, at this point, implemented your Dependent LOV, using ADF Business Components the following;

  • You have View Objects and you have created  View Criterias.
  • Create some LOVs for View Objects attributes.
  • Specifying View Criteria over the View Accessors that retrieves your LOV. (implementing the dependency)
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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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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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ADF Tutorial: How to implement dependent list of values

When working with ADF Business Component, a common requirement is to implement a dependent list of values based on the current row of a View Object. 

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