The autoSuggestBehaviour is a very cool demonstration of AJAXy features. It’s a useful visual hint for the user and allows the user to quickly select a valid value for an input component. However, there is often a requirement to control the triggering of the autoSuggestBehaviour. For e.g. based on a minimum no. of characters typed […]
I am building an enterprise portal on Oracle WebCenter for a client. The client requires quite a few custom portlets that enable their business functions. The plan is to build these custom applications using Oracle ADF as individual task flows that may later be consumed either by WebCenter Spaces or by a custom WebCenter application. […]
How do you enable the user to enter both date and time in an inputDate component? How do you allow the user to choose the date and the time in the calendar pop-up?
In Jdeveloper 11, have you noticed the option “ADF Library JAR File” in the Gallery under Deployment Profiles? The description makes it sound like an interesting option. You would be able to distribute Task Flows as a reusable library. Such a thing would prove useful where you have many different applications being built and these […]
ADF Task Flows is a new feature that will ship with ADF 11g. In simple terms, it is a tool to encapsulate page flow/navigation. It is much more than that in reality. A set of screens grouped into a Task Flow can be reused from wherever the application requires the same business function. A task […]
ADF RC supports drag and drop features. I decided to try this feature on a shopping cart screen that I was working on. Well, actually it is the Store Front shopping cart demo screen that I am replicating on my own.The screen contains table of items available on sale – including an image of the […]
I guess the table component is the most ubiquitous of all web components. Every application would have some need or the other for a table of data. It was quite natural therefore that I decided to play with the “rich” table in ADF RC. Perhaps you have already read about the cool features that comes […]
Oracle’s technical preview of JDeveloper 11g has been out for sometime now. Having been using ADF, the first thing to do was to check out the new ADF Rich Client (RC) components. They are almost the same uber-cool Faces components but now with the “rich” experience. Ofcourse, you can choose to stick to the Trinidad […]