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ADF is the strategic application development framework for Oracle, a core element in Fusion Middleware. ADF can be used to create large scale, enterprise applications. It can be used to create ...

ADF is the strategic application development framework for Oracle, a core element in Fusion Middleware. ADF can be used to create large scale, enterprise applications. It can be used to create entirely license free applications. It can be used to create cloud applications and also applications that can be used from all kinds of mobile devices.

This presentation shows through a large number of screenshots how a simple demo application can be created - which has a panelSplitter, panelTabbed, a table, a horizontal barchart, a pie chart and a popup with a synchronized details table.

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    Demonstrating ADF in Action through screenhots - getting (re)acquainted with Oracle’s premier application development framework - OUGF 2014 Harmony Demonstrating ADF in Action through screenhots - getting (re)acquainted with Oracle’s premier application development framework - OUGF 2014 Harmony Presentation Transcript

    • Lucas Jellema OUGF Harmony 2014 – 4-5 June 2014 – Finland ADF in action – getting (re)acquainted with Oracle’s premier application development framework
    • 2 ADF BC • Expose tables, views and custom SQL queries as Java Services • Declarative • Productive • Very similar to Forms blocks • Features – Optimistic & pessimistic locking – Transaction Management – Pooling of database session connections – Caching of queried and manipulated data – Validation of data manipulations – Enrichment of data fetched from the database – Web session (state) management – Oracle SQL comes naturally (sequence, return after DML, joins, BLOBs, PL/SQL,..) – Master/detail coordination ADF BC
    • 3 Demo • HRService from tables in HR schema – Add custom SQL with salary aggregation per department – Add business rules • Run the ADF BC Service Tester • Expose HRService as a SOAP/XML Web Service • Invoke HRWebService from Soap UI
    • 4 Create new ADF Fusion Web Application
    • 5 Define Application Name – then Finish
    • 6 Create Business Components from Tables & Views in DB
    • 7 Select Tables (& Views) in DB – set name for Entity Objects
    • 8 Derive ViewObjects from EntityObjects
    • 9 Define the Business Service Name and Finish
    • 10 Define Business Rule for Employee EntityObject
    • 11 Business Rule: Salary should not be under 1200
    • 12 Create Custom SQL based ViewObject – to fuel Charts
    • 13 Aggregating SQL query to base the ViewObject on
    • 14 Define Key attribute and Associated with HrService
    • 15 Data Model in HrService
    • 16 Run the HrService – to test the data model, queries and rule
    • 17 Department => Employees ViewLink (master-detail synch)
    • 18 Testing the Business Rule for Salary values
    • 19 Testing the custom SQL based ViewObject
    • 20 Define a Web Service on top of the business service HrService
    • 21 Define the operations to expose in the Web Service
    • 22 ADF BC Application Module exposed as Web Service
    • 23 Business Service: HRService ADF BC Depart ments Emplo yees SalaryPer Depart mentVW DepartmentsVw EmployeesVw EmployeeDepartmentEntity Objects View Objects
    • 24 Business Service: HRService Exposes an ADF Model Data Control ADF BC Departments Employees SalaryPer Depart mentVW DepartmentsVw EmployeesVw EmployeeDepartment
    • 25 Data Controls – abstract business service
    • 26 Demo objective • Screenshot of page to create • Based on Departments & Employees tables – And custom SQL query for aggregation • Show table with all departments • Show bar chart with top X departments in terms of salary sum (or avg salary) • Popup per department with table with employees – Move and resize columns – Sort and filter records
    • 27 Demo objective
    • 28 Create new Web Page (ADF Faces)
    • 29 Select new page style
    • 30 Add PanelHeader to page
    • 31 Add PanelSplitter to page
    • 32 Create a data bound table of all departments
    • 33 Add PanelTabbed
    • 34 Add SalaryPerDepartmentVw as Data Bound Chart
    • 35 Select chart type – then configure selected chart
    • 36 Add Data Bound Pie Chart
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    • 40 Demo steps • Add popup • Add button and listener to show popup • Drag panelwindow • Drag Employees table - sort, filter, resize and move columns • Show results
    • 41 Add a popup component to the page
    • 42 Add a PanelWindow inside the popup component
    • 43 Add a data bound table to the popup (with employee details)
    • 44 Add the ShowPopupBehavior: show popup on hover over department id
    • 45 Running the application with Employee details popup
    • 46 ADF BC Validation is handled in User Interface
    • 47 Some table features: Filter records on column expressions
    • 48 Some table features: Move and Resize columns
    • 49 Some table features: Hide/Show columns
    • 50 Some table features: Detach table (to full page)
    • 51 Detached table – full page view
    • 52 Prepared advanced demo • Login & Log out • Personalization: move, resize and hide columns • Skin Switcher • Language switcher • Commit – Validation/Error handling